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Lamborghini unveils one of the most beautiful examples of a Miura you've ever seen

Forget the Centenario, this is what we want in the driveway.
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Last year Lamborghini announced that they would relaunch PoloStorico, the company's restoration division and for their first project they've definitely set the bar pretty damn high. They took on a Miura SV (Super Veloce) and restored it to perfection, hell, perfection doesn't even begin to describe just how immaculate it is. 

Unveiled alongside the Countach in 1971, this Miura SV (chassis #4846) was a one-off prototype and was kept as original as possible with every little detail staying true to the original Geneva Motor Show car. 

The exterior of the car is painted in the original Verde Metallizata with a luxurious tan interior. PoloStorico studied various photos and archival information to get every line and angle just right. A full restrip of the chassis and engine was also done as well a full refurbishing of the interior. If you happen to be at Amelia Island this weekend, be sure to hit the Lamborghini display to see it in all its glory.

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