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Those dual Ansa exhausts look right at home on this burgundy red Lamborghini Urraco P250
The thin chrome bumpers look really nice on the Lamborghini Urraco P250
Verde Miura an a fully restored Lamborghini Urraco P250 S, note the polished wheels.
This green Urraco just came out of a full restoration days before this shot was taken
A fully restored Lamborghini Urraco P250 finished in bright green rolling on polished wheels
The Urraco P250 has a hood with two fins at the front, also note the high gloss polished wheels
I for one really like this shade on the classic Lamborghini Urraco P250, I think it is called Miura Verde
The engine on this Urraco P250 looks very nice and tidy, note the transparent air filter covers
Beautiful black leather inside the green Urraco, note the color coded piping
Black leather seats with green piping inside a bright green Urraco P250
Even the spare wheel up front in this green Urraco has been polished into a high gloss finish.
The crest that makes it all worth while, the Raging Bull logo on the green Lamborghini Urraco P250
Not a single flaw could be found on this pristine Lamborghini Urraco P250
The stylish B and Bertone script on the side of the Lamborghini Urraco P250
This V8 engine inside the Urraco P250 is in perfect condition, looks brand new to be honest
This grey Urraco S already had the black bumpers instead of the thin chrome units used earlier.
A very nice Lamborghini Urraco P250 S model, note the black bumpers on this Belgian registered Bull
White leather inside this grey Lamborghini Urraco P250
The two slats up front on the Lamborghini Urraco P250, note the mesh to avoid foreign material to enter
Back when the Urraco was in production those fins on the rear window were used by many cars, including the Miura
You have to admit the side profile on the Urraco still looks good after nearly 40 years
Classic Seventies styling on the Lamborghini Urraco P250, note the thin chrome bumpers on this one
The engine in the Urraco is mounted in a mid position, but still there are air outlets up front
Take a look at the color coded wheels on this dark blue Lamborghini Urraco P250
The typical slats on the side of the Lamborghini Urraco, these pull air into the engine compartment
Perhaps not as low riding as current Lamborghini, but for a car from the Seventies the Urraco really looks great
The S on this Urraco P250 looks a bit strange, it should be mounted in a different angle
Black looks good on any Lamborghini, this early Urraco P250 Nero is just a beauty
A nice black Urraco P250 on silver wheels, a match made in heaven ... V8 heaven that is.
The dashboard inside the Lamborghini Urraco might look strange, but it is practical in the end.

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