The Lamborghini Miura was stunning in both looks and performance when it debuted in 1966, but it wasn't without its faults. Lamborghini's chief test driver Bob Wallace set out to correct those faults with the Miura Jota in 1970 by reworking the suspension, adding aero enhancements, and improving the V12 to over 400 horsepower. Those modifications made it to three Miuras during its production run, making them the rarest of Lamborghini's masterpiece. This one of those three. Known as "The Corsican", it was first sold to a real estate developer in Corsica, France. The car has underwent a major restoration by Carrozzeria Cremonini and Top Motors, and features modifications like racing seats, harnesses and dual Heuer chronographs. The car is for sale through Swiss dealership Kidston in Geneva.