1967 Lamborghini Miura P400

If any car ever epitomized the term “art on wheels,” it’s this one. The Lamborghini Miura. Impossibly beautiful, this was the car that created a whole new segment of sports car which came to be known as the supercar. White is an uncommon color for this mid-engined V12 exotic, but it strikes a very modern pose. It’s hard to believe this car was conceived over 50 years ago, as they look as fresh as yesterday’s news. This 1967 P400 is for sale in Germany, one of 764 built between 1966 and 1972.

Year: 1967
Model: Miura P400
Engine: 3.9 liter V12
Transmission: 5-speed manual
Mileage: 200 mi
Price: $1,100,000 Buy It Now

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1967 Lamborghini Miura P400.

Exterior: White

Interior: Black leather

Just completed a full restoration at the Lamborghini factory in Italy. Car is in Germany. Car is sold FOB Germany. All original paint. Paint in perfect condition. All original interior, leather in perfect condition. All books and records. This car was always immaculately cared for and stored in a climate controlled garage. Will assist to arrange inspection of this very special classic Lamborghini. Import/export via air freight/ocean freight. Arranging customs documentation for import to USA. Enclosed transportation within main USA. For more information, viewing of the car or any other questions/delivery options, contact Heinz Meis via email or call 310-457-1709.

The seller’s description raises some question, namely, has this car been restored? If so, what has been done? Original paint and interior does not typically describe a “restored” vehicle. At $1,100,000, this is quite a high price for a Miura, as the very best are selling in the $600,000 to $700,000 range. In May, a 1967 P400 sold for 425,600 (~ $567,700 USD). At this price, I'd suspect this revolutionary automobile will be for sale for quite some time.

-Paul

Posted under: Lamborghini
Dated: Aug 28 2013

2 Comments

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  2. David says:

    re-listed 3 times, no bids at all with starting bid of $999k for each auction.