The Lamborghini Islero was the replacement for the Lamborghini 400GT. The car debuted at the 1968 Geneva Auto Show and was named after a Miura bull. The 340 bhp, 3.9L DOHC V-12 engine had six Weber carburetors, a five-speed manual transmission and four-wheel independent suspension.
1968 Lamborghini Islero 6243 – sold for $137,500 – Restoration Overseen by National Authority on Italian Cars One of 125 Examples Constructed. Rare Factory Paint Color Unusual Marazzi Coachwork. Numerous Restoration Invoices. Extremely Well Documented, Accompanied by Original Swiss Title. Rare Evolution of Lamborghini’s Classic 1960s 2+2 Grand Tourer. Auction Source: The 2013 Amelia Island Auction by Gooding & Company
1969 Lamborghini Islero 16M48310M – sold for $90,750 – This particular car is well-known among Lamborghini enthusiasts, as it was presented in several publications, including The Complete Book of Lamborghini by Pete Lyons and the auto editors of Consumer Guide, where it is pictured on page 26, as well as pages 100 through 105. Well-maintained and benefiting from a recent tune-up, it is a wonderful example of Italy’s charging bull. Auction Source: 2009 Automobiles of Amelia Island RM Auction