Introduced in 1968, the Lamborghini Espada was the most popular model until the Countach in the mid-1980s. Espada refers to the sword used to kill the bull in the Corrida. Three different series of Lamborghini Espada were made until the end of the production run in 1978. The first seriesor S1featured Campagnolo alloy knock-off hubs as seen on the Miura. The Marzal concept car inspired the interior and the dashboard was fitted with octagonal gauges for the main instruments and additional binnacle for the secondary elements. Designed by Gandini at Bertone, the Lamborghini Espada was a spacious and comfortable GT with a 2+2 layout. The suspension was fully independent with hydraulic shock absorbers and anti-roll bars. The 4-liter V12 engine breathed through six Weber carburetors and back linked to a gearbox mounted in block with the engine.
The Beverly Hills Car Club is ready to assist you with your project of buying a 1969 Lamborghini Espada. Come visit the Los Angeles-based dealership anytime to meet the friendly team and view the current inventory. Whether you’re looking for a barn find classic to restore completely or a mint-condition model, The Beverly Hills Car Club is interested and would be happy to help. Thanks to their long-time experience in the industry, the team knows the best practice for buying a classic car and they also have extensive knowledge on the current market availabilities and values. If you’re interested in the Espada, you probably researched the specifications and options of the model. A good recommendation is to make a list of the options that matter most to you and be sure that the car you end up purchasing is in good condition for the important features.
Call The Beverly Hills Car Club team today to have a talk with one of the experts. The friendly team will assist you with the research, the purchase, and the ownership experience. Find out about their current inventory online and call the team as soon as possible to get started!
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