231) Chassis-Nummer: 3646
Auslieferung an: Autoelite
Original-Farbe: Verde Miura
Interieur: skay nero
erster Besitzer: –
weitere Besitzer: soll 1989 von einem italienischen Sammler in den USA gekauft worden sein (als Wrack); wurde in Italien restauriert
Auktionen: Artcurial, Paris 2017, Schätzpreis 800’000 bis 1’000’000 Euro, verkauft für 888’040 Euro, mit folgendem Text: «This Miura is a second series P400. It was delivered new to Auto Elite dealership in Italy in July 1968, presented in Miura green with black leatherette interior. The current Italian owner bought the car in the United States in 1989. As it had been damaged and required a full restoration, it was brought back to Italy for the work to be overseen. In 1991 the shell was sent to Mabert to be inspected and restored. The engine and gearbox found their way to the Ferrari and Lamborghini specialist workshop, Vizziolli. Finally, the body was finished and repainted by the renowned specialist Auto Sport Bacchelli e Villa. Since 2002, the owner has used the car regularly for trips to Tuscany. He has also taken part in various historic rallies, such as the Coppa d’Oro delle Dolomiti, where the region’s winding roads would have allowed the car to flaunt its powerful engine and excellent road-handling. Regularly maintained by the mechanic employed by the owner, who also owns a Miura S, this car is ready to drive and is presented in superb condition. Being a P400, the eye-catching “ lashes “ around the headlights that add to the character of this model, are present, matching the louvers that take the place of the rear windscreen, and on the air intake on the rear pillar. The red coachwork is impeccable, the same as the black leather interior.»
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