Record Lamborghini in Paris: 2.4 million euros for the 1971 Miura

March 4, 2021 – 12:21 pm

Ferrari, Lamborghini and Alfa Romeo: the Italians in the top ten of the French RM Sotherby’s event

of Savina Confaloni

RM Sotheby’s Parisian “online” auction totaled 9,407,600 euros in total sales in a single day, with offers from over 32 countries. The absolute queen of the event was the 1971 Lamborghini Miura P400 SV, restored and certified by the Polo Storico Lamborghini, which reached the record figure of 2,423,750 euros, the second ever value for a Miura SV, after the one sold by Gooding & Co. in London last September. “a result that does not surprise us – explains Paolo Gabrielli of Automobili Lamborghini, on which the Polo Storico depends – historic Lamborghinis are increasingly of interest to the main collectors of the world, who seek and expect the best in their cars. respect for originality “. The Miura SV auctioned one of the 150 cars produced, first transformed into the “Jota type” and later restored to its original set-up.

Lamborghini Miura P400 SV from 1971

March 4, 2021 | 12:21


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