It's a crowd favorite.
At the prestigious 3rd Annual Fort Lauderdale Concours, a 1967 Lamborghini Miura P400SV owned by Mark Butters captivated the audience and judges, securing the coveted 'Best in Show' title. This celebrated event, held on 27 October, brought together the crème de la crème of classic and exotic automobiles along the picturesque Pier Sixty-Six Marina, offering a breathtaking juxtaposition of superyachts and vintage automotive beauty.
The Miura P400SV, renowned for its speed and sleek design, stood out amongst the 35 extraordinary vehicles showcased. Its victory at the FTLC is a testament to its enduring allure, 56 years after its debut. Designed by Marcello Gandini, this Lamborghini is more than a car; it's a moving sculpture, often hailed as one of the most stunning sports cars ever crafted.
Aston Martin, the event's presenting sponsor, added to the grandeur with their latest offerings, the DBX 707 and DB12 Coupe, illustrating the seamless blend of classic heritage and modern innovation.
Under the guidance of CEO Maria Jannace, the Fort Lauderdale Concours has redefined the traditional concours format, transforming it into a luxury lifestyle event that celebrates not only automobiles but also their intersection with art, music, fashion, and popular culture. This approach has made the event “exclusively inclusive,” attracting a younger, more diverse generation of classic car enthusiasts, and establishing the FTLC and its sister event, The New York City Concours, as must-attend events in the automotive calendar.
The 1967 Lamborghini Miura P400SV's triumph at the Fort Lauderdale Concours is more than a win for its owner; it symbolizes the timeless appeal and artistry of classic cars, which continue to captivate and inspire generations of auto enthusiasts and collectors.
H/T: Old Cars Weekly