For car enthusiasts, barn finds are like discovering a complete fossil of a beast that once roamed the earth triumphantly. This 1969 Lamborghini Miura P400 S by Bertone is another rare road-wrecker that’s been collecting dust in a barn, and it could be yours to restore.
The Miura you see here was once owned by racing driver Hans-Peter Weber, who kept it in its original condition until he passed away in 2015. Upon further inspection, the front turn signals and seatbelts aren’t original, but the rest of the ride is authentic. The 365 horsepower Miura P400 S only has 10,000 miles on the odometer, so it has a lot of adventurers ahead of it. There are only 338 examples of the S variant made from 1968 to 1971, making this unrestored ride quite rare. It’s heading to the auction block in London on October 24 just in time to celebrate its 50th anniversary. So, if you’re looking to own this impressive vehicle, plan accordingly.
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