Hi I have just been in contact with a dealer who amazingly had 2 Jarama in stock, which i was very impressed by. It drove the question as to why i hadn't built a page about the Lamborghini Jarama, where i have covered the other Classic Lambos https://www.longstonetyres.co.uk/classic-car-tyres/lamborghini.html So i want to get my page as accurate as possible so:- when looking at the the Jarama it seems there have been 3 models Jarama 350 GT (maybe 1970 - 1972) now i think this car fitted 205VR15 Cinturato CN72, at least untill some point in 1971. i think t hat because the Cinturato CN12 was not invented untill 1971 (i have also had suggestions that they came out in 1972, but Pirelli say 1971) Jarama 400 GT 2 + 2. So 215/70VR15 Cinturato CN12. there is a great picture of old Feruccio leaning on a Jarama fitted with the CN12 Then i think there is a Jarama S (1973 - 1976) which i beleive also fitted 215/70VR15 CN12. (this car might also be called a Jarama GTS) My tyre pressure books make me think that they ran 35psi front and 38psi rear. then the Jarama S (or GTS ) 36psi front and 41psi rear. I realise that for some years the Pirelli wasn't produced, so most cars untill a few years ago will be fitting Michelin XWX, which of course is also a good tyre. If anyone knows any more or can correct my thoughts please let me know. Also any pictures that back up our research would be very greatfully appreciated.