This is the second green Urraco published here; the other one was a P200 while this one is a P250, not as rare as its bigger sister, the P300, but not common at all.
In our opinion, this green is the color which fits perfectly this daughter of the italian design of the seventies, and it’s perfect when mated to the tan suede interiors which, especially the cockpit, are as unreliable and beautiful as only an italian car cockpit can be.
This particular car is said to be parked 20 years ago in a garage when a restoration tentative began, then something went wrong and the car never saw the light again. The engine is said to have been disassembled and some work on the heads and pistons (new rings) has already been done. All the parts are said to be with the car which needs still a lot of work, but it’s absolutely worth it. Find it for sale at €47,000 (today £50,500) here in La Spezia, Italy.