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Lamborghini Miura P400SV – #4920

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Mehrfach restauriert – und teuer

651) Chassis-Nummer: 4920

Motoren-Nummer: 30655

Auslieferungsdatum: 20.07.1971

Auslieferung an: Zani

Original-Farbe: Rosso Corsa

Interieur: pelle nera

erster Besitzer: Bruno Mangoni (Anghiari, bezahlte 8’650’000 Lire, Kennzeichen AR119558)

weitere Besitzer: Gianfranco Scarpin (1972, San Giorgio delle Pertiche, bezahlte 8’000’000 Lire, Kennzeichen PD328552); Claudio Zampoli (späte 70er Jahre, USA, Kennzeichen SVBULL, Restauration); Louis Puccio (1995, Anaheim, Kennzeichen 3SZX490); Alex Albarian (2005, Glendale, Restauration)

Auktion: Gooding & Co., Pebble Beach 2016, verkauft für 2’255’000 Dollar; RM Sotheby’s, Monterey 2018, verkauft für 2’175’000 Dollar, angeboten mit folgendem Text: «With 1971 being the model’s first production year, about 70 cars were built that year. Importantly, this car was fitted with one of the most desirable and expensive options for the Miura, Borletti air conditioning. Priced at $555, it is believed that just 30 cars were fitted with that option, and only 11 single-sump Miura SVs. Chassis no. 4920 was finished in the Miura SV’s most popular color, Rosso Corsa (one of 46 cars finished as such), trimmed in black leather upholstery, and fitted with engine 30655, which it is still fitted with today. It is thought that sometime thereafter the car was fitted with a handful of unique features such as the chrome bumpers, an external fuel filler cap, as well as custom vertical slats in the front clamshell. One of only 49 Miura SVs to remain in its home country, in August of 1971, chassis no. 4920 was invoiced to an unnamed first owner. Six or seven years after being sold new, it was acquired by Claudio Zampolli. No stranger to the brand, Zampolli worked at Lamborghini from 1966 to 1975 alongside Bob Wallace in testing and developing the S and SV models of the Miura. Specifically, Zampolli worked with the Miura’s chassis designer, Gian Paolo Dallara, on revising the rear suspension for the SV and was also responsible for overseeing production and road testing of the Miura SV prior to delivery. Zampolli decided to keep the Miura SV at his home in Southern California, registering it with California vanity plates “SV BULL.” Starting out on his own in the 1980s, Zampolli established Cizeta Automobili, a company based in Modena that sought to produce a boutique supercar. At some point, Zampolli sent his Miura back to Italy where it was restored in the Cizeta factory, before being returned to its adopted home of California. There it remained and in 1995, it was purchased by Louis Puccio of Anaheim. In Puccio’s ownership, the Miura was exhibited at a number of concours events, including The Quail: A Motorsports Gathering, in 2006. At subsequent concours awards include 1st in class at both the 2006 Palos Verdes Concours d’Elegance and the 2009 Los Angeles Concours d’Elegance, as well as a 3rd in class at the Palos Verdes Concours in 2009. The car was sold by him in 2005 to Dr. Alex Albarian of Glendale, California. At this point, Dr. Albarian commissioned his own restoration of the Miura, removing the car’s external fuel filler and special slats, replacing them with standard and factory-correct components. However, these features were kept and are offered with the car should its new owner decide to refit them to the Miura. With Albarian, the car was Best in Class once more, at Palos Verdes. Purchased by its current owners shortly after the completion of the restoration, the car has remained well kept and preserved in their collection of sports and racing cars, accumulating only a handful of miles in their ownership. With a unique story and interesting place in the hierarchy of the Miura itself, chassis no. 4920 presents a myriad of interesting opportunities for its next owner as either a show-ready example or a perfectly presented weekend driver.»

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