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1967 Lamborghini Marzal at Villa d’Este

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Some people can’t take a coincidence at face value. Lamborghini has a history of building amazing cars. With many amazing concepts under their belt, it is probably a hard choice to pick one for display. That is why the 1967 Lamborghini Marzal at the Villa d’Este is making waves again.

A stunning view of the future was based on a stretched Miura chassis. It is powered by a 2.0L straight six, that happens to be the rear bank of the Lamborghini V12. Seating for 4 adults is easily seen through the acrylic doors, and it has enough cigarette lighters to keep everybody lit!

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This footage was shot by NM2255, and he pays great attention to the details. Check out the honeycomb pattern in the center of the dash, definitely a precursor to their modern designs. This car has been shown a few times in recent years, so many have hypothesized that it could be a premonition of something new. Tell us what a modern Marzal would be like, and stay with us for all your Lamborghini news.

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