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Offline AshSimmonds

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it's been a while since i looked at Miuras, but seeing this black one on ebay reminds me just how stunningly beautiful they are. 

:worship: :lovies:

if this doesn't make your willy tingle......



Offline AshSimmonds

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Offline mhh

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Looks like they got the yellow seat inserts idea a while back.  Very nice indeed.



goober

very easy for the driver to adjust the vol on the wireless



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Offline AshSimmonds

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  • Joined: Feb 2006

  • Drives: GF's shitbox :(
  • Location: Adelayed
  • Name: Humble Narrator
  • www: AshSimmonds.com
just looking back over this one....... worth a bump, sheeeeesh!



Offline 360c

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I have always had the hots for the Miura; but it is depressing when you see one in the flesh and realise just how poorly built and engineered they are. The SV is the only one to have IMO and the current prices are just dumb. $800k to a million buys a lot better than a Miura SV. I looked at the SV in Melbourne at $450k a couple of years ago and thought it would take another $250k to make a nice car of it.



Offline scud

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might be in the market for one. looking at a SV.

does anyone have any sales info for australian cars or handy info?



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I have always had the hots for the Miura; but it is depressing when you see one in the flesh and realise just how poorly built and engineered they are. The SV is the only one to have IMO and the current prices are just dumb. $800k to a million buys a lot better than a Miura SV. I looked at the SV in Melbourne at $450k a couple of years ago and thought it would take another $250k to make a nice car of it.

I sat in one once, and at 6 foot 4 I couldn't fit in. That was a sad realization that i'd never use one....



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