1976 Lamborghini Urraco P300S
1976 Lamborghini Urraco P300S
|Mileage Indicated||81 041km|
|Interior Colour||Black leather|
One in a hundred and ninety – a collector’s ultimate aspiration. The quest for a garage adorned with automotive gems finds its pinnacle in this collectible treasure. Behold the final and most formidable Urraco, the P300, unveiled in 1974. Staying true to their tradition of naming cars after mighty bulls, Lamborghini christened their new junior V8 creation ‘Urraco,’ a name that embodies the spirit of a ‘little bull.’
Within this ‘little bull’ resides a 3.0-liter V8 engine, crowned with twin overhead camshafts that are chain-driven, resulting in a robust and potent quad-cam powerplant. This force of nature delivers a galloping 300 horses, while your hands engage the smooth 5-speed manual gearbox. Fear not about bringing this powerhouse to a halt, as the brake servo ensures the car’s stopping prowess matches its astounding performance.
This experience offers a true embodiment of a 1970s sports car, venturing off the conventional path. The Urraco presents itself as a beautifully balanced companion, whether navigating city streets or conquering the open road. The ‘little bull’ is remarkably friendly to its driver, boasting comfortable seats and a spacious trunk situated behind the engine. As for the interior, we invite you to witness its splendor firsthand.
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