During the latest national gathering of the Lamborghini club in Monterey, California, the United States, a special side event was organized, a worldwide reunion of Lamborghini Miura's. This event was created to celebrate the fact that the Miura existed 35 years in 2000.
They even tried to have an exact copy of the legendary Miura Jota on display, currently being built from factory specifications in the United Kingdom, but unfortunately the car wasn't finished in time.
Another famous car was present, the Miura SVJ owned by Nicholas Cage, who bought it for nearly $500,000 at an action in 2000. But several other interesting Miura's were also displayed, some very nice looking SV's like to ones on this page, but naturally the entire range of Miura's was present, from the early P400 and the Miura S right up to the final evolution, the SV.
One special Miura wasn't presented, the unique Miura Roadster, a one of a kind real Roadster built by Bertone over 30 years ago.
Celebrating 50 years of Lamborghini with the Aventador Roadster, Super Trofeo, the rare one-off 1968 Miura concept, and Valentino Balboni
(added on April 15. 2013)
A gift from Aristotle Onassis to famous Greek rally-driving singer Stamatis Kokotas in the early Seventies, this Miura now needs some work to shine again
(added on December 8. 2012)
The Lamborghini Miura Roadster is probably the most valuable Raging Bull available on the market.
(added on February 5. 2007)
The 1968 Lamborghini Miura P400 S nr 94 driven by Martin Volke/Florian Klackl finished first overall
(added on July 14. 2005)
A beautiful film showing the reunion of the stunning black Miura SV with Jota updated with the original owner, comments by Valentino Balboni
(added on September 6. 2013)
August 21. 2000
Text © Mark Smeyers
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