The Lamborghini Jarama is a 2+2 grand tourer manufactured and marketed by Italian car manufacturer Lamborghini between 1970 and 1976. It was styled by Bertone designer Marcello Gandini. Our 1971 example is the 86th car produced from a total 176 Series 1 cars made. All-together, Lamborghini produced just 328 units over the seven year period. Chassis number 10170 was taken from the production line on 15th July 1971 and sold to a Swiss trucking company, Brummer, who still exist today. It would appear to have had two Swiss owners before being sold by the famous father and son duo, Lutziger Classic Cars AG, hailing from the German sector of Bergdietikon in Switzerland. It was sold to a well-known German classic car collector in 2012 and has been in Germany ever since. With current German registration, the car is now showing 31,087 kilometers and is verified by the Lamborghini Register, who has acknowledged the car. The vehicle is offered with its original burgundy leather wallet, owner’s handbook, and original Certificato di assistenza in garanzia (warranty card), original tools and all 4 keys. It is a rare sight these days and certainly one for the Lamborghini enthusiasts and collectors.