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1967  Miura P400

Chassis Number 3132 is this Bianco car with Nero  interior, .

It is fitted with engine number 1340.

Other Information: Production Number 67 Build Date: 14.9.67 Dealer VECAR

1967 Lamborghini Miura P400 - converted by the factory in period to SV Specification (AUCTION)
This fine example, an early production model number 67, started life in 1967 as a P400 and delivered to Oporto, Portugal on 14th September and sold to Mr Delfim Ferreira de Brito via Lamborghini dealer Vecar.
The car was subsequently purchased by the current owner’s brother in 1968 and remained with him until 1975 where it was purchased by João Bernardino Gomes who kept the car for approximately 10 years before it was purchased by the current owner some 26 years ago.
In 1974, while with the vendors brothers ownership the car was returned to Lamborghinis Santa Agata factory to be one of the very few examples that were re built to ’SV’ specification by the factory in period.
Mechanical work undertaken by Lamborghini to turn the P400 into a ’SV’ included re building the front and rear chassis, suspension and brake systems including brake cooling ducts, bigger and ventilated disc brakes were added and rear ‘SV’ suspension arm linkage too. The engine was re built with ‘SV’ improvements and wider 9´ wheels were mounted along with a wider ‘SV’ rear body which is stamped with nº 750, originally fitted to SV 5100, the donor to the ‘SVJ’ produced at the factory for Mr Lansberg. Notably the owners inform us that they have the original documents, letters and invoices from Lamborghini confirming all works carried out in the Santa Agata factory in 1974 to ‘SV’ specification, thus confirming that this is a factory built ‘SV’ specification car.
In 2008 ‘3132’ was fully restored. Both chassis and body were lovingly restored and painted in the original Lamborghini color of ‘Nero Cangiante’ with Bertone paint code (#2-447-013) and new wheels fitted front and rear. The owner informs us no part was overlooked and a ’restoration book’ will be provided with every single aspect of how the works were completed.
A very fine example indeed, 3132 is one of only a small handful of Miuras that are regarded as a factory built ‘SV’ and as a result are held in very high esteem. Finished in black and still with its original interior finished in tan hide, this Miura is stunning from every angle and represents one of the most desirable and highly prized collector's cars of its type.
Estimate: £370,000 – £420,000

This car is going under the hammer at Coys forthcoming Auction at the Royal Horticultural Halls, London, England on the Tuesday 4th December 2012. .

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Information on this car was sourced from miura register.com.

The data on this specific vehicle was last updated 21-Nov-2012.

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