[The very unique Lamborghini Marzal may have only come with just half of the usual number of cylinder from Ferruccio's workshop, but it still needed large quantities of premium gas. Photo credit: Lamborghini]
It's impossible to not love the one-off Lamborghini Marzal, but the Gandini-designed Bertone masterpiece has been largely seen only in the feverish dreams of vintage car enthusiasts since its 1967 debut. Here's a chance to get a view from the inside, with that Miura-sawn-in-half straight six whirring away behind the…
This is not a cutaway illustration. It’s the Marzal, the most important Lamborghini that never was. The love child of 50 square feet of glass and half a Miura engine, it was the epitome of Lamborghini’s pre-supercar design philosophy. Last month, the only one made was sold for $2.1 million.