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Lamborghini 400 GT
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  • Lamborghini 400 GT Interim

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    The Lamborghini 400 GT, not to be confused with the later 400 GT 2+2, is a very rare car. It became available in 1965 as an option, and was basically a 350 GT with a much larger 4 litre engine in combination with the brand new Lamborghini 5-speed gearbox. The body was identical to the 350 GT, except from the twin headlights configuration. Following different sources Lamborghini only built between 23 and 27 examples, which makes it one of the most exclusive Lamborghini's ever made. It is also one of the most interesting, as it combines the gorgeous looks of the 350 GT with the technical set-up of the more powerful 400 GT 2+2. The example we are offering for sale left the S. Agata Bolognese factory on the 11th of November 1966, and was delivered to its first owner, a certain mr. Bob Estes, in Los Angeles. The car came to Europe in 1990 and was then sold at auction in Paris with a mileage of only 58.625 miles At that time, it was still wearing its original paint of Rosso Alfa, but the Senape leather was painted black. In the same year, it received a French registration with Paris suffix. The actual owner bought the 400 GT in 1997, and commissioned Carrozzeria Touring Superleggera (the

    • Year: 1997
    • Mileage: 295 mi
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  • 1967 Lamborghini 400 GT 2+2 by Touring

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    1967 Lamborghini 400GT 2+2 by Touring s/n 0622, Engine no. 0570 Red with Arancia Leather Legends often begin with impassioned exchanges and fiery pronouncements. Whether true or simply the lore of Italian operatic embellishment, Ferruccio Lamborghini embarked on a journey to build his own sports car, enraged by a disagreement with Enzo Ferrari over the reliability of his personal Ferrari. Familiar with industry, Lamborghini was soon producing a formidable sports car that was in many ways better built, more sophisticated, and performed better than contemporary Ferraris. Technical specifications surprised the automotive press, with statistics that included a quad cam V-12, four wheel independent suspension, disc brakes, and a five-speed gearbox, first supplied by ZF, and later built in house by Lamborghini. All this served customers very well, with the added benefit of making Ferrari’s single cam engines, live rear axles, and four-speed gearboxes appear rather dated. The contemporary press lauded Lamborghini’s build quality, design, and performance revealing that the 350GT and 400GT were more luxurious and less demanding to drive than rival Ferraris. All this set Lamborghini on a pat

    • Year: 1967
    • Mileage: 13265 mi
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