1975 Lamborghini Urraco
1 of only 21 Examples, Recent Major Service
1975 Lamborghini Urraco P250 Tipo 111
Chassis No. 20166
Engine No. L240*15988
Bertone Body No. *580*
1 of Only 21 Examples Constructed for the U.S. Market
Powered by its Original Mid-Mounted V8 Engine
2016 Engine Rebuild and Major Service Performed – Over $36k in Invoices
Period Authentic Presentation – Factory Air Conditioning
2017 Chairman's Choice Award at Keels & Wheels Concours d'Elegance
Offered With Original Owner's Manual & Spare Assembly
Completed on April 7, 1975 by Automobili Ferruccio Lamborghini S.p.A., 20166 was one of only 21 Tipo 111 P250's constructed for the U.S. market in order to comply with American regulations. In 2015, this particular car was acquired from its caretaker of 27 years in Pelham, NY after a decade of garage storage and then brought to Texas. The Urraco then received a “Major Service” and recommissioning of all systems, completed in January 2016. An additional top-end rebuild was performed in October of that year. Over $36,000 was spent in total, with supporting invoices accompanying the P250. 20166 makes for an outstanding driver and presents accordingly, with proper period attire. In July 2017, the Lamborghini's entire braking system was restored to new by Karp's Power Brake, along with a refreshening of all 5 original Campagnolo 7.5x14” wheels, mated to concours correct 205/70 Michelin XWX tires.
The Bertone body number “580” is found stamped on both front and rear bonnets which attest to the cars originality and completeness. The cabin displays what appears to be original upholstery, while the current recorded mileage of 36,800 is believed to be accurate. A relatively modern radio head unit is currently installed in place of the included period Blaupunkt. All trim, glass and ancillaries remain correct and original to the Urraco. Several years ago, the car received a repaint that continues to show very well. Both front and rear compartments remain clean and orderly, as does the engine bay with its gorgeously exposed airbox displayed front and center. Complete with its original owner's manual and spare assembly.
This Urraco P250 is eager for touring, sprints or local display at a moment's notice. The Lamborghini Urraco is often considered one of the most striking mid-engined 2+2s ever produced, with few remaining on the road today. We highly recommend this sorted and very rare Tipo 111, now available for Worldwide purchase and delivery.
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