1968 Lamborghini Miura Jota Svr. So in 1975 he convinced hubert hahne to have the factory rebuild his miura into the impressive miura svr we. Back in 1968 a green lamborghini miura chassis number 3781 left the factory doors with engine 2511 heading to germany, to heinz e.
Painted in a coat of red paint, this. 1968 lamborghini miura jota svr automotive engineer and mechanic bob wallace was lamborghini’s factory test driver during the reign of the beautiful miura. Steber who enjoyed the car for several years until he got inspired by the track prepared miura jota.
1968 Lamborghini Miura Jota Svr Automotive Engineer And Mechanic Bob Wallace Was Lamborghini’s Factory Test Driver During The Reign Of The Beautiful Miura.
In fact, if you own a kyosho scale model of the miura jota svr, it was most likely modelled after this very car. Painted in a coat of red paint, this. Born was the miura jota svr.
It Would Take Until April 1976 To Finish This Miura Svr With A Widened Bodywork To Fit.
The race ready car had a weight of only 800 kilograms and a version of the miura v12 pumping out 60 hp more than any other at 440 hp. Originally built in 1968, chassis number 3781 began life as a miura s. The ninth owner had the car sent back to the factory in 1974 to be converted into its current svr configuration, which was then sold to a buyer in.
So Back To The 1968 Miura S Chassis #3781 (Engine #2511, Body #383), Heinz E.
As every old textbook story goes, he pleaded lamborghini to let him build a racing miura, the italian car manufacturer wouldn’t let him (being against any form of. Then ending for the jota was a sad one, with a mechanic crashing the car whilst trying to impress his girlfriend. Back in 1968 a green lamborghini miura chassis number 3781 left the factory doors with engine 2511 heading to germany, to heinz e.
Steber Who Enjoyed The Car For Several Years Until He Got Inspired By The Track Prepared Miura Jota.
Story has it that bob pleaded lamborghini to build a race going version of the miura, a request that was turned down by the italian manufacturer who was against any form of motorsport at. So in 1975 he convinced hubert hahne to have the factory rebuild his miura into the impressive miura svr we. The car was totalled and consumed by fire, destroying the only.
Miura “Jota” Models Are Difficult To Quantify, As After The Only Prototype Was.
The 1968 lamborghini miura jota svr stands out here not only because of its rarity but because it’s being offered after being in japan for 40 years. This rare 1968 lamborghini miura jota svr, a tribute to the legendary miura jota, is for sale in japan.