Just two years after being launched, a Roadster version of Ferruccio Lamborghini’s masterpiece, the Miura, appeared at the 1968 Brussels Motor Show. Presented in a bright metallic blue, an absolute first for the time, with white leather seats and interior and a completely visible transversely-mounted V12 mid-engine to show off the underlying mechanics of the cars of Sant’Agata, it was one of the stars of the show and the public clamored to purchase it but, once again, Ferruccio Lamborghini refused to produce open-top models and this jewel, now jealously guarded by the Swiss collector, Albert Spiess, remains a unique example… read more >
The impossible jewel: Lamborghini Miura P400 Roadster
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