Bertone Lamborghini Marzal

The Lamborghini Marzal was designed by Marcello Gandini and built by Bertone in 1967. The car featured 2 double length gullwing doors, which opened to reveal 4 bucket seats. The car was constructed on the chassis of a Lamborghini Miura and the body constructed from sheet steel and an aluminum bonnet. The engine was an inline 6 cylinder unit, effectively one half of the Lamborghini Miura’s V12 engine and mounted transversely above the rear axles. The car also features 6 rectangular iodine headlamps. The name Marzal originated from a breed of fighting bull

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