Styled at Bertone by the legendary Marcello Gandini, the 2+2 Jarama succeded Lamborghini's Islero grand tourer in 1970.
Powered by a mighty 3.9 litre V12, the Jarama came in two variants, the GT model with 350bhp and the GTS with 365bhp (and other upgrades such as power steering and optional targa roof panels). A 160mph maximum speed was attainable for the brave. The Jarama was too heavy to be considered a sports car, but it was a consumate GT, becoming one of founder Ferrucio's favourite Lamborghinis.
Prices have rocketed in recent years, with mint Jaramas fetching north of £150k at auction. However, it's dowdy looks and uninspiring performance lacked the drama of other classic Lamborghinis of the era.