Making their first restoration debut, the newly launched Lamborghini PoloStorico division in charge of restoring historic models and preserving Lamborghini's heritage has unveiled their first work, the fully restored Lamborghini Miura SV (Super Veloce) which originally premiered at the Geneva Motor Show in 1971.
Presented over the weekend at the exclusive Amelia Island Concours car show over the weekend, the model, chassic #4846 was the pre-production model for the subsquent Miura SV production. Shown in metallic green Verde Metallizata with tan leather, the restored car comes complete with its original chassis and engine.
Engineers, technicians and furnishers toiled restlessly using photos and other archived historic documentation to make sure ever panel and detail of the Miura is being returned to its original state.
According to PooloStorico's head, the significance of the Miura was nothing short of big. A forerunner of the modern super sports car, this was the perfect celebration of the car's 50th anniversary.