The Lambo Miura needs no introduction. The slinky and sonorous Italian V12-powered exotic was the father of the supercar, and it’s an automotive icon that will forever stand. This one was found in great condition sitting in the original owner’s brother’s barn, and it’s been sitting pretty in a barn for a few years. The Miura-loving owner bought it in 1974 and kept it for forty years. Once he passed away, the car was never driven again. The best part is that none of it was altered but kept in its original state. The yellow paint, the navy blue interior, the glorious gated manual shifter, and the powerful V12 engine are all original, pointing to its unadulterated state. The car will go up for auction on October 24th in London and should command well over a million dollars when all is said and done.