Evaluation: Sold new in England. Went to the U.S. in the early 1970s. Went to Germany in 2014 after being repainted red and put into storage for 15 years. Then restored from 2014-18 in its original colors. Everything looks fresh and gorgeous with no corners cut. No flaws visible or noted. Located in Germany.
Bottom Line: The follow-up to Lamborghini’s debut model, the 350 GT, the 400 GT was a measured improvement on the 350 in many ways but styling was not one of them. The two share the same shape by Touring, which wasn’t the Carrozzeria’s finest, but it is striking and this Verde Scuro (dark green) color looks great on it. This car sold very strongly and it deserved to do so. With fewer than 250 400 GTs built, it’s unlikely that another one this fresh and nice will be popping up for sale any time soon.