Green bull: 1975 Lamborghini Urraco P200

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The Urraco P200 was specifically built for the italian market as cars greater than 2000 c.c. were considerably penalized by huge taxes. So, this is the smallest daughter of the Urraco family; Lamborghini made only 66 or 68 cars with these specifications.

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On the other side, the 185 h.p. produced are a huge achievement for a 40 years old, 2000 c.c. engine and we can bet on the magnificent sound produced when this unit revs up to 7000 r.p.m. Moreover, this car carries a magnificent viper green and it seems to be in spectacular preserved conditions.

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The seller says that this car had two only previous owners and that it has also the original owner’s manual and manteinance book. This car brings us the pure ’70’s italian styling and, whatching the overall conditions, it’s fairly priced. Find it for sale at €36,500 (today $50,000) here in Catania, Italy. The previous price was what the seller asked for the car until few hours ago. Now the asking price has been raised to €40K. We believe that the previous asking price was fair, but the updated price is maybe too stretched.

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2 Responses to Green bull: 1975 Lamborghini Urraco P200

  1. Steve says:

    It seems to have USA bumpers in front?

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  2. Classicvirus says:

    Indeed they are US spec bumpers, however, we’ve seen many P200 with big black bumpers even on euro spec cars like this one. Also, you can see that the black bumpers match the black metal trims and windows chassis, so that’s not a factory random choice.

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