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Lamborghini Miura P400S – #4280

Umgebaut

423) Chassis-Nummer: 4280

Motoren-Nummer: 30422 (unterdessen: 30633 aus #4834)

Auslieferungsdatum: 23.10.1969

Auslieferung an: Italcar

Original-Farbe: Rosso Corsa

Interieur: pelle nera

erster Besitzer: Stefano Fabbri (Bologna)

weitere Besitzer: Japan (dort 2013 auch umgebaut auf Jota-Spezifikationen); Schweden (2016, gekauft über Cheshire Classics, später zurückgekauft vom Händler, für 949’995 Pfund wieder angeboten)

Auktion: RM Sotheby’s, Monaco 2014, verkauft für 448’000 Euro, angeboten mit folgendem Text: «This 1969 Lamborghini Miura S was completed on 23 October 1969 as production number 423, and it left the factory finished in red. Following production, the car was shipped to Mizwa Motors, the authorised Lamborghini dealership in Japan, and it was sold to its first owner, who was located in Yokohama. From there, the car remained in Japan, passing through three subsequent owners in the cities of Kobe, Chiba, and Fukuoka over the course of the next 30 years. In the 1980s, the original S-specification engine was removed and the Miura was fitted with a genuine Miura SV engine, bearing number 30633, which was the first SV engine produced. The current owner purchased the car in 1998 from the previous owner in Fukuoka, Japan, who had owned it for 10 years. The conversion to Jota specification was completed in early 2013 by two separate Italian car specialists located in Japan. Whilst the car was being converted to Jota specifications, all components were fully restored, ensuring that the Miura will function as it would when new in every respect. Had the original Jota not met its end in 1972, there is no doubt that it would be one of the most desirable automobiles in the world, as it took the most radical automobile the world had ever seen and raised the bar of performance one step higher. The Jota, in its pursuit of greater performance, combined the best aspects of the original Miura design with more aggressive cosmetic and mechanical enhancements, to make the most intense Miura that ever left Sant’Agata. This converted Jota-specification Miura provides an excellent chance for a lucky enthusiast to relive the experience that the original Jota provided—an experience that is no longer available in its original form. For the enthusiast looking to have a Miura that stands out from the rest, look no further.»; Ashtree Collection, Shrewsbury 2020, Schätzpreis 1’100’000 Pfund, wahrscheinlich nicht verkauft

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