Since the Lamborghini Miura is considered the world's first supercar, it is highly valued by car-hunters. A vintage vehicle with a powerful 370 hp V12 engine is worth at least $1 million.
The famous 1969 Lamborghini Miura supercar has recently been found in the French countryside. The rare vintage car had been parked in a garage for the past two decades.
However, that Lamborghini Miura was not abandoned. On the contrary, it has been well taken care of since it was bought in 1975. Unfortunately, its owner can't drive it now because of his poor health and age.
The car is excellent condition. It still has low mileage, its original paint is intact, and it requires no repairs.
Now the elderly man plans to sell his Lamborghini for at least $1 million.
The history and characteristics of the Lamborghini Miura supercar
Today a coupe Lamborghini Miura is extremely valued by car-hunters, because this model gave rise to the whole class of supercars. It had also brought worldwide fame to the young Italian company Lamborghini that eventually was able to surpass Ferrari. The Lamborghini Miura was popular among celebrities, for instance, Frank Sinatra and the Shah of Iran were fans of it. Only 764 Miura cars were produced between 1966 and 1971.
This particular car belongs to the P400 S modification, which was produced in 338 units. The model is equipped with a 370 hp V12. It accelerates to 62 mph in 5.5 seconds and its top speed is 175 mph.
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