Given the status of the Lamborghini Miura as 'the world's first supercar', and its continuing success on the world's auction blocks, it's a surprise that only very few made it over to Australia.
Now one of those is set to auction in London, next Wednesday - and it could bring $1.38m.
Built to SV specifications and completed by February 23, 1972, this Miura is one of only 765 ever built. Each and every Miura was built manually, like a prototype.
After being shipped to Oz, its dealers had it shipped again back to Italy to be converted to a right-hand-drive.
Since then, the $1.38m has had three owners with around $200,000 spent on refurbishment and restoration - including a $100,000 engine rebuild.
This car, chassis number 5036, was registered in the UK for tax purpose says RM Auctions.
According to the auctioneer, the $1.38m has had three owners: two short-term, before collector Gerry Kent owned the car for 33 years until his death in 2004.
Designed by Marcello Gandini, the Miura P400 caused a sensation when it was unveiled before onlookers in Geneva in 1966.
It promptly became the must-own supercar among those who could afford it - and the pool of those who can is set to become smaller as this 1972 Miura's value continues to increase in coming years.