1972 Lamborghini Miura SV Chassis #5098/3673. 1 of 150 SV models produced by Lamborghini. Production number 751, is one of the last ten Miura’s produced at Lamborghini. (Last Miura production 762)
As of 2014, both Lamborghini and Ferrari ceased production of any manual gearbox models. Replaced completely with fast shifting, smooth and advanced automatic units. While technologically advanced, lets face it, as an enthusiast the F1 and E-Gear gearboxes are lacking something…Continue reading
Last month an original Mercedes 190E Evolution II sold for an outstanding $220,000 at auction, followed by a Mercedes Mclaren SLR for $675,000 and in December we sold our Mercedes CLK DTM Coupe in a record 60 days after having an incredible amount of interest from collectors across the US. Continue reading
For many years we have made the claim that we are not Porsche experts. Until now, we have not invested into any Porsche models and we have even passed on some great opportunities sending both cars and clients to some of our dealer friends heavily involved in the Porsche community.
In 1992 at the Geneva Auto Show, Lamborghini presented the Diablo Roadster Prototype. While the car was a radical design exercise, it was very well received and in December 1995 Lamborghini announced the production version of the Diablo Roadster.Continue reading