All car collectors will be delighted to hear that 1969 Lamborghini Miura P400S is set to go under the hammer at the upcoming RM Auctions in Monaco on May 10. The specimen is the one with the chassis number 4155 and the engine number 30409. Although we currently do not know the predictions of the experts, it is easy to imagine a particularly high hammer price, worthy of the charm of a car which in a few years has managed to multiply its prices.
The Miura is one of the most beautiful cars designed by human ingenuity, a timeless masterpiece that has withstood the passage of fashions. The extreme layout with the engine placed in a central position, allowed to Marcello Gandini, at the service of the young designer Bertone, to express themselves at the top, with a new game of volumes, clear and fluent, in which aggression is married sporty elegance.
Even today, Miura’s charm is alive and no one can resist the lure of hormonal this icon of design and technique. Many believe the Miura is the absolute masterpiece of Ferruccio Lamborghini. Surely it is the model that has enabled the jump to image small company from Sant’Agata Bolognese, leading to the upper levels of the industry.
A true masterpiece, destined to defeat the signs of aging.
In the most prestigious auctions, collectors from around the world are struggling for the Miura to enrich their garage with a strong piece.