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Miura, the original supercar

Discussion in 'Lamborghini Supercars' started by joe sackey, Dec 5, 2006.

  1. ... doesn't he make kind of a bored impression on this foto from his elder factory (<1963) ?
     
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  7. You are correct.
     
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  8. So let's talk chrome!

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    The question of questions:


    was chrome strictly only used on series 2 models, the Miura S?

    I could imagine that the first models intentionally did without - chrome had been standard for nearly any kind of car ever since…

     
  9. Chrome was used on the Shah of Iran's thin chassis Miura P400 #3303.
     
  10. That is Alberto Silvera, not the Shah, with Ferruccio Lamborghini, and Miura SVJ #4990.
     
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  12. #20099 joe sackey, Aug 19, 2022
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    It's going to the right place, meanwhile thank you for supporting P400S values, our restored car in original Arancio is worth $2m plus I think.
     
  13. I can confirm that the red Miura S rego number 6853 VQ 35 is Chassis Number 4434, Engine Number 30462. I had the privilege of seeing Michel Hommel's collection in France in 2009. It was a sight for sore eyes with most production Lamborghinis up to the Diablo on display, and that was just the Lambos. The rest of the collection was enormous. A couple of giggly French girls on the reception desk allowed me to go behind the barriers and collection the chassis numbers of all the Lambos. It was a good day! :)
     
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