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Friday, October 4, 2013

Rod Stewart's Lambo Miura SV is Up For Grabs

His Ferrari Enzo, however, is not for sale.
It may only have cost the British rock legend $13,000 when he bought it back in 1972, but today you’ll probably need closer to $1.6 million to pick up a Lamborghini Miura SV. Those two letters at the end standing for “spinto veloce” means this is an extra-special Miura, one with a 390-hp engine, revised suspension, and new nine-inch Campagnolo wheels. It was also the world’s fastest production car when unveiled in 1971, and only 150 SVs were made.
To see more information about the car please click on the advertisment below :
Rod Stewart's Lambo Miura SV is Up For Grabs
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Rod Stewart’s model was #701 of 765 Miuras ever built, and one of seven right-hand drive versions, so this rare supercar will appeal largely to the Londoner's compatriots. After selling it on in 1985, it subsequently received a $190,000 restoration at Sant’Agata including refinishing ‘4818’ in original Giallo Fly livery, followed by a $86,000 engine rebuild. Last month it sold in auction for £919,900 (almost $1.5 million), and it’s now up for grabs again with Talacrest, whom interested parties will have to contact in order to see how much they want for it.
Rod Stewart's Lambo Miura SV is Up For Grabs
Rod Stewart's Lambo Miura SV is Up For Grabs
Rod Stewart's Lambo Miura SV is Up For Grabs
Rod Stewart's Lambo Miura SV is Up For Grabs
Rod Stewart's Lambo Miura SV is Up For Grabs