In Curated’s showroom rests one of Lamborghini’s finest models: a 1972 Miura SV, production #751. Donning a red and gold exterior, this car is one of the last 10 Miuras every produced and is one of the 150 factory-built Super Veloce models.
The Miura model itself is regarded as one of the very first supercars in the world, making it an automotive legend in the history books. From its engine to its body, the Miura is pure Italian style and power. In fact, Frank Sinatra flew to the factory in Sant’ Agata to order his in person.
This exact example has 25,000 miles on its odometer, and within those miles is a story that hasn’t been told, until now. In a new video from Curated, John Temerian tells the story of this original Miura SV. Joining him in the storytelling are Lamborghini legends Joe Nastasi and Jim Kaminski. To say it’s interesting to learn from the legends themselves is an understatement.
You can learn about the car for yourself by clicking play on the video below.