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The oldest Lamborghini available in the world



In 1963 for the first time in History, an automobile surpasses the Ferrari : the 350 GT founded the Lamborghini Legend


Our example is the ninth built, almost a prototype with specific construction - she is the earliest Lamborghini available worldwide

It is very probable that such a very early car was personnally road-tested by Ferrucio himself...


PRICE : 750,000 €


World record for a Lamborghini : a Veneno roadster sold for 8,000,000 $




The extremely limited production (less than 10) but above all, the passion for Lamborghini justifiy

this incredible figure ; it confirms the steady increase in the price of the most exclusive and rare Automobiles

Some say that the Veneno looks like Batman's car, but its shape neverthless belongs to the

half-century long Lamborghini aesthetical tradition of provocative and extraordinary design


This car is worth today about 2 times its original price (4,5 M£), not unusual for an extremely rare Collector item



The Lamborghini Pregunta officially certified by the Polo Storico Lamborghini



Pictured with the Dassault Rafale Jet-Fighter (both wear the same stealth paint), the fabulous Pregunta, last prototype of the Italian era

Just certified by the Polo Storico of the Lamborghini factory, as "a relevant and important part of the Lamborghini History"


PRICE : 2,5 M€




In agreement with Autodrome, Lamborghini will exhibit

the Pregunta in the Sant'Agata Museum for the next six months



RETROMOBILE : Lamborghini and Autodrome Paris present the Lamborghini Pregunta in Paris


Lamborghini-Paris, 8 Feb. : Neldo Levy (Autodrome) is about to start the Pregunta

to the delight of the guests. This prototype had never been publicly seen since 2008




During the Paris Retromobile Classic Car Show, the Polo Storico of the Lamborghini factory and Autodrome Paris, displayed the one-off Pregunta V12 (Geneva 1998) at the Lamborghini-Paris showroom. The presentation took place on February 8th, upon invitation to Factory Clients and Lamborghini specialists, by Mr. Stevanin, Polo Storico Lamborghini Director, and Piero Stroppa, former assistant to Gandini and Giugiaro. Among Italian XXth Century prototypes and dream-cars, very few have such a visual impact. The Pregunta, built on a modified Diablo chassis and engine, could have made it to production, as the Lamborghini extreme Super-Car of the years 2000. Learn more here.


The Lamborghini Polo Storico has just certified that the Pregunta is an important part of the firm's history. This triggered the decision for Lamborghini to display this prototype in their Museum at the Sant'Agata Officina, among the most legendary Lamborghini in history. This unique opportunity will enable Collectors and experts to examine this (perfectly operational) Lamborghini dream-car, as a swan song of the "Italian" period of the Sant’Agata make, and a statement of bold audacity and style.









Berlinette V12 - carbon fibre monocoque (1990)



The mythical Monte-Carlo Lamborghini, first road-Car with Carbon chassis, ahead of the tubular-chassis Ferrari F40.

Powered by a 455 HP Countach engine officially provided by Lamborghini

A Monte-Carlo Automobile reached 354 km/H (221 mph) at Le Mans in 1993. We own the first example built. Read the whole story here




The mighty "downdraft" Countach QV powerplant is one of the key assets of the Monte-Carlo

This fabulous V12 quad-cam engine combined with the carbon chassis was a world-première for a road-car

We own the very first Monte-Carlo Lamborghini ever built, formely owned by Lamborghini


PRICE : 795,000 €






Lamborghini Countach LP400S Series 1 "Low-body"


Price : on application


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Enigmatic : the stealth Supercar, 3.5 litre of thoroughbred power


"Certainly the nearest thing to a Cosworth I have ever driven on the road"

(Jonathan Palmer, ex-Tyrrell & Williams Formula 1 driver)




The mighty quad-cam V8 with its impressive performance seems ready to go full throttle even when the Lamborghini Jalpa 3500 is standing still

The elegant and yet menacing design of the "petite" Countach, inspired by the Lamborghini Athon concept-car, combines race DNA and Bertone Haute-Couture




LAMBORGHINI JALPA 3500, Black with Cartier Red upholstery, 1984

This fine no-rust example was delivered new in Italy, and has been in the hands of a former Lamborghini Importer for 25 years. Odometer shows a mileage of 35,000 km only. Very good condition, upholstery exceptionnally preserved, supple and voluptuous. A rare and thrilling Classic Lamborghini. Price: [ TOO LATE, sold ]


LANCIA Flaminia Coupé Touring 2.5, with freshly overhauled 2,8 engine

Touring magic, and the quality of Lancia in its best period, one of the most beautiful GT of the XXth Century, with the Superleggera bodywork, and a delight to drive.

PRICE : 85.000 €


LAMBORGHINI Jalpa 3500, Rosso with Champagne leather, 1983


Very early example, inside fuel filler, single mirror, only 2800 km on the odometer. No rust, engine starts and runs wonderfully. She needs some cosmetic work: upholstery has to be re-assembled, it was partly dismantled in view of a new paintwork (needed). More detailed information on request. Price : 68,000 €.


LAMBORGHINI 350 GT (1964) - one of the first ten Lamborghini ever built in History


First Lamborghini in History, powered by the legendary V12 designed by Giotto Bizzarrini, who designed the Ferrari 250 GTO. With the 350 GT, Ferruccio humbled Enzo Ferrari, with 4 OHC, independent suspensions on all wheels and a fabulous Touring Sperleggera bodywork. Ours is the 6th Lamborghini ever built. The very source of the Legend. 750,000 €.



In 1990 under the supervision of ex-Ferrari, Alfa-Romeo, & Autodelta engineer Carlo Chiti, Monte-Carlo Automobile, presentend the World first carbon-chassis GT, powered by a Lamborghini V12 engine. We have acquired the very first Monte-Carlo Lamborghini built. Restored to its original colour by Carrosserie Lecoq. Price : 795,000 €


FERRARI 365 GT/4 - rarer than the Daytona : one of only 400 Lhd built (1974)


Powered by the (mildly modified) Daytona engine, styled by Leonardo Fioravanti (designer of the Daytona and BB), it is the most expensive Ferrari of its time, acquired by par Mick Jagger and other celebrities. Our example is in remarkable condition, with original leather. Very attractive investment.

The best investment opportunity in a Classic V12 Ferrari. 98,000 €

ASA-FERRARI 1000GT / 411, one-off with Vetroresina bodywork


Discovered in the USA, this berlinetta ASA is the only one known with glassfibre bodywork. It could be the Targa Florio 1966 race car, but possibly also special prototype "411 Vetroresina". Anyway, this car is unique. Almost complete and well preserved, she needs a restoration, and we hope to find out more about her History...

150.000 €

LOTUS EUROPE Type 46 very first Series (1967) - 1 of 300 built


The first mid-engine road-legal Lotus inspired by the F1 World Champion and Indianapolis Lotus single-seaters. The 1st series is he only version with fixed, aircraft-style windows, and chassis bonded to the glassfibre moncoque. Our example is one of the handful still with original engine, gearbox, bodywork and interior. 35.000 €

FOURNIER-MARCADIER Barzoï Gullwing 1600 S Gordini (1966), rare mid-engine version


Fournier-Marcadier first creation was a Lotus 23-inspired racing barchetta, affordable and fast. The ultra-rare Barzoï berlinetta with gullwing doors challenged the Alpine. Our example is the best verison with central 1600S Gordini engine, and street-legal thanks to a French Title. Very exclusive and of great historic interest, a race car for the road.

Price on application


MOTOCYCLE LAMBORGHINI Boxer-Bikes Design 90 (1986) - one of less than 10 with aerodynamic fairing


The one and only Lamborghini motorcycle was so expensive that only a handful were ever built. Designed for Lamborghini by the racing motorbikes manufacturer compétition Boxer-Bikes, it offers the best technology with an outrageous, Countach-inspired fairing style. Autodrome owns two, a 900cc example and another, with 1000 cc engine.

MOTOCYCLETTE MIDUAL Type 1 - upon special order


Midual Type 1 - Luxury Motorcycle hand-crafted in France, upon special order. Midual's own twin engine is a pinnacle of quality and finish. Unique light alloy cast monocoque frame technology, and a passion for perfection - Available from Autodrome Paris


ASA-FERRARI 1000GT (1966) - one of only 90 built


The mysterious Ferrari berlinetta was sold under an alias, ASA - as was the Dino, so as to segregate from the bigger Ferraris. The engine has more BHP per litre than the GTB ! Chassis by Bizzarrini, style by Giugiaro. [Too late, sold]

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René-Bonnet Aérodjet Le Mans 1963 was offered by Artcurial (Rétromobile 2018)

Estimated 250.000-350.000 €



The ultra-aerodynamic version of the Djet (#7013) - Le Mans 1963



The very first René-Bonnet "Djet" was a prototype raced at Le Mans in 1962, followed four months later by the street version, which was the first road-legal mide-engine car in History. The following year, for the 24 H. of Le Mans 1963, a new, extended bodywork was developped, called "Aerodjet". Three Aerodjet partcipated in the race. Chassis #7014 took the 11th position overall, and won the Indice Energetique ...before the winning Ferrari.

Aerodjet #7013 auctionned by Artcurial was powered by the Gordini 1108 cc engined created by Amedeo Gordini for racing. Due to technical problems the car finished the race but was not included in the overall ranking.


The later Djet VS and Djet VI, with Gordini 1108 cc and 1300 engines are the direct descendants of the Le Mans Djets. Very close to the Mans protytpes: 612 Kg for the race cars and 615 kg for a Djet VS. Tubular chassis was modified to incorporate a central beam but the ultra-light glassfibre bodywork stayed a structural part of the car.




Four month after Le Mans 1962, the road-legal Djet was available, firstly under the name René-Bonnet, then Matra-Bonnet, both powered by the Gordini 1108 cc

(The Djet VS pictured here above is our property)



Did you say avant-garde...?



First man in outer space, Yuri Gagarine presents his new car. And he can be proud of it :

This aerodyamic berlinette is simply the first mid-engine road-car in History...!


Introduced at le Mans in 1962, do you know the make and type ...? (click on the picture above)



Clues : left picture, Le Mans 1962... right : Howard Hanna, Sebring 1964...





Multiple Le Mans winner Henri Pescarolo tested the Monte-Carlo Lamborghini on the Castellet-Paul Ricard race track.

A couple of weeks later a Monte-Carlo recorded 354 km/h on the Hunaudières during the Le Mans practice



The most exclusive Supercar ever : back in the eighties, a most ambitious project took shape, under the technical supervision of not less than legendary Ferrari, Alfa-Romeo, Autodelta engineer Carlo Chiti. Managing the newly created Monte-Carlo Automobile was F2/F3000 and prototype race driver Fulvio-Maria Ballabio, along with carbon-composite pioneer and F1 constructor Guglielmo Bellasi, and with Luigi Corbari (ex-Brabham & Alfa-Romeo F1 Team manager. To complete the picture, Prince Rainier himself supported the project with enthusiasm and with a long term vision for the yound and proud Monaco Company...



Fulvio-Maria Ballabio (left) with Prince Albert during a presentation of the MonteCarlo



Fulvio-Maria Ballabio persuaded Lamborghini to officially supply their latest V12 engine - taken from the Countach Quattrovalvole ! A huge 455 HP power was now available to make the future mid-engine super-car a true "prototype for the road" that would challenge the cream of the cream of Luxury GTs. Chiti and Bellasi managed to present the first carbon-chassis GT in History in 1990, beating the "neo-Bugatti" EB110 by almost a year...The Monte-Carlo berlinette was named "Centenaire", in celebration of the centennial of the Monaco Automobile Club. Whilst the Ferrari F40 offered a couple more HP (475), in return the Monte Carlo boasted a carbon fibre hull which humbled the old-school tubular chassis of the F40. A memorable achievement for an extremely small and young car manufacturer.




A most impressive race-inspired berlinette with Lamborghini V12 power and carbon fibre chassis - what did you expect ?



Very limited hand-crafted production started soon, followed by another version called GTB, also in extremely small numbers (maybe two or three)...The very first Monte-Carlo was first acquired by the Lamborghini factory, then returned in the hands of founder Ballabio, and is now property of Autodrome-Paris. We are very proud to own this important piece of Lamborghini and Supercar History. The driving sensations of this no-compromise super fast GT are matchless, and the history behind this supercar is absolutely unique, with its Lamborghini partnership, Monaco Royal support and its bold, high-performance, high-tech concept.




The fabulous Lamborghini V12-Powered Monte-Carlo Automobile, fresh from bodywork restoration at Carrosserie Lecoq : a mysterious, impossibly rare Supercar, and a true milestone in Luxury GT History



The first Monte-Carlo Centenaire was acquired by the Sant'Agata Factory (period picture)

Now part of the Autodrome Collection. More : please click here








Engineer Paolo Stanzani (right), with Edmond Ciclet (Lamborghini-France, left) and Michel Levy (Autodrome, centre) at Lamborghini Sant'Agata factory.

Picture: Autodrome Paris


We have learned the sad news of the death of Paolo Stanzani, who created the very first Lamborghini in 1963, just after being hired by Ferruccio, with Gianpaolo Dallara. The Miura, the Espada, the Countach, the Islero, the prototype Bravo, all those legendary automobiles bear the fingerprint of Stanzani. Very young (24 years) in 1962 when he became part of Ferruccio Team of talents, he nevertheless managed, with a handful of highly gifted young designers and engineers, to create the car that would beat Ferrari: the 350 GT, first Lamborghini in History and a car that re-invented the meaning of Gran Turismo. The Countach was Stanzani's next achievement, a car that broke all rules with an out-of-this world Gandini design. The V8 Jalpa 3,5-litre engine is another of his technology brainchild.

Stanzani was also in charge of the conception of the Bugatti EB110, but left the Company due to disagreement on strategy with the the boss Romano Artioli. Even though his talent is the root from which the EB110 originated, his name has been "politically" and unfairly cancelled from the history of the firm. Together with the 350 GT, the Miura and the Countach LP400, the EB110 remains one of his materpieces and one of the most advanced automobile of the past Century.

His name will stay carved in the heaven of the best Engineers of the XXth century, with Colin Chapman, Mauro Forghieri, Carlo Chiti, Keith Duckworth, Gioacchino Colombo, among a few others...

Paolo Stanzani gave us two interviews about the birth of Lamborghini and of the Countach, and about the "resurrection" of Bugatti in the early nineties.




Lamborghini 350 GT - "Mother of All Lamborghini" - 1964



Lamborghini Miura - 1966



Lamborghini LP400 (part of Autodrome private collection in the eighties)



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53 years ago, the Lamborghini 350 GT gave birth to an Automotive Legend




Lamborghini 350 GT, a breakthrough in Gran Turismo cars: a completely new aesthetical language by Touring, and technically ahead of Ferrari...

Giotto Bizzarrini created the marvellous V12 Quad-Cam 3.5-litre engine

Gianpaolo Dallara, then only 27-year old, designed the chassis, helped by junior engineers Pedrini, Bellini et Pedrazzi



Ferrucccio Lamborghini observes a model of the first production Lamborghini ever, the 350 GT (spring 1963)

Ferruccio's dream will come true in November of the same year, at the Turin MotorShow : the 350 GT was born


History of Lamborghini: 1963-1964


The ultimate elegance of this Haute-Couture bodywork is a memorable aesthetic statement, powered by a GiottoBizzarrini-designed V12 4-cam engine

After the 350 GT, "better than the contemporary Ferrari", Lamborghini launched the Miura, of which around 650 examples would be built.

The first and rarest Classic Lamborghini V12 remains the 350 GT. We own the sixth Lamborghini 350 GT ever built - the earliest available ; now for sale.





Motocyclette française de luxe. Only 35 will be built. Please consult Autodrome Paris to order your own example



Midual Type 1 - Luxury Motorcycle hand-crafted in France

High technology and a passion for perfect quality - Available from Autodrome Paris



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I am a Legend


The Source of the Myth: LAMBORGHINI 350 GT, the very first Lamborghini ever offered to wealthy Sports Cars enthusiasts. A car that  immediately humbled contemporary Ferraris

With its glorious V12 - 4-cam 3.5-litre powerplant designed by Bizzarrini, and its exquisite styling, the 350 GT is considered by many experts as Ferruccio's most important Masterwork


Lamborghini is the only Car manufacturer in History that has gained an immediate, world-wide fame with its first model.

It could have come from the outer space : the 350 GT, presented by a then unknown Company was technically superior to the contemporary Ferraris - the pinnacle of Sports Cars at that time. With its magnificent 4 OHC V12 all-alloy engine, front and rear independant suspension, Dallara-engineered chassis, an incredible quality of details, and a revolutionnary style that went beyond the mainstream of the early sixties. The shape combines elegance and energy, with not even a fraction of inch in excess ; the distinctive oval headlights stand proudly over the front boot in a sculptural manner ; the roof and pillars are of an exquisite delicacy, in contrast with the long and masculine front end ; the hyper-elegant and minimalist rear fenders suggest serene and immense power without any useless gimmick.

As a matter of fact the bodywork of the 350 GT is absolutely unique and has no common part with the 400 GT, that came just after : general volume is lower, rear window is larger, front fenders are more fluid ; the style is of a genius - Carlo Bianchi Anderloni of Touring - , a graceful and perfect inspiration. This rare automobile is comparable to a Michel-Angelo or Raphaël sketch. Nothing is overplayed, yet everything is there. The 350GT is a pure two-seater, lighter and leaner than the 400 GT 2+2. This light weight is the result of the use aluminum for all bodywork elements - (steel on the 400), fitted on a highly elaborated Superleggera thin tubular structure. The 3,5 Litre of the 350 GT became a 4,0-Litre for the 400, and the gearbox is a ZF, whilst Lamborghini used their own, more economical gearbox for the 400GT.

The number of 350 GT built is not established : in these early days (and even later) Lamborghini didn't pay much attention to written records. Official production figure is 120, but there are reasons to believe that only a hundred were actually delivered. The wherebouts of at least thirty 350 GT is unknown. On today's market, the offer of 350 GTS is very limited. The privileged Collectors who own a 350 GT keep them safely in their garage, as an inestimable Automotive Art Master Work.



A sublime modern sculture : with minimalist finesse Bianchi-Anderloni (Touring) combined power and elegance to achieve a unique Masterwork.

Our car for sale is very probably the one that was displayed on the Lamborghini Stand at the Salon de l'Auto de Paris 1964 (picture below).




For decades, AUTODROME has been collecting, restoring and selling the most beautiful and rare Classic Lamborghini.


Price : 730,000 €






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The one-off show-car MASERATI Boomerang has just been sold for 3,3 Millions €... This price demonstrates the extreme importance

of advanced style designs for Collectors : in the seventies, the Boomerang set a new style trend with its design based on straight lines.



Lamborghini Boxer Bike 900 cc 4-Cam (less than ten ever built). POA



"Ferrari 375 MM", Sculptor: Alain Moitrier, cast bronze, 1989. One of only 4 Artist's pieces.


Hand cast and polished by Fonderie Susse Frères (partners of Rodin, Giacometti) : 5.000€




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Left : Mr Jules Heumann, founder of the Pebble-Beach Concours of Elegance visits Autodrome's stand (with necktie: Neldo Levy, Director of Autodrome).  

Right :  before the official opening, three great Gran Turismo of the 50s, 60s and 70s : Aston Martin DBS, Lamborghini Countach LP400, Lancia Flaminia Touring.

The "Mardikian" Countach LP400 Spider, owned by Autodrome, was made for Rod Stewart, and was publicly displayed by us for the first time since the 80s...(photo AllSportauto)




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A major step in Sports cars History: how Chapman brought the F1 feeling to the road.





The Lotus Europe - type 46 -, revealed in 1966 is one of the very first GT with central engine, very close to racing prototypes.

Only a few have survived. Driving sensations are second to none. The competition type 47 version was a huge success on track.

Sought after by most Collectors, this kind of ultra-light hand built Classic GTs are impossible to build today, because of the legislation.

Interest for these sports cars is rising: Alpine, Matra-Bonnet Djet, Porsche 911 short wheel base (1966-67) are steadily on the rise in the market.




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Ferruccio Lamborghini presents his first V12, designed by ex-Ferrari Giotto Bizzarini


 A few of the fine automobiles parked during the Lamborghini meeting.


AUTODROME was invited to a really unique event : a friendly gathering of all the people who made the Lamborghini legend. Paolo Stanzani, Giotto Bizzarini, Ubaldo Sgarzi, Claudio Zampolli, GianCarlo Guerra, Orazio Salvioli, Fabio Lamborghini, Umberto Marchesi (chassis manufacturer) are only a few names among Ferruccio Lamborghini's Team that came to Sant'Agata for this exceptional days.



From L to R . 1- Neldo Levy (Autodrome) and Cesare Lodi, former Lamborghini test driver . 2- Edmond Ciclet, former Lamborghini France Technical Director talks to N. Levy and Paolo Stanzani, who designed  the Miura with Dallara, and the Countach, and Lamborghini CEO in the 70s. 3- Michel Levy (Autodrome) with  Giancarlo Guerra, former Scaglietti Head, who then was in charge of the Countach bodywork shop at Lamborghini. 4- M. Levy with Ubaldo Sgarzi, former Lamborghini and Pagani Commercial Director. 5- M. Levy with engineer Giotto Bizzarini who designed the first V12 Lamborghini after designing the Ferrari GTO. 6 - M. Levy with Paolo Stanzani, "God" for many Lamborghini lovers.




This gathering was focusing on people rather than cars, and very different from other events. It is very important to listen to all these key players of a period now gone, so as to record and preserve all the available information on the History of Lamborghini. This avoids all risks of distortion or mishandling of essential historical information. As Lamborghini collectors and historians, we have always strived to stay in direct contact with the former Lamborghini people, and we will continue to update and complete available information on this magical period.



The Lamborghini 350 GT of Edmond Ciclet (former Technical Director of the Lamborghini network in France).

This car is one of the earliest Lamborghini in existence, and it is of course in perfect condition : 1200 km, and back were just a warm-up.

As anticipated, this magnificent classic won the most sought-after prize of the best Lamborghini at the meting..









The famous luxury Japanese magazine ROSSO, specialising in classic cars, especially Lamborghini and Ferrari, was visiting Autodrome-Cannes a few months ago and has issued a long article on some of the "pearls" of the Lamborghini Autodrome collection (please click on the photos to open the 2 MB pdf document).



The Autodrome Cannes show-room pictured by the Japanese magazine ROSSO



The famous charity event "SPORT & COLLECTION, 300 FERRARI AGAINST CANCER" took place last week-end (1-2-3 june) on the Val-de-Vienne Circuit near Poitiers. 

AUTODROME was presenting the CD-PANHARD LM64,  one of the only two extraordinary prototypes having taken part in the 24 hours of Le Mans 1964, along with the Ford GT40, the Ferrari 275 P and GTO... A perfect opportunity to meet our clients and friends, and share our passion for classic and sports automobiles around this wonderful and famous racing car.

We had the pleasure to park side by side our fabulous CD-Panhard prototype, built for Le Mans 1964, and the production Panhard-CD : both cars

demonstrate the talent of Charles Deutsch, and engineer who took the Panhard-Levassor story one step ahead - the wonderful end of a Legend

Our CD-Panhard on the track : taken over by a Ferrari prototype, driven by David Piper in person ! What more could you dream of ?

A resurrection of a scene from the 24 Heures of Le Mans, with Ferrari (275, 330 P, LM), Ford GT, Cobra, and CD LM 64 as key players.

Another memorable scene, seen from the cockpit of the CD-Panhard LM64: we give way to a fabulous Ford GT40.

In the 1964 Le Mans race, the last surviving Ford driven by Phil Hill & Bruce Mc Laren retired roughly at the same time as our CD #45.



The British magazine Classic Cars highlights the Lamborghini Pregunta as one of the 10 best cars at Retromobile.

Classic Cars ranks the Lamborghini Pregunta displayed by Autodrome as one of the "Top 10 cars" at Retromobile,

with the Ferrari 250 GTO (Nick Mason's Collection) and the Martini Racing Porsche 917 (Porsche Museum).

Specialised magazine  "RETROVISEUR" says that AUTODROME is "the reference for Classic Lamborghini":

RETROVISEUR, one of the most respected classic car magazines, comments on Autodrome Cannes.

Their conclusion, based on Autodrome's experience and trust relationship with clients: "The best classic Lamborghinis always end at Autodrome-Cannes".


 "Autodrome Bulletin": Issue ##20 is available.

Previous issues:

Paolo Stanzani: "How Ferruccio Lamborghini and I launched the Bugatti EB110 project ..."

(Interview by Michel Levy, Autodrome).

From Cannes to Prague in a Pagani Zonda S... in one night and under a heavy rain.

Preview/For sale: Bugatti Veyron 16.4, Zonda F berlinetta new.

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Presentation of the PAGANI Zonda F at AUTODROME Cannes : a friendly gathering around a glass of Champagne.

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Autodrome clients demand exclusive automobiles, of the highest quality but also unusual ones. No wonder that precious encounters happen then...You only live once. Some individuals (not necessarily the richest ones) cannot stand to be lost in the crowd of banality, it's a matter of character - whether you have one or not. They just want to live up to their true expectations. One very special day, you see a car : it's this one - and no other - you just need it.

For many educated people, it's simply a Classic car...

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AUTODROME’s reputation, built through four decades, is based on a very unique way of doing business, where mutual trust is a key value. We have established long-term relations with our clients and partners, fostered by a shared enthusiasm for classic and performance cars. As a result, we are proud of providing our clients with the very best examples of prestige and sports cars available on the market.

AUTODROME has a triple expertise :

- Autodrome has been exclusive French importer for Pagani Automobili since 1999.

- We buy & sell Classic Automobiles, specialising in classic Lamborghini, Ferrari, Maserati, Lancia, Aston-Martin, Bentley, Bugatti, as well as sports and luxury modern cars.

- We sell new cars : Lamborghini, Ferrari, amongst others. With our 35-year experience, we offer the best advice and support for such investments, with excellent payment conditions. AUTODROME has excellent, long-standing relations with the Sant'Agata plant and takes your order for your new Lamborghini and Ferrari.

We select only the best opportunities, based on careful maintenance, history, rarity or price-to-value ratio. Autodrome provides cars in mint condition, or extremely rare, and always with expert advice to optimise your investment. Legends become available at surprisingly realistic prices, making it possible for you to enjoy the best of Classics, technology, luxury and style, whilst wisely investing your money.

Welcome to Autodrome ! 

Michel Levy: +33 (0)630 096 491 - Neldo Levy:  +33(0)686 699 827  - Worldwide Shipment


Your classic for sale ? Autodrome buys Lamborghini, Ferrari, Lotus Europe S1, Maserati, De Tomaso Mangusta.

A few classic cars that you may have bought from AUTODROME Paris or AUTODROME Cannes...

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