1970 Lamborghini Espada: Desirable Series II Car with Chrome
Bumpers and Miura WheelsThis 1970 Lamborghini Espada is a desirable
Series II car with chrome bumpers and Miura wheels. Currently red
with black interior, the original colour was extremely unique and
attractive Verde Acqua (Water Green Metallic) with green leather.
Just out of 40 year ownership, the previous owner was a
Northwestern car collector who purchased the car around 1980. He
was also a vintage racer and mechanically minded enthusiast. This
matching numbers Espada runs and drives but would benefit from
servicing at this time. Ready for a recommissioning to be
considered a presentable driver, the Lamborghini is also not
without its cosmetic flaws. Chassis number 7749 was manufactured
March 31st 1970 and delivered in Rome at the local dealership
Carpanelli Autosalone Piemonte April 14th 1970. The Espada
represents outstanding value when compared to Ferraris of the era,
and in many ways, is a more well appointed and impressive car. The
Espada certainly provides for an interesting conversation topic,
and makes a statement of uniqueness on arrival. Matching Numbers
Desirable and collectible Series II Espada Miura Wheels and Chrome
Bumpers Originally factory delivered in Verde Acqua with green
leather Mechanically sound An excellent original example and a
superb value Price: $89,500
1970 Lamborghini Espada
Location:Astoria, New York
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