Miuras are gorgeous cars. When it launched, nothing else on the road could possibly hope to catch it on a top-speed run. This was a car capable of over 180MPH in 1968, which no other car came close to at the time. This 1969 model was here in all its Bertone-bodied glory at Hershey last month.
This is an all-original car, which is something that struck me as amazing for a Miura, considering how rare they are, and that there are so few left. The interior was what made this particular one unique–the brown hides are boar hides, which is one of only two equipped as such. Although I’m unsure as to the original owner of this one, the other boar-hide equipped Miura S belonged to Frank Sinatra, Jr, son of Old Blue Eyes himself. Enjoy the photos of this scorching red Lambo, against the backdrop of the Sweetest Place On Earth.
-Albert S. Davis