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Country of origin:Italy
Produced from:1971 - 1973
Numbers built:150
Introduced at:1971 Geneva Motor Show
Designed by:Giugiaro and Gandini for Bertone
Predecessor:Lamborghini Miura P400 S
Author:Wouter Melissen
Last updated:June 06, 2016
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Chassis 3673 Completed in November of 1972, this Miura SV was built to the order of a South African enthusiast. As it is fitted with a chassis number from a 1968 Miura S, it was long believed that this car was uprated to SV specifications rather than being originally built that way. Duri>>>

Chassis 4846 One of the Miura SV pre-production models, chassis 4846 was shown on the Bertone stand of the Geneva Motor Show in March of 1971. Effectively a modified Miura S, its specification was slightly different from the production Miura SV. Finished in a striking metallic green with>>>

Chassis 4878 This Miura SV was commissioned by French industrialist Jacques Dembiermont, who was one of the first customers for the original Miura in 1966. As an important client, he could order the Miura SV with some custom features. These included a Jota-inspired engine with dry-sump l>>>

Chassis 4884 Chassis 4884 was the first of just Miura SVs earmarked for the American market. It was originally invoiced to Lamborghini agent Bob Estes but before the car was completed, it was sold to Alberto Pedretti instead. In addition to being a newly minted Lamborghini distributor h>>>

Chassis 4904 Ordered new by a friend of Ferrucio Lamborghini, this was one of just ten Miura SVs fitted as standard with a limited slip differential. It was delivered new on August 8th, 1971 and used for a decade before it was put into storage in 1981. It remained hidden until the curren>>>

Chassis 4912 Completed in the fall of 1971, this is the only Miura SV finished in the striking Bleu Medio and one of the first eleven still fitted with a single-sump for the engine and gearbox oil. It was delivered new to the United States and in 1977 it was in the ownership of a >>>

Chassis 4920 Delivered new to an enthusiast in Padova, Italy, this Miura SV was one of only two though to have been fitted with chrome trim. It was also equipped with air-conditioning; another rare option. Chassis 4920 remained in Italy for many years, until it was finally sold to the Un>>>

Chassis 4926 Finished in Giallo Sole with a black leather interior, this Miura SV was fitted with the desirable split-sump lubrication system. It is believed to have been sold new through Rome-based dealer Carpanelli to an Italian living in Louisiana. The car passed through severa>>>

Chassis 4974 Painted 'Miura Green' with a black leather interior, this SV was completed late in 1971. It was sold new to a Mr Stel from Udine. Through legendary Lamborghini engineer Claudio Zampolli, it was then sold to Southern Californian collector Dennis Christianssen. In 1977, it was>>>

Chassis 4976 Originally painted in Argento Indianapolis Metallizzato (silver metallic) with gold metallic sill panels and wheels, this Miura was built to the ultimate SV specification with a split sumps for the engine and gearbox. It was one of just 13 examples built to this speci>>>

Chassis 5110 The very last Miura built, this example was a present from Italian industrialist Luigi Innocenti for his son Gianfranco. As per his order, a more powerful version of the V12 engine was fitted and the air-conditioning removed. The car was also the first ever tested by the now>>>

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