1968 Lamborghini 400 GT 2+2 Coupe with Coachwork by Carrozzeria
TouringOne of only 247 units built between 1966 and 1968, this
400GT was produced toward the end of the model's run as the 223rd
example produced. Given its status late in production, it featured
unique details such as later-type Miura gauges. Finished in Rosso
(red) over Nero (black) pigskin leathera color scheme it still
carries today. Runs and drives but would benefit from servicing
prior to use. The subject of a repaint at some point in its
original color, the interior remains in what appears to be lovingly
preserved, original condition. It is the stuff of legend that
Ferrari-owning industrialist Ferruccio Lamborghini only turned to
automobile manufacture as a result of receiving off-hand treatment
at Maranello, vowing to build a better car. A successful
manufacturer of tractors and related machinery, Lamborghini
possessed the resources to realize his dream without having to
compromise. The 400GT 2+2 appeared in 1966 featuring a 4.0 liter
V12 and was a 150mph-plus car with a maximum power of 320bhp. This
particular machine is eligible for many fine events including the
Copperstate 1000 and Mountain Mille. Chassis no. 01270Engine no.
1463 The 223rd of only 247 400GT 2+2s built A late production
example with many unique details Presented in its original color
scheme A rare example of one of Lamborghini's seminal, early
1968 Lamborghini 400GT
Location:Astoria, New York
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