The Lamborghini Miura is extremely rare, but this Miura SVR is the rarest of them all — being the only one ever made. The SVR is based on Lamborghini test driver Bob Wallace's Miura Jota, a bare-bones racing version that was lost in an accident. Originally built in 1968, chassis number 3781 began life as a Miura S. The ninth owner had the car sent back to the factory in 1974 to be converted into its current SVR configuration, which was then sold to a buyer in Japan in 1976. The car became an icon there, serving as the inspiration for the Circuit Wolf comics and gaining worldwide fame as a sought-after model by Kyosho. As stunning as the Miura is, the SVR takes this classic Lamborghini to another level.