1970 Lamborghini Espada Series 3 *SOLD*
Item #: 22352
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This 1970 Lamborghini Espada Series 3 has been sold.
This is an incredibly original and unmolested car. It carries an older repaint that has the odd blemish and stone chip consistent with its age, however, the depth of colour remains vibrant and strong.
While color is obviously a personal choice, it looks even better in the flesh than it does in the photos . . . it is STUNNING!
The exterior chrome and trim are in good condition, however, one headlight bezel is noted as missing.
Mechanically the car is very good with the engine, gearbox and brakes having been rebuilt in 2006/2007.
The car has travelled less than 1,000 miles since then.
The starter motor, clutch & master cylinder and rear brake booster have recently been overhauled and new fuel lines fitted.
The wheels have been painted, minor service and been tuned.
The engine starts easily and the big V12 soon settles into a smooth idle.
Out on the open road the car performs as one would expect.
The Espada runs essentially the same engine as a Countach so there's plenty of 'go' when you need it.
This car pulls strongly through the rev range and the gear box is tight.
It brakes and it handles well, though the shock absorbers are 'soft' and the car would benefit from having these refurbished or replaced.
The engine bay is fresh and very well presented.
The interior of this car is totally original and it presents exceptionally well for its age.
The seats are showing some patina, but there are no rips or tears.
In many ways it's just like a favorite leather jacket!
The Timber steering wheel and dash are a feature of these cars and both are in very good condition.
The carpets in the cabin and rear boot area are also in very good condition.
Spare wheel and factory jack kit.
A Lamborghini Espada is a rare beast but finding an early Series 3 is ideal!
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