Howdy all. Firstly, the Miura is a gorgeous museum piece and is of no interest to me. I'd rather drive a Golf GTI than wax a Miura. I've never driven one and never want to. It's all about the driving for me and the only 2 Miuras I know aren't ever driven.
That's a shame, and I can only assume that those Miura you know are not in good working order, or are owned by people that don't want to spend what it takes to get and keep them there.
Once a Miura is properly sorted out they are as reliable as most other classic cars. Certainly more than capable of doing 10,000km reliably in a year, providing you service them properly.
I've driven several Miuras (5 or 6), and only 3 of them were any good. But the good ones are utterly sublime... I've driven at least 50, maybe 80 different 246 dinos too. And many of them were not GOOD initially either. There is a vast chasm of difference between a good one and an ok or a bad one.
In all the ways a GOOD 246 Dino is admired and respected, revered and loved, a GOOD Miura is like a Dino, only twice as good at everything a good Dino is.
I only keep going about them here because the cost new of a Murci is currently about the same as a GOOD Miura is worth..... at the moment.
In 5 or 7 years, there'll be half a million dollars difference in value..... in the Miuras favour and the Miura would cost no more to run than the Murci, probably less.
What other way do you have of securing yourself ~ half a mil?
never mind a way thats so much fun!