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As Jeff said, well-said, I regard sharing these cars with the uninitiated as something that comes with ownership.
As for negative people who can...
I believe this detailed scale illustration with precise dimensions is for the coach-builder
Early Bertone SpA scale illustration
I can't confirm this but apparently he was involved with the Miura Roadster project, note the subtle detail differences in this illustration...
Miura illustration with final dimensions
The Miura badge by Piero Stroppa
I realize this has been posted here before and I'd completely forgotten about it, but here is the original illustration of the Miura wheel design...
One more of this Black Beauty
Lines - I think these images convey that the wing on a Countach can be said to be redundant
Those Pirelli Cinturato P7s though
The enigmatic GLA12888 as restored by http://www.duganenterprises.co/ and shot by Ted 7
Well Bravo Piero! So it was a Bertone SpA team effort, nice.
The Miura chassis appeared on the 1965 Turin Salon stand shod with Borrani wheels before Gandini was tasked with designing it's bodywork.
I believe he was responsible for all the final touches of the Miura's design including the wheels, this illustration was presented at the Turn...
Another image of our Mimran Downdraft parked up on Ocean Avenue, Carmel during last years Pebble Beach weekend, I have not seen two images of...
F40 87219 (which I used to own) and Downdraft FLA12831 now as stablemates, funny how it all works out
Here's the lucky man himself with his Downdraft as tested by NZ's Classic Driver magazine.
Phil Robinson owns HLA12089 said to be the Alpine Countach for New Zealand.
HLA12089's history as explained to me by Phil:
"I am the 3rd owner,...
That is one awesome story!
Another factory Press Car driven to it's performance limits, EE.202.AK, this one by F1 driver Pierluigi Martini