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1972 Lamborghini Miura P400 SV

It isn't just the finest restored example of the world's first supercar. This 1972 Lamborghini Miura P400 SV is the finest example of the best version of the Miura. The "SV" stands for "Spinto Veloce", the final, most refined version released, with a suspension tweaked to improve handling, wider rear bodywork, larger carburetors, and revised cam timing for its signature 385hp, mid-mounted alloy V-12 engine that made it more enjoyable to drive at low RPMs. Its restoration was handled by Miura specialists in Modena, many of whom are former Lamborghini workers themselves, and heavily documented. Presented in its original Giallo Miura livery with black leather interior.

  • 1953 Ferrari 212 Inter Coupe

    There were 82 examples of the 212 Inter built in total. But this particular 1953 Ferrari 212 Inter Coupe is one of only six — not to mention the first — to feature a body by Vignale. The body was styled by designer Giovanni Michelotti, who included flourishes like high front bumperettes, low roofline, and rear tail fins. This model once had its 172hp, 2,563 cc V-12 removed, only to be reunited with it after a full restoration that also brought the green, period-correct Arbo Tan hides back to the interior and coated the outside in its original two-tone black and green color scheme.

  • 1953 Ferrari 250 Europa

    The partnership between Enzo Ferrari and famed designer Carrozzeria Vignale may have been brief, but cars like this 1953 Ferrari 250 Europa show that the relationship was nothing short of special. Known for the standout sharp angles and rounded edges, Vignale-bodied Ferraris are easy to spot, but incredibly difficult to find. Ferrari built only 22 of the 250 Europa, and only four of those were designed by Vignale, making this one even rarer. Fully restored in 2009 after nearly 4,000 hours of work, it still houses a V-12 engine with triple Weber 36 carburetors, four-speed manual transmission, and four-wheel hydraulic drum brakes.