Unrestored 1970 Lamborghini Miura P400 S

764 examples of the Lamborghini Miura were built over its seven-year production run, and each surviving car is considered automotive royalty. Finding an undocumented Miura is akin to finding the Hope Diamond — and the Miura pictured here is one such car. Sold new in Italy, this 1970 Miura P400 S found its way to the United States in the early 1980s, and midway through the decade, was placed in static storage — in the owner's modest living room in East Rockaway, New York. This Miura remained there until 2024 when it was extracted by demolishing the interior walls and sold to the current consignor. The car has never been restored, put on public display, or offered for public sale, and has barely been restored, outside of a repaint nearly 45 years ago. The Campagnolo wheels are still wrapped in period Pirelli tires, and the bodywork shows dings and dents from its time before storage. This time capsule Miura is expected to fetch between $2 and $2.5 million when it goes to auction via Gooding & Co.

Photos: Gooding & Co.

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