Every year, collectors look forward to the auctions organized by Artcurial and Sotheby’s. Sotheby’s was held a few days ago, the opportunity for buyers to admire two Lamborghinis signed Bertone.

These two Lamborghinis have thrilled the online auction organized by Sotheby’s. As they could not get to the Rétromobile show, collectors were able to watch the sale in front of their computers. And among the exceptional models offered, we find a Lamborghini Miura P 400 SV from 1971 and a Countach LP 400 “Periscopio” from 1977.

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The two Lamborghinis quickly raised the ante. The Lamborghini Miura is one of 150 designed examples of the Miura SV and carries the chassis number 4840. His buyer disbursed the modest sum of 2.4 million euros which makes it the second most expensive Miura in history auctioned.

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Regarding the Lamborghini Countach, the prices also rose quickly to arrive at 775,625 euros. This hypercar has chassis number 1120262 and 157 units have been produced. In addition to being a rare model, this one underwent some modifications including a transformation of its roof into a Targa roof, then it was then restored by the Carrosserie Lecoq in Paris.