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Lamborghini Jarama
The chassis of the Espada was shortened and formed the basis of the Lamborghini Jarama launched in 1970. Marcello Gandini
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Lamborghini Jarama - badge on boot. The name 'Jarama' was chosen to refer to the best province in Spain for the breeding of fighting bulls.
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Lamborghini Jarama 400 GTS. The GTS version of the Jarama gained 15bhp, and a bonnet scoop for better cooling from 1972
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Lamborghini Jarama 400GT. The GT version has 'clap hands' wipers whereas later GTS cars had parallel action wipers. Under the bonnet was the 3929cc Miura V12 engine.
Lamborghini Jarama 400 GTS front
Lamborghini Jarama 400 GTS. Introduced at the 1972 Geneva Salon, the GTS version of the Jarama gained 15bhp, a bonnet scoop, different wipers and a few other modifications. 150 were made from 1973 until 1976
Lamborghini Jarama 400GT front
Lamborghini Jarama 400GT. Lamborghini introduced the Jarama at Geneva 1970, to replace the Islero. It featured a shortened Espada chassis and a 3929cc V12 engine from the Miura. The GT version has 'clap hands' wipers whereas later GTS cars had parallel action wipers.
Lamborghini Jarama front
Lamborghini Jarama 400GT. The Jarama had a 3939cc V12 front-mounted engine giving about 350bhp, or 365bhp for the GTS model from 1973.
Lamborghini Jarama rear
Lamborghini Jarama 400 GT. Mario Marazzi built the Jarama in Milan from 1970-76 and early cars did not have the vents behind the front wheel arches.
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Lamborghini Jarama. The headlamp 'eyelids' emulate those used by Marcello Gandini on the Alfa Romeo Montreal.
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Lamborghini Jarama 400GT. Lamborghini introduced the Jarama at Geneva 1970, to replace the Islero. The body was designed by Marcello Gandini at Bertone, but then built by Marazzi.
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Lamborghini Jarama. The chassis of the Espada was shortened and formed the basis of the Lamborghini Jarama launched in 1970. Marcello Gandini designed the body, and it is similar to the Iso Rivolta Lele.
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Lamborghini Jarama. Marcello Gandini designed the body, and it is similar to the Iso Rivolta Lele.
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Lamborghini Jarama. NACA vents on the tops of each front wing. The GTS also had a full width bonnet vent between the NACA vents.
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Lamborghini Jarama. Campagnolo wheel, also showing the 'husky' wheel arch which Gandini used on the Espada. Later cars had 5-bolt alloy wheels in place of these Miura knock-on wheels.
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Carrozzeria Bertone
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Marcello Gandini
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Lamborghini Islero
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Iso Rivolta Lele
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