Designed in the spare time of Lamborghini’s engineering team against the wishes of the company's founder, the 1969 Lamborghini Miura S is the rarest Miura variant ever, with only 140 models ever produced. Originally given as a gift from Greek shipping magnate Aristotle Onassis to Greek singer and rally driver Stamatis Kokotas in the early 1970s, the model in the thumbs above failed to meet it's reserve price at auction from Coys on December 7th in London. Although bidding reached as high $483,210, the car, which wasn't exactly in mint condition, was expected to fetch much more and may come under the hammer again in the near future.

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[via Classic Driver]