The Lamborghini Miura in question was stored for a number of years in Germany’s Black Forest.
With the original widely acknowledged as one of the finest shapes in automotive history, an homage to the Miura would surely find lots of takers.
The Jota SVR started out life as a regular 1968 Miura S and its owners went to great lengths to get his wish fulfilled .
This particular P400 is hugely desirable, as it is one of just 124 featuring a thinner-gauge chassis.
Three of these five very special Miuras have been restored by Lamborghini Polo Storico.
This highly original Miura spent the last four years in a barn at Germany’s Black Forest.
Restored by Polo Storico, it can be seen at the 2019 Concorso d’Eleganza Villa d’Este.