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We got a pretty crazy story for you in today’s video, and it’s one that we’re sure will make you take a look in any old garage that some of your family members might have on their property. See, what if we told you a car was found in an old run down garage deep in a forest of Southwest Germany… would you expect it to be… a sports car? And not just any sports car… One that was featured in none other than the 1969 film starring Michael Cane (Yes, Alfred from the Christopher Nolan Batman Movies!)… One of the most high end sports cars on the planet? …a vintage 1969 P400 S model Lamborghini Miura? Well, it was. And it’s one of the last remaining examples of this car in its original condition, which also happens to make it one of the rarest cars on the planet. That’s probably why when it went to auction, it sold for a colossal 1.2 million pounds. Yeah. This car is no joke, folks. So… what’s the story here? Why is such a rare Lamborghini sitting in some old garage? Does it even still work? And… how much did it go for when it was auctioned off? We got all your answers right here. Don’t you dare drive off, cause we’re sure that you’re gonna want to know all the ins and outs and everything that is in between about this super car that can only be afforded by, The Richest.
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00:39 Who owned it?
01:42 How much did it cost?
02:37 Why did it go for so much?
04:07 Final fact!”