Lamborghini Grand Tourer to sell at NEC

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An exquisite 1967 Lamborghini 400GT is expected to make more than £150k at Silverstone Auctions’ 17 November sale at the Footman James Classic Motor Show.

Originally delivered to Spain, the 2+2 is one of only 247 built. Recent work includes new shock absorbers, steering arm, brakes and alternator.

As with any other example of the long-nosed Lambo’, it also features independent suspension all-round, a tubular chassis and a quad-cam 4-litre V12 with 320bhp.

In the same sale, a Youngtimer 512TR Ferrari – the revised Testarossa – offers even more performance, fewer miles (17,400) and mid-engined configuration.  The left-hand-drive car is expected to generate up to £60k.

Meanwhile, a brace of Morgans offer the same thrills for a lot less outlay. The first, of ’92 vintage, is up for £22-26,000 and features a rare-for-the-car 2.5-litre straight six from a BMW 325.

The other’s a 1987 Maurice-Owen developed Morgan Challenge Class B race car, with a 380bhp Rover V8. It carries an estimate of £24-28k.

To view all the lots, click here.

 

Comments

Annie Clark

The 400 GT looks stunning with the black look. People will pay anything for these rare models. The red Ferrari will also raise a good amount of fund. The folks are eagerly waiting for the show.

Fox racing 2012

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