This 1974 Lamborghini Urraco P250S is a European-market example that was sold new in Italy and spent time in Belgium before being imported to the US in 2014. Power is from a mid-mounted 2.5L V8 paired with a five-speed manual transaxle, and the car is finished in blue over black leather upholstery. Equipment includes air conditioning, a Sony AM/FM CD stereo, electric windows, pop-up headlamps, fog lights, rear window louvers, and 14” Campagnolo wheels. A mechanical overhaul was performed in 2015 that included rebuilds of the engine and carburetors, along with replacement of the transmission synchros, clutch, and A/C compressor. This Urraco is being offered by the selling dealer with an owner’s manual, service records beginning in the mid-1980s, and a Texas title.

The Bertone-designed bodywork is believed to have been repainted its current shade of blue some time during previous ownership. Exterior details include pop-up headlights, rear window louvers, front fog lamps, quad exhaust outlets, and European-spec chrome bumpers. The taillights were replaced in 2015, and various touched-up paint imperfections are pointed out in the gallery below.

The 14” Campganolo wheels are mounted with 205/70 Vredestein Sprint Classic tires, and a matching spare is found in the front storage area. Service in 2016 included replacement of the rear trailing arms and front and rear camber bolts.

The 2+2 cabin houses leather-trimmed seats that are believed to have been re-dyed black during previous ownership, along with color-coordinated carpets and door panels. Amenities include air conditioning, electric windows, and a Sony AM/FM CD stereo. The seats show signs of wear, and the dye is beginning to fade on the passenger door panel. The A/C compressor was replaced in 2015, and a replacement shift boot was installed in 2020. The driver’s door jamb features a signature from Lamborghini test driver Valentino Balboni.

A leather-wrapped steering wheel sits ahead of Jaeger instrumentation that includes a 280-km/h speedometer, a tachometer with a 7,500-rpm redline, auxiliary gauges, and a VDO analog clock. The five-digit odometer shows approximately 40k kilometers (~25k miles), though total mileage is unknown.

The transverse-mounted 2.5-liter V8 is located behind the passenger compartment and features four carburetors. Service records from Evans Automotive Repair of Columbus, Ohio total over $111k and document work performed between 2015-2020, including a mechanical overhaul in 2015 that consisted of rebuilding the engine, water pump, and all four carburetors, as well as boring and honing the cylinders, machining the heads, and polishing the crankshaft. Additional work at that time included repainting and resealing the engine, refurbishing the connecting rods, and installing .020” oversized pistons, ceramic-coated ANSA headers, and a QuickSilver stainless-steel exhaust system. The ignition switch and starter relay were replaced in 2018, and maintenance in 2020 included replacement of the following components:
• Distributor, points, and condenser
• Timing belt
• Spark plugs
• Throttle cable
• Exhaust manifold gaskets
• Starter solenoid

Power is sent to the rear wheels via a five-speed manual gearbox that was resealed and fitted with replacement synchros and an upgraded clutch and hydraulic cylinder in 2015. The flywheel was resurfaced at that time, while the clutch release bearing and transmission carrier plate were replaced in 2020. Additional underbody images are provided in the gallery below, along with records dating back to the mid-1980s.
The Texas title notes “VIN certification waived” under the remarks section.

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