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The Lamborghini Miura has been a highly successful model from its introduction in 1966. From 1969 to 1972, the P400 S model was offered, featuring boosted horsepower and performance and minor upgrades on the design inside and out. The 1970 Lamborghini Miura was powered by a 4-liter V12 engine producing 370 hp. The car’s top speed was recorded at 177 mph and 60 mph were reached from still in 5.6 seconds. Designed by Marcello Gandini at Bertone, the Miura is one of the best-looking sports cars ever made according to many enthusiasts. The transversely mounted central engine was a novelty at the time and enabled a different type of styling compared to the more traditional long-hooded competitors. The P400 S was a more comfortable model than the first Miura with upgrades made on the interior convenient details and options.
Looking to purchase a classic Lamborghini?
If you’re currently looking for a 1970 Lamborghini Miura, start by browsing The Beverly Hills Car Club online inventory to view the current inventory. The team is constantly adding new models to the collection so don’t hesitate to call or stop by the showroom to ask about latest additions. Thanks to their long-time experience in the industry, The Beverly Hills Car Club team knows how to make the best deals when it comes to classic cars and they’re always happy to share good tips and advice on how to make a smart purchase. For example, a 1970 Lamborghini Miura in good condition will give its driver a lot of satisfaction, whereas a model in constant need of expensive servicing will cause more hassle than pleasure. Don’t underestimate the time and money necessary for important service jobs on a classic Lamborghini!
The Beverly Hills Car Club team is at your disposal to answer any questions you may have about a 1970 Lamborghini Miura, whether it’s for sale at their Los Angeles-based dealership or owned by a private party. Call today to get started on your research and purchase!
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