Lamborghini 400Gt Monza Lamborghini Concept Cars. It was named the 'flying star ii' though there was no flying star i. This upgraded engine became the basis for several models in the years to come.
Since 1966, nothing was touched or replaced on the car and even the engine worked well. It as based on their 400 gt, but featured unique bodywork by neri and bonacini. The october 1966 issue of road & track magazine gave the 400gt the title of “ the finest gt car they’ve ever driven.”.
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The engineers at lamborghini increased the stroke from 77 to 82 for a total displacement of 3929cc, and this brought over power from around 270 to 320 bhp at 6500 rpm. Touring's goal with building the 400 gt flying star ii was to inspire a contract to build the 400gt's successor. Since 1966, nothing was touched or replaced on the car and even the engine worked well.
Its Predecessor, The 350Gt, Ran To Only About 120 In Full Production Just During 1965.
Only 242 were built including the flying star ii and the neri and bonacini monza 400. This 1966 lamborghini 400 gt monza sold for $315,446 including buyer’s premium, at the bonhams sale held in london december 5, 2005. Lamborghini 400gt s by year 1968 lamborghini 400gt.
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The motor was only discontinued when the. Stiffer springs and shocks were added and slight modification were made to the wishbones to handle the increase in wieght. The car was basically a version of the older lamborghini 350 gt with a bigger and more powerful v12 engine.
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So the car was handed over to the lamborghini museum in sant'agata, italy. It was based on their 400 gt, but featured unique bodywork by neri and bonacini. Design more comfort, for a spacious super sports car.
The 400Gt Came Equipped With The Later Islero Steering Wheel.
400gt2+2 registry lamborghini 400gt 2+2 versions production: This car was known as either the 400 gt or the 400 gt interim. The october 1966 issue of road & track magazine gave the 400gt the title of “ the finest gt car they’ve ever driven.”.