Okay, we know, this is certainly not the most beautiful of the GTs produced in Italy in the last century, indeed, it is definitely one of the worst creations made by the pencil of an Italian designer.
However, we are still talking about a rare (177 made) 1973 Lamborghini: independent suspension, four disc brakes, five-speed ZF gearbox and, last but not least, a four-liter DOHC V12 engine installed between the front axle and the passenger compartment, in addition to four beautiful Campagnolo magnesium rims, the same ones used on the Miura.
This car, in spite of the very modest appearance, works to all intents and purposes the seller says that it runs and stops, and although it gives technically to be restored it is very original in all its parts. Clearly the restoration of a Lamborghini is very expensive: whether it is a Miura or a Jarama, the cost will be almost identical despite the very different final value. It is also true however that the starting price is also very different: find it for sale at $87,500 here in Astoria, NY.
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I love the Jarama but I am a fan of weird looking cars. Can’t beat the mechanicals, either.