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Restored and Rare Lamborghini Miura
It’s Monterey Car Week, and you know what that means. Classics being sold at auction for insane prices that we can’t exactly argue with. The auction-block car featured today is a Lamborghini Miura. This rare ride is one of only 762 Miuras ever made between 1966 and 1973. It came on the scene two years after Lambo’s first model, the beautiful 350 GT. The car was an instant hit, with a mounted V-12 mill and a race-ready frame.
The restored example featured today is being auctioned in Monterey mid-August, and is expected to go for a pretty penny. It makes 360-hp and gets to 170 mph. It’s estimated to sell for as much as $2.25 million. Check it out, right here.
Source: Robb Report