Sant'Agata celebrates a 50th anniversary of its masterpiece coupeThe 50th anniversary of a Lamborghini Miura is upon us, as well as as part of a jubilee a automaker not long ago sent two Miuras from its notable relic on a mass departure by a Italian Alps, retracing a route from a opening method of a classic movie "The Italian Job." You may stop a initial couple of mins of a 1969 movie show a Miura being driven on a spectacular roads around a Alps -- that's state road 27 slicing by Great St. Bernard Mountain. And it's not as well far from Lamborghini's home in Sant' Agata Bolognese.What done this outing special is which a "fathers" of a Miura took part in a drive. Design legend Marcello Gandini along with engineers Gian Paolo Dallara as well as Paolo Stanzani were during a back of a wheels of these cars. Gandini was during Carrozzeria Bertone during a time he penned a Miura, whilst Dallara as well as Stanzani engineered a car. Dallara, of course, went on to start his own race automobile company, creating many Formula One as well as IndyCarbodies, whilst Stanzani went on to engineer an additional Lamborghini legend: a Countach. The opening method of "The Italian Job" featured a Miura, which was just three years old during a time. Photo by Lamborghini Test driver Bob Wallace is perhaps a only one of a "fathers" of a Miura who was absent -- he upheld divided three years ago. Wallace was in charge of road-testing a prototypes as well as a production examples all by a development process as well as beyond, stability on with other Lamborghini models including a Urraco, Espada, Jarama as well as Countach.The fastest (and arguably most beautiful) production automobile during a time of its entrance in 1966, a Miura has aged gracefully over a past 50 years as well as achieved a cult status enjoyed by very couple of other cars. The Lamborghini factory has a couple of more events planned throughout a year which will celebrate a Miura's 50th anniversary.
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