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Lamborghini Polo Storico is taking part to Salon Rétromobile in Paris from 7 to 11 February with a prize-winning Miura and a right-hand drive Countach currently undergoing renovation.
The 1967 Lamborghini Miura P400, chassis #3264, represents a comprehensive ten-month restoration project. The Miura’s body in original Verde Scandal has been brought back to its original lines, along with restoration of interior and exterior details. The car won the first prize in the ‘Miura P400’ class at the first Lamborghini & Design, Concorso d'Eleganza held in Neuchâtel, Switzerland, in September last year.
The 1976 Lamborghini Countach LP400, chassis #1120204, is part-way through its complete restoration and every part of the vehicle has been disassembled for stripping, parts replacement, refurbishing, and an overhaul of the mechanics and engine. The car is now being repainted in its original yellow color and refurbished with Tabacco interiors.
The Miura and the Countach at Salon Rétromobile are just two of the latest cars currently under restoration by Lamborghini Polo Storico, alongside models including LM002, Espada, Jarama, Islero and Diablo.
The heritage department of Automobili Lamborghini also displays examples of newly-manufactured V12 4.0 liter engine heads.