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Thank you for your reply and the information, Olivier. Was the Miura being resurrected an SV?
How is that plate joined to the rest of the chassis? Welded in? What was the reason for the new plate in that instance?
Why not? It's a 1 owner Miura SV ..S!!!, and needs to be seen.
Shouldn't stop him posting some more recent pics.
Must be fantastic to have owned a Miura SV from new and for 47 years. Please post some pictures of it. The only couple I could find were...
Wow! What is the chassis number of that SV?
Miura Millechiodi #4302.
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This is why I posted tbe picture of SV 4818, as most SVs have no perforations in BOTH beams, but a few with them in the front beam as SV 4932 and...
Here are SV 4932 with the perforations in the front beam we are talking about and SV 4818 with the perforated beam in between the suspension...
....and I have also seen SVs with the beam in between the shock towers with holes but I would guess this is easy to replace???
This is the beam I am talking about. I have seen SVs with holes in this beam but the majority do not have them.
I stole this snip pic of SV 5106...
OK, thanks. I've noticed that many SV chassis do not have holes in the beam parallel with the water radiator in between where the spare wheel is,...
I would only believe the chassis was SV if Marchesi confirmed it.
But does it have an SV chassis?????
On seeing and hearing the Miura in the opening scenes of The Italian Job on TV for the very first time one Sunday night in January, 1976 we were...
Thanks. Anyone have any idea of its current value?
What was the last selling price of 3586 and its estimated value now?
That was my immediate thought if it is actually a late SV block, but I have learned never take anything as a given.
Possibly the new development parts were for conversion of the gearbox to use separate oil? Perhaps Eric eb911 knows if the new cylinder...
Just updating this thread with the news in many on line articles that #3586 has been certified as The Italian Job Miura by Polo Storico.