The Lamborghini Miura Bible
Balboni, Valentino - Test driver who was Bobby Wallace's understudy, taking over towards the end of Miura production -- Bertone, Nuccio - Famed coach-builder whose Carrozzeria Bertone partnered with Lamborghini to build the Miura -- Bizzarini, Giotto - Engineer who famously defected Ferrari in 1961 as part of 'the gang of five,' hired by Ferruccio Lamborghini to develop the famed Lamborghini V12 engine -- Bobileff, Gary - Miura specialist and restorer, proprietor of the Bobileff Motorcar Co., who started with Luigi Chinetti in the '70s -- Coltrin, Peter - Modena-based American photographer of renown, ever-present at Sant'Agata during Miura production -- Cornil, Etienne - Press Officer for Automobili Lamborghini till 1971 -- Dallara, Gian Paolo - Brilliant chassis engineer who was a founding member of Automobili Lamborghini SpA -- Estes, Bob - Official USA West Coast Lamborghini concessionaire till 1971 -- Foitek, Karl - Official Swiss Lamborghini concessionaire -- Gandini, Marcello - Bertone SpA designer responsible for completing the Miura's stunning body design at age 27 -- Grugliasco - Turin suburb and site of Bertone SpA's assembly plant -- Giugiaro, Giorgetto - Bertone SpA designer originally given the Miura bodywork assignment before its reassignment to Gandini and his departure to Ghia -- Hahne, Hubert - Official German Lamborghini concessionaire -- ILZRO (International Lead and Zinc Research Organisation) - Organization whose CEO, Shrade Radtke, commissioned the creation of the ZN75 -- Jota - One-off experimental Miura built by Wallace and named after the appendix T racing class of the day -- Kaplan, Jake - Official USA East Coast Lamborghini concessionaire till 1969 -- Lamborghini Bertone Miura Roadster - One-off Miura initially built as a show-car for Lamborghini by Bertone, then rebuilt by Lamborghini & Bertone again as a zinc materials showcar and rechristened 'ZN75' -- Lamborghini, Ferruccio - Italian industrialist who started Automobili Lamborghini SpA in 1962 -- Lamborghini Miura P400 - Initial variant of the Miura Lamborghini Miura P400S - Evolved variant of the Miura Lamborghini Miura P400SV - Final version of the Miura Ludvigsen, Karl - Noted journalist who studied the early Miuras -- Marchesi - Chassis builder responsible for the manufacture of the Miura chassis throughout the entire production run 1967 to 1973 -- Miura, Don Antonio - Started the Miura line of fighting bulls in the 19th century at his ranch in Seville, Spain -- Miura, Don Eduardo (Fernandez) - Son of Don Antonio and friend of Ferruccio Lamborghini -- Modena Racing Car Co. - Official USA Lamborghini concessionaire run by Alfredo Pedretti -- Pedretti, Alfredo - Official USA Lamborghini concessionaire Modena Racing Car Co. 1970 to 1974 -- Sanchez, Manuel Rodriguez (Manolete) - Spanish world-class bullfighter famously killed by a Miura bull in 1947 -- Sant'Agata (Bolognese) - Northern Italian town where the Lamborghini factory was built and still exists today -- Sgarzi, Ubaldo - Sales manager for Automobili Lamborghini SpA for all of Miura production -- Stanzani, Paolo - Production manager who was also a founding member of Automobili Lamborghini SpA -- Wallace, Bobby - Chief development engineer hired as a founding member of the new Lamborghini car company to test and develop the cars -- Zagari, Franco - Local photographer who recorded production at the Sant'Agata plant in the '60s -- Zampolli, Claudio - Development engineer at Sant'Agata during entire Miura production, who moved to the USA in 1975 as a factory representative, going on to form Cizeta Automobili SpA -- Historic homologation prototype USA Miura SV, production statistics, specifications details, paint charts.
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