1968 Lamborghini Espada 400
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Production: 186 Cars
Chassis & Sales
1975 Lamborghini Espada Series III Coupé - sold for €31,050
Chassis number '9398' is offered fresh from six years of 'rolling restoration' by the secretary of the Lamborghini Owners Club. We are advised that work carried out included a full body rebuild and bare metal repaint; overhauling the suspension, braking and electrical systems; an engine top-end rebuild; and a new radiator. In addition, the interior has been fully refurbished with new Wilton carpets and the dashboard re-covered in Alcantara. Th... more
Gallery: 2010 Collectors' Motor Cars at Goodwood Revival by Bonhams
1974 Lamborghini Espada Series III 9274 - sold for €46,000
First registered on 30th June 1974, chassis number '9274' is a very nice example of the final (Series III) Espada, 456 of which were made. The car has covered only 31,491 kilometres from new and is described as very original, in good overall condition and nice to drive, its engine possessing good compression. EU taxes have been paid and the car is currently registered in Switzerland.
Gallery: 2011 Automobiles d'exception au Grand Palais by Bonhams
1973 Lamborghini 400 GT Espada 9022 - sold for €71,943
The car being exhibited was first registered on 17 April 1973. It was bought by Mr Doucet in its original condition and has been part of his collection ever since. It still has its original paintwork and its leather interior is in good condition, which reflects its low mileage. Like the Hispano K6, it shared the happy events in the lives of this great collecting family. French vehicle registration documents.
Gallery: 2011 Salon Rétromobile Aucion by Artcurial
1973 Lamborghini Espada Coupe 8852 - sold for $55,000
This 1973 Espada has travelled only about 34,000 miles, and one of its owners retained the car for a remarkable 26 years. As presented, it remains in nice condition throughout with an attractive color combination and benefits from a fresh service. Rare as one of only 1,225 Espadas produced in total, it offers Miura-level performance with seating for up to four and represents excellent value in today’s collector-car market.
Gallery: 2011 Monterey Auction by RM
1969 Lamborghini Espada S1 7090 - sold for €45,190
In metallic grey, this car on offer was first registered on January 8, 1969 by its first owner, an avid Lamborghini fan living in the Hauts-de-Seine region of France. 300 km/h for four! Typically 1970s. Car has spent its life in France. One of just 186 Series 1 cars. No reserve.
Gallery: Artcurial Motorcars à 2013 Rétromobile
1970 Lamborghini Espada X750X0344X - sold for €55,200
This matching-numbers example was sold new in Milan, Italy and was next owned by Dr David Waltos of Baltimore, Maryland, USA. In February 2004 the car passed to the third owner, Konstantinos Andrikopoulos of Boston Massachusetts, who kept it until 2009. The current (fourth) owner purchased the Espada that same year from DigitMotorSport in the USA and brought it to France.
Gallery: 2013 Les Grandes Marques du Monde au Grand Palais