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1969 Lamborghini Miura P400 S
SOLDSEP 23, 2022

1969 Lamborghini Miura P400 S

Sackey & Co. | Private Sales is proud to report our sale of this 1969 Lamborghini Miura P400S chassis number 4115 finished in Arancio with Nero interior, and completed by the factory on June 30th, 1969. Delivered new to Italian concessionaire Autoelite Milan for an Italian VIP client, this Miura was maintained at the Lamborghini factory wearing Milan plates ‘MI.6838’ until at least 1985. The car was then sold in 1988 to specialist Autolynn Ltd. in Ontario, Canada, where it was purchased by its second owner, Howard De Haven of Tulsa, Oklahoma. Repainted red by this time, Howard decided to restore it back to its original orange livery. Work began on the incredibly well-documented & painstaking restoration as far back as 1990, and wasn't completed until around 2012. A third owner purchased 4115 in August of 2004 during the restoration. Since then the car has lived in a private museum, preserved as restored with barely 50 miles added, and serviced as needed. Existing with no gaps in its history, this is an unrepeatable example of a matching-numbers fully-restored Miura P400S in an attractive classic color, and as a result we rank it as one of the best P400S we have encountered.

1990 Ferrari F40
SOLDSEP 13, 2022

1990 Ferrari F40

Sackey & Co. | Private Sales is proud to report our sale of this iconic 1990 Ferrari F40. Wearing chassis number ZFFGJ34B000085289, assembly number 02420, engine number 2249, gearbox number 087, and body number 041, this F40 was completed at the factory on May 25th, 1990. Built in the obligatory Rosso Corsa over Stoffa Vigogna, the car was delivered on June 3rd, 1990 to a VIP customer in Japan. It remained with its first owner for an incredible 19-years, and a second owner for 13 further years. With only 3,338 miles (5,357 kilometers), this F40 is an incredibly preserved example and has recently undergone servicing with Ferrari. It has been 35 years since the iconic F40 debuted to the public after being commissioned by Enzo Ferrari himself, and to this day it remains as one of the true Supercar greats of all time.

2019 Ford GT
SOLDSEP 3, 2022

2019 Ford GT

Sackey & Co. | Private Sales is proud to report our sale of this 2019 Ford GT serial no. K233 finished in factory special-order Extended Color Palette ‘Grabber Orange’ M3659 with no stripes, documented by Ford as a 1-of-1 livery. This stunning GT retains just 1,367 miles from new. K233 was built to a high specification, with options including the specially-ordered exterior color, lightweight carbon fiber wheels, exterior carbon fiber package in gloss finish, titanium Akrapovič exhaust, and Dark Energy Upgrade interior in leather. All told, the optional equipment for K233 totaled an incredible $115,450.

1976 Lamborghini Countach LP400
SOLDJUN 27, 2022

1976 Lamborghini Countach LP400

Sackey & Co. | Private Sales is proud to report our sale of this beautifully restored, concours-winning 1976 Lamborghini Countach LP400 ‘Periscopio’, with only 8,881-miles (14,293 km) from new. 1120220, finished in its original beautiful livery of Bleu Tahiti metallizzato over Senape, was released by the factory on October 18th, 1976 to LamborAuto in Milan, Italy, a concessionaire appointed by Ferruccio Lamborghini himself which often supplied Countaches to VIPs, Royalty, heirs, celebrities and sportsmen. After spending a brief period in Japan, the car was then imported into the USA in 1981, where it was owned by the same California gentleman for 41 years! This example benefits from a complete nut & bolt restoration (chassis, body, wheels, interior, engine, suspension, etc.) at cost of around $350,000. The restoration resulted in a recent Class Winner trophy at the Las Vegas Concours D'Elegance, and the car was also featured in the Lamborghini factory-sanctioned documentary on the Countach titled "Countach Legacy”. The Countach is today considered to be the genesis of the modern Supercar. Few examples combine this level of restoration, outstanding color combination, and long-term ownership history.

1986 Lamborghini Countach QV Downdraft
SOLDJUN 7, 2022

1986 Lamborghini Countach QV Downdraft

Sackey & Co. | Private Sales is proud to report our sale of this stunning matching-numbers 1986 Lamborghini Countach QV Downdraft finished in its original stunning livery of Rosso Siviglia (Seville Red PPG 2.464.022) over Pelle Bianco. After completion at Lamborghini in Sant'Agata Bolognese on December 12th, 1985, this example was delivered to Switzerland for Swiss concessionaire Codeco SA in Lausanne and Swiss-registered on Bern plates BE 366 U. After just two owners in Switzerland over 28 years, the car was imported to the USA in 2014. In 2017, this Countach was sent to marque specialist Dugan Specialties for a complete mechanical overhaul which included a suspension rebuild, brakes rebuild, major engine-out overhaul & service, and all other mechanicals and electrics. Despite the mechanical overhaul, the car retained its original paint and interior. This example represents the vertical twin-barrel carburetor version of the Countach, affectionately known by enthusiasts today as the Countach ‘Downdraft.’ The Downdraft is the most powerful production variant of the Countach built by the Lamborghini factory, and it’s the only Countach variant Lamborghini submitted for FIA Homologation (Group B # 291). Just over 300 of these automotive icons were built by Nuova Automobile Lamborghini SpA, and this example represents one of the very best remaining today.

1986 Lamborghini Countach QV 'ex-Patrick Mimran'
SOLDAUG 7, 2021

1986 Lamborghini Countach QV 'ex-Patrick Mimran'

Sackey & Co. | Private Sales is proud to report our sale of this storied 1986 Lamborghini Countach QV 'ex-Patrick Mimran'.

2012 Lexus LFA
SOLDAPR 22, 2021

2012 Lexus LFA

Sackey & Co. | Private Sales is proud to report our sale of this 2012 Lexus LFA.

1994 Lamborghini Diablo SE30
SOLDFEB 2, 2021

1994 Lamborghini Diablo SE30

Sackey & Co. | Private Sales is proud to report our sale of this Diablo SE30 serial no. 009/150. Produced by the factory in January of 1994, RLA12009 is 1 out of only 25 Tipo USA SE30s built. It is the only example delivered to California in striking SE30 Purple, and was specified by the original owner with a beautiful blue Alcantara interior.

2005 Porsche Carrera GT
SOLDSEP 22, 2020

2005 Porsche Carrera GT

Sackey & Co. | Private Sales is proud to report our sale of this 2005 Porsche Carrera GT.

2005 Porsche Carrera GT
SOLDJUN 27, 2020

2005 Porsche Carrera GT

Sackey & Co. | Private Sales is proud to report our sale of this 2005 Porsche Carrera GT.

1985 Ferrari 288 GTO
SOLDAPR 19, 2018

1985 Ferrari 288 GTO

Sackey & Co. | Private Sales is proud to report our sale of this 1985 Ferrari 288 GTO.

2005 Porsche Carrera GT
SOLDAPR 17, 2018

2005 Porsche Carrera GT

Sackey & Co. | Private Sales is proud to report our sale of this 2005 Porsche Carrera GT.

1986 Ferrari 288 GTO 'ex-Niki Lauda'
SOLDJUN 2, 2016

1986 Ferrari 288 GTO 'ex-Niki Lauda'

Sackey & Co. | Private Sales is proud to report our sale of this ex-Niki Lauda Ferrari 288 GTO. 58339 was specially built for Niki Lauda by express authorization of Enzo Ferrari himself, likely as a reward to Lauda for winning two F1 World Titles for Ferrari.

1991 Ferrari F40
SOLDFEB 2, 2014

1991 Ferrari F40

Sackey & Co. | Private Sales is proud to report our sale of this 1991 Ferrari F40 with just 172 miles from new.

1971 Lamborghini Miura SV 'ex-Shah of Iran'
SOLDJAN 15, 2012

1971 Lamborghini Miura SV 'ex-Shah of Iran'

Sackey & Co. | Private Sales is proud to report our sale of this 1971 Miura SV 'ex-Shah of Iran'. Miura SV #4870 was special ordered by His Imperial Highness Shah Mohammed Reza Pahlavi, the most prominent person ever to order a new Lamborghini. #4870's famous first owner is confirmed in the Factory's own current certification letter dated 9th February 2000 which simply states that #4870 was built "for supply to the Shah of Iran." It is worth noting that the Lamborghini factory rarely ever issues a certification letter confirming the historical provenance of any Miura, therefore 4870 has an unusualy well-established provenance. The celebrated Lamborghini historian Stefano Pasini wrote of 4870 in his 'Lamborghini Revisita' book: "In fact it is practically impossible to find a first owner who can give such importance to a car. Neither the Pope, nor the President of the United States, nor the President of the Soviet Union have ever owned a Miura. Therefore no other P400 can claim to have a more famous. . . owner". This most historic Miura SV was completed on the second of July 1971, finished in 'bleu notte' (PPG paint code no. 2.443.681) and fitted with the factory's air-conditioning option. The build sheet shows that Carozzeria Bertone had initially finished the body in a slightly lighter 'bleu ischia', but as always, the Shah had this changed by the factory to exactly what he wanted: a stunning dark metallic blue. One of our period factory sources states that the Shah personally visited the factory briefly in early 1971, accompanied by his wife Queen Farah Diba, en route from his winter home in St Moritz, Switzerland to the Royal Palace in Teheran. The enthusiast Shah was renowned for his special relationship with Italian car factories (His Imperial Highness had Maserati create the 5000GT just for him. They went on to build 34 unique examples naming the first two 'Maserati 5000GT Shah of Persia' in his honor) and Lamborghini was no exception. The Shah's VIP standing with the main Italian Sportscar factories ensured that a special or uprated version of the model he desired was afforded him, as cost was no object. The Factory build sheet for #4870 clearly shows that engine #30622 was of a very special specification relative to standard SVs. Bench-tested to 8000rpm, the engine is noted to develop 47.6mkg (337ftlbs) of torque @ 5750rpm, instead of the standard spec of 40.7mkg (289ftlbs) of torque at 5750rpm. This puts its power output at closer to 450bhp, relative to the standard output of 385bhp. According a factory engineer who helped build the car, components for 4870's highly tuned engine came from the original factory Jota's spare parts box. #4870 thus shared some original parts (high-compression pistons etc) with the Jota. The Shah's special-order SV also has the unique distinction of being the first SV 'speciale' built by the factory. The Shah was of such stature that it was quite normal for him to receive the very first example of any production one-off. In keeping with this, he also received the first factory SVJ, later in 1971. The Shah's Lamborghini's were delivered via S.E.A Automobili in Rome, as was #4870. After security clearance, this SV was flown to Teheran, Iran, and stored under armed guard at the Royal Niavaran Palace with the Shah's collection of several hundred cars. By account of both the Shah's family and the caretaker of his collection, the Shah adored this Miura SV and often drove it, with armed SAVAK security guards in tow in a Mercedes 600. In the mid-70s the car was shipped back to the Factory to perform some service work and a few modifications. In 1976, His Majesty had this Miura shipped back to the factory for maintenance. The factory installed a Jota front end and retrimmed the interior in dark blue leather (see Pasini's Lamborghini Revisita no.5 book). Unlike the Shah's other Miura (no.4934), this Miura was actually driven regularly (as its mileage attests) not only by the Shah, but by his brother, other members of the Royal family and the Shah's car collection manager. Perhaps this was the reason that the original impractical white leather was thankfully replaced by something more fitting for a thoroughbred sports car. . . . . The factory's 1976 work order was signed off by an R.Vecchi. In January 1979, the Shah went into exile fleeing the fierce Islamic ruler Ayatollah Khomeini. The SV, together with the rest of the collection was seized, becoming government property and was poorly stored thereafter. On January 24th 1991, #4870 was imported into Italy after being 'rescued' from Iran. This was reported in the August 1991 issue of Classic and Sportscar, in which the magazine stated: "Despatched from Sant Agata in July 1971, it formerly belonged to the Shah of Iran, being part of his extensive stable of fine motor cars. . . .The Shah's cars - hundreds, the word is - were kept in vast garages at the Royal Palace, and after the revolution, most were left untouched by the new regime." It was taken to Italy where it was refurbished in 1991 to 1993. Unfortunately, the project was completed with many items missing or simply incorrectly done, relative to the car's original specification. Sadly, this typifies many Italian restorations and the refurbishment was performed poorly, without careful research and thorough completion. The Italian owner kept the car until 1998, when he sold it privately to Joe and Margaret Sackey via a European Broker. #4870 was extensively road-tested and found to need mechanical attention, so it was decided to embark on a thorough restoration. The goal of the project was to return the car to its original specification as used by the Shah, based on factory documentation, information by the very individuals who built it and information from the gentleman responsible for looking after the Shah's collection whilst #4870 lived in Teheran. In 2000, the engine block was shipped to Bob Wallace himself, where it was completely 'blueprinted' with many additional factory reccomended upgrades performed (split-sump, transfer gear oilers, Jota-spec deep sump with oil-counteraction baffles, competition steel nitride crankshaft, electronic ignition etc). Body, interior, chassis and further engine work and installation were performed very capably by Gary Bobileff, all to Pebble Beach standards. Work was finally completed in May 2002. It is worth noting that any Miura with the provenence of a documented 'Bob Wallace engine block blueprint with upgrades' indeed has the best possible scenario as Bob is simply the most experienced person around when it comes to Miura engines, and he has become renowned in America as the most respected engine builder of historic/racing engines. Miura SV #4870 is perhaps the most published Miura SV as it has been featured in the magazines Classic & Sportscar, Road & Track, Thoroughbred & Classic Cars, Auto Italia and in the Lamborghini Revisita book #5. In C&SCs July 1994 issue, the magazine boldly declared on its front cover; "We Drive The Best Miura in the World", and featured it in a major article entitled 'Magical Miura'. In the late 90s, 4870 was featured in the book entitled "Dream Cars - the best cars in the world", with a chapter featuring it extensively. At the factory's 1993, 30th Anniversary, international event in Italy, #4870 was the undisputed star, winning not only a trophy for "The Best Miura", but also one for being the best Lamborghini present at the event of over 100 cars. In 1999, #4870 won First Place in Class at the Newport Beach Concours D'Elegance, from a field of Ferraris, Maseratis, Alfas and other Lamborghinis (including the Ex-Shah of Persia Miura SVJ; the two cars, previous stablemates at the Royal Palace in Teheran, were reunited at this event). #4870 still has all its original equipment including books, tools, original Pirelli CN12 tires and its original license plate TEH-88540 as registered in Teheran to the man known as 'Shahanshah' (King of Kings). #4870 is registered as an Historical Vehicle in California with the registration 998J. The car also has its original Teheran Government licence plates TEH-88540 (fully restored in green on white) as came with the car. Sometimes for Concours and show purposes only, the car carries period black Italian export plate EE ('Escursionisti Esteri') 21684. In October 2002, #4870 won First Place in Class and Best Closed Car of the Newport Coast Concours D'Elegance. It is worth noting that this SV's original low mileage of approximately 12,500 miles is attested to by the relatively good condition of the car's original Pirelli CN12 tires (which are still on the car today!). Identification markings on the Shah's Miura SV are as follows: 4870 on the chassis ID plate in standard location, and on the front chassis cross frame member within a red-painted rectangular strip. 735 stamped on the doors and body sections throughout. 30622 stamped on the original engine block between the cylinder heads in the standard location. The forward-facing cylinder head is stamped S3252, the cylinder block itself is stamped MZ006 and the rearward-facing cylinder block is stamped D8260. Needless to say, #4870 is a matching numbers car throughout. At the June 1st, 2003 California Concours D'Automobile, #4870 won First Place in Class (Lamborghinis of all years 1964 onwards) and Best Of Show (Ferraris, Maseratis & Lamborghinis of all vintages). Apparently, the experienced judging team appreciated this historic Miura SV in its restored-to-original specification as used by the Shah. Marcello Gandini was the honorary judge/esteemed guest, and was heard to utter "bello, molto bello. . . " upon encountering #4870 on the concours field. Gandini graciously autographed the car's original owners manual, and several photos were taken with the Miura's designer in appreciation of this particular example."

1968 Lamborghini Miura P400 Roadster
SOLDJUN 15, 2010

1968 Lamborghini Miura P400 Roadster

Sackey & Co. | Private Sales is proud to report our sale of this one-of-a-kind 1968 Lamborghini Miura P400 Roadster.