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This low-mileage Miura has lived a great life so far, and now it's ready for a new home.

RM Sotheby's upcoming auction event in London will be offering the ownership opportunity of a lifetime when this original 1969 Lamborghini Miura crosses the auction block with no reserve. This Lamborghini was stored in a garage for several years and may need restoration, but it's far from your typical barn find.

Although this is a 1969 model year vehicle, this Miura wasn't purchased and registered by its first owner until 1971. Just three years later, the Lamborghini was sold to its second owner, who drove it and enjoyed it until his death in 2015. After that, this car was stored in a garage for four years exposed to the elements. Needless to say, this car is definitely in need of some maintenance and a restoration, but it will be hard to find an unrestored Miura is condition that is as good and original as this one.

To read more on MSN:

https://www.msn.com/en-us/autos/classic-cars/two-owner-1969-lamborghini-miura-being-auctioned-at-no-reserve/ar-AAIfqmp?ocid=AMZN

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