Greetings, Note if your a purest for keeping our cars "original" this is not the thread for you, so please no flames this bull has been fire tested twice so your flames will have no use here. Started life as 1973 P250 Urraco #15202 Green Burned up 1974 just after being bought by Paul Spencer, header gasket blew on way up HWY 18 to Lake Arrowhead, CA. Sold at Auction 1977 or 78 to yours truly well my father really and put back on the road for a total investment of 6K in the car and 3K in the parts. Driven 1979 by yours truly to my High school "prom" we did not dance so it was mroe of a banquet.. LOL WOW to be a teenager with a Lambo! To say I had a magical summer would be a master piece of understatement. where did I live in 1979? Lake Arrowhead Ca. Yes and YES PAUL SPENCER saw the car and said "thats my car" I proudly said no its mine.. We had known each other for a few years but neither of us knew that he owned a Lambo and he did not know I bought one burned up at auction in Los Angeles. How cool is that? That summer my father had me sell the car as I did not live up to my end of the deal.. paying him back the 9k he had in the car. A deal is a deal and it was sold to Chuck P (I cant spell his last name) the man who did the lion share of the work putting the green p250 back on the road. I drove ti to deliver it to him and he had me take it to the paint shop where he had it re-painted RED.. UGGGGG... Thought that was the last I would ever see "my little Bull". March 2011 my father passed away, about a week after his service I was on eBay looking for models of cars to build a shadow box of all his cool cars he had had. I found a blue Espada (his daily driver) I found a 69 Mangusta and a few of his other cars but when I searched for 73 P250 I found L@@king at the photo, you can see it started off life green, then repainted red! Was it? could it be?