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I can easily top this, had to set back since that was a wineyard gravel road.
Ok, updated the Picture post, then only two Miuras are still not identified, the two resto Projects shown (one at Simon, one Polo Storico)
Here they are listed:...
Well, it's a typical Design-/Prototype, don't expect to see them ever on the road, the only exception I know is the Bravo.
Let's phrase it that way, a good car sells better privately, in auctions you can never check a car that thouroughly than on privat treaty.
Do you know the VIN?
and finally this one at Girardo, #4680
a further french registred P400, VIN unknown, perhaps #3574
French Orange P400 at eleven cars, #80, #3171
At Auxietre & Schmidt, #3420
Gooding had #4878 at their stand
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At FA-Automobile was #3462 and a resto Project at the wall with the Miura-Register.
Axel Schuette had this SV with early eye browes, #4850
Osenat will auction the swiss delivered, long term french owned #4332 in their next auction
Back from Paris, unbelievable, I counted in Hall 1 a full dozen! of Miuras, the two at Polo Strorico included.
#4946 at Hamann Classics
Another one, with my Ignition setup. Know this car since 2005, it's interesting that it has the swiss emission tubes but french lights- yellow....
That's the dfinite beginning of the end, Nothing on our roads is more ridicolous than these SUV's
I guess this is #1402, swiss side indicator setup delivered dec. 1981 to laborghini SA of Leimer in Rosso/rosso.
I'll be there but definitely not for bidding...
Thanks Joe, somehow I saw this VIN recently popping up quite often.
As expected not a swiss car but my favorite Color from the factory range...