1964 Lamborghini 350GT

Last Saturday I went to the Italian Day lawn event at the Larz Anderson Auto Museum.  To be honest I don't have much of an understanding of the differences between Ferraris, Lamborghinis, and Maseratis.  Of course I know they are expensive and refined luxury automobiles. But the best I can say is that I know a red Ferrari when I see it!  Nevertheless, though I am lacking in the knowledge department, I can appreciate the beauty of these sexy Italian machines.

At the event there was also a smattering of Alfa Romeos (there was a beautiful red one from 1959 which I will feature in another blog post), and I pretty much skipped over the Fiats.  I was simply too enraptured by a couple of Ferraris, one burgundy Lamborghini (below), and a red Alpha Romeo, to spend any time with the Fiats.

Below I have posted about a dozen pictures of my favorite automobile…by far… at the event.  It is a 1964 Lamborghini 350GT.  

The 350 GT was the first model made by Automobili Lamborghini after it was founded in 1963.  Between 1963 and 1967 only 120 of this model were made.  

The first image is an overall view of the automobile.  The others images were taken as I walked around the body a few times. The engine is a 3.5 liter aluminum V-12.  

Camera used for these images: Sony a6000 with Tamron 90mm macro lens plus circular polarizer.

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