Watch the duo Lamborghini Miura and Countach more than 85 billion


With Ferrari, it is Classiche, and with Lamborghini, they call this division the Polo Storico. Founded in 2015, Lamborghini’s Polo Storico division is responsible for preserving the company’s past heritage. This department will restore and certify all units Classic Lamborghini supercar production until 2001.In addition, this division also has the task of restoring and reproducing spare parts of classic Lamborghini with more than 200 new parts every year, serving the longevity of the “icons” in the past. “Super cow”.After the restoration process is completed, the Lamborghini will return to their original values, typically the duo. Lamborghini Miura and Countach this. Through an auction that took place not too long ago, the 1971 Lamborghini Miura SV frame # 4840 and the 1977 Lamborghini Countach LP 400, frame # 1120262 have raked in more than $ 3 million. In addition, some other special Lamborghini models also help earn $ 1 million more.About the Lamborghini Miura SV, this is one of 150 produced. After being sold to the first owner, it has been “modified” to resemble the rarer version of Jota before being recently restored by Polo Storico. Through the auction, this Miura SV earned 2.4 million euros (about 67 billion dong). This is still not the most expensive Miura SV when there was a Miura SV Speciale sold for up to 3.71 million euros (about 103 billion VND).Lamborghini Miura is the third model of Lamborghini after 350 GT and 400 GT. In the SV variant, Miura owns a 3.9-liter naturally aspirated V12 engine, placed horizontally right behind the cockpit, producing a maximum capacity of 380 hp and 300 Nm of torque. The power of the car is transmitted to the active axle via a 5-speed manual transmission.The Lamborghini Countach is a bit more special when it has been owned by male singer Rod Stewart for 23 years. This car was also one of the Countach LP 400 “Periscopica”, the first Lamborghini Countach with a unique rearview mirror.Called the Countach “Periscopica” (Periscope – periscope), this is actually not a special Lamborghini version of the Countach LP 400. In fact, these Countachs were the first to be marketed from 1974 to 1976 before being upgraded to an engine and removed the unique glass to become the LP 400 S in 1977.The fate of this Countach is quite special. Bought by Rod Stewart in 1977 and the car was used by him while filming the album “Blondes Have More Fun” in Australia. He then transferred it to Los Angeles and began customizing it with Gotti wheels and small spoiler. After that, the car continues to be fitted with the same wide body package as the LP 400 S version and the Campagnolo Teledial wheel set. The car continued to be shipped to England and here, it got the most out of when Stewart saw the roof open to turn his Countach into a convertible.In the Countach LP 400, Lamborghini for the first time brought in a car the engine placed between and along the car. This V12 engine block has a capacity of 3.9 liters, produces a maximum capacity of 370 horsepower, and comes with a 5-speed manual transmission. In the alternative LP400 S variant, the V12 engine block produces only 350 horsepower, but the appearance has many substitutes is what makes the car more sought after in the ’70s. After being restored to the original by Polo Storico, the original Countach found its owner for 775,000 Euros (about 21.7 billion VND).“This is a satisfying result and not surprising, as it has been seen as a clear trend,” said Paolo Gabrielli, head of the after-sales division of Automobili Lamborghini. “These iconic Lamborghini have become more interesting to the great car collectors around the world who are always looking for great originality on their models.With the restoration program of Polo Storico, together with the help of experts through advice, documents and original parts, the restoration of the car reaches the highest quality and level. , and this is appreciated by the market itself and by car collectors ”.In addition to the Lamborghini Countach LP 400 and Miura SV, the auction also saw a 1967 Lamborghini 400 GT 2 + 2, frame # 0817 grossing 477,500 Euro (13.3 billion VND). In addition, the Espada bearing frame number # 7051, born in 1968 also earned 173,000 Euros (4.84 billion Dong) while a newer Murciélago LP 640 Versace “E-Gear” brought in 149,500 euros (4.19) billions dong).Video: Story of the classic Lamborghini Miura supercar.

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