Before The Italian Job remake in 2003—which was essentially kind of just a ridiculous, awesome commercial for MINI Coopers—there was the original film in 1969, which opened with an iconic Lamborghini Miura.
Now, that rare orange car is being sold by Cheshire Classic Cars for an undisclosed price. While the Lambo’s use in the film certainly makes it valuable, it’s also only one of three “Arancio Miura” cars built in 1968, and the only one made that year with the same winning orange and white leather combo.
Fit with a new engine because of a hairline crack in the block, it’s had five owners who have only put about 12,000 miles on it combined. For now, the listing doesn’t have a price, so one can dream.
If you want to see it in fighting form, here’s its moment of glory in The Italian Job’s opening sequence:
H/T Road and Track