Petrolicious Features a 1970 Lamborghini Miura P400 S


Petrolicious catches up with auto enthusiast Dennis Varni about his 1970 Lamborghini Miura P400 S. Varni first drove and fell in love with the vehicle in the late 1960s; at the time it cost more than his newly-bought house did. Nine years later he was able to purchase the Lamborghini and it has been a treasured part of his impressive collection until today.

The car’s immaculate design features a streamlined silhouette and visible carburetors. The exterior also includes mechanical touches like eyelashes around the headlights. The Miura P400 S is still a pleasure to drive, particularly on long open roads where you can hear its V12 engine roar.

View the story of the classic sportscar in the video below.

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  • Bellissimo! The Miura is my favorite street car of all time. Ahead of its time in both styling and engineering. Yeah, it wasn’t perfect but who buys a Frank Lloyd Wright home and complains about the roof leaking. You either “get” stuff like this or you don’t. Unfortunately I get it but can’t afford it. Ah, well, it’s good to know some owners are as passionate as I am.

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