Behold: the 1968 Lamborghini Miura SVR Coupé – based on Lamborghini test driver Bob Wallace’s long since totalled Miura Jota, this modified Miura S is the only car of its kind.
In 1976, it was sold to a buyer in Japan where it acquired legendary status after inspiring the Circuit Wolf manga series.
Returned to its full glory after a 19 month restoration by Polo Storico, this – arguably the rarest of all Lamborghinis – is not currently for sale.
Before Ferruccio Lamborghini built supercars, he built tractors. Lamborghini Trattori still builds farm machinery emblazoned with the same raging bull emblem as their iconic roadster cousins.
Behold, then: the 2 cylinder 18bhp, 1960 DL20 2241R, part of the smaller scale Lamborghinetta range – Ferruccio’s personal favourite.
Yours for around €37,600.
Designed by Marcello Gandini at Bertone, this is the 1969 Lamborghini Espada Series 1 – an elongated grand tourer and the brand’s best seller until the Countach.
With a recent comprehensive service, the car is presented with its original paint, interiors and engine and can be yours with a modest 84,426km on the clock for an unspecified amount.
Behold: The Lamborghini Urus – a twin-turbo, 650-horsepower, V8 SUV from the supercar marque.
Imagine the looks you’ll get when you park in the disabled spot outside Donnybrook Fair and nip in for houmous.
A 1968 Lamborghini Espada S1 – one of the company’s only four seat grand tourers: 3.9-litre V-12 and capable of 250km/h – not bad for a half-century old car.
1,217 of these were made between1968 and 1978. They rarely come up for auction but this one can be yours for upward of €195,000.
Behold: the Lamborghini Terzo Millennio – a carbon fibre, all-electric, supercapacitor-driven, 4WD hypercar.
No pricing or performance details as yet but we’re guessing (a) lots and (b) nippy.
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