Even by modern standards, the legendary Bertone-designed Lamborghini Miura is one of the most stunning cars to ever put rubber to pavement. The V12 father of the Lambo supercar was slinky and muscular all at once, and the special SVJ version was the cream of the crop. It’s truly special because it has been massaged to churn out over 400 horsepower compared to the base car’s 345. This particular SVJ is known as “The Corsican” because the first buyer lived in Corsica, France. It was meticulously restored to perfection over the course of three years, With new leather racing seats and harnesses, as well as Heuer analog timing instrumentation, added to the already glorious car. It’s now up for sale via Kidston, and should command a significant price given the fact that it’s one of only three SVJs made.