When the Lamborghini Miura landed in 1966, Marcello Gandini's sleek shape set the car world on fire and would go on to define what a supercar was up to the present day. Only 764 were made, making each one worth a small fortune, and when one comes up for sale, it's an event. This 1968 Miura P400 left the factory in white, received a red repaint, and is now presented in Verde Miura over a stunning blue leather interior — a color combination that matches Gandini's exterior lines. The restoration was performed by Canadian specialists Coachwerks, with the car getting a complete strip to bare metal and numerous repairs and original pieces fitted. A unique example even by Miura standards, this is something no serious collector can ignore.