Along with two impeccable record-breaking examples, John Temerian also showcases an extremely special Lamborghini Murciélago.
There are supercars and hypercars throughout history that are most well-known as milestone examples, establishing success for manufacturers in the form of design, technology, and performance. The passionate team at CURATED of Miami specializes in sourcing, buying, and pairing the world's greatest automobiles with the world's greatest collections. As its extensive inventory is constantly in rotation, owner John Temerian is excited to present some incredible vintage supercars on the newest release to the CuratedTV YouTube channel. From two world speed record specs to a one-of-one Lamborghini, this week’s inventory highlight is sure to leave collectors running to the showroom.
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The first immaculate example is a Bugatti EB110 Super Sport Prototype, of which only a handful was made to test before releasing it to the public. Developed and engineered for the U.S. market, this configuration would be the predecessor of those advertised in duPont REGISTRY as eager first-time Bugatti clientele first laid their eyes on the early 90s hypercar. What makes this EB110 Super Sport Prototype even more special is the Bugatti world speed record engine in it. Sharing the space for speed record examples is a Ferrari 550 Maranello WSR (World Speed Record Edition), which is 1 of 33 made to commemorate Ferrari achieving several speed records in Ohio in 1998. Last, but certainly, not least is a 2002 Lamborghini Murciélago that John refers to as “one of the coolest Murciélago manual transmission cars I’ve ever seen”. With a one-of-one Monterey Blue finish that features a 6-speed manual transmission and only 793 miles, this serves as an example of what a perfect, early-generation Murcielago looks like. Check out all of CURATED’s current inventory on duPont REGISTRY by clicking on the link below.View All CURATED Inventory