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Original and untouched Lamborghini sells for £1.25 million

A Lamborghini Miura P400 S stored in a barn has been sold for £1.25 million in London.

The 1969 car had been untouched for years.

However, the vehicle, with just 18,000 on the clock, proved irresistible to buyers at RM Sotheby’s.

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The car was exactly as it left the factory – making it one of the last in its original state.

Will Smith, auction manager, said:

“The Lamborghini Miura sold well thanks to its exclusivity and rarity.”

The car was garaged in a barn in the Black Forest, Germany.

Breeze blocks propped it up to stop it rolling forward.

 

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