Price of a lamborghini 350GT and Specs

Dream Fantasy Cars-Lamborghini 350GT
Lamborghini 350GT
Lamborghini 350GT
  • Duration of production 1964–1966.
  • Numbers produced 135.
  • Engine V12 3.464-litre (211.4 cid).
  • Price range $116983
Designer(s) Carrozzeria Touring
  • Top speed 249 km/h (155 mph).
  • Transmission 2,550 mm (100.4 in).
  • Wheelbase 1,730mm (68.1 in).
  • Width 1,730 mm.
  • Height 1,220 mm.
  • Kerb weight 1,450 kg.
The 350 GT had an all-aluminium alloy V12 engine mated to a five-speed ZF manual transmission.It had an aluminium body (some had steel bodies), a Salisbury differential, four-wheel independent suspension, and vacuum servo-assisted Girling disc brakes all round.
It had a wheelbase of 2,550 millimetres, with a front and rear axle track of 1,380 millimetres. It measured 4,640 millimetres long by 1,730 millimetres wide and was by 1,220 millimetres high. With its kerb weight of 1,450 kilograms, the 350 GT could accelerate from 0 to 100 kilometres per hour (0 to 62.1 mph) in 6.8 seconds, and from 0 to 100 miles per hour (0 to 161 km/h) in 16.3 seconds, and go on to reach a top speed of 254 kilometres per hour (158 mph).

Dream Fantasy Cars-Lamborghini 350GT
Lamborghini 350GT
GTV Prototype
The original Bizzarrini-designed 3.5 liter V12 was essentially a race motor, potentially developing 400 hp at 11,000rpm. In order to fit his grand touring car with a smoother, more pleasant, longer-lasting engine, that was "good for 40,000 hard miles between services"Ferruccio had Dallara and Wallace detune a version of this prototype "GTV" motor for street use.This included ;
  • Replacing the elaborate and costly racing type dry sump oiling system with a conventional wet sump oil pan.
  • Reducing the compression from 11.0:1 or above to 9.4:1.
  • Cutting back on the exotic materials specified for the crankshaft and other components to reduce cost.
  • Relocating the distributors to more accessible positions on the fronts of the exhaust camshafts.
  • Adoption of a single, very tall Lamborghini-made oil filter.
  • Replacing the expensive 36 mm vertical racing Webers with conventional sidedraft 40 DCOE Webers.
  • Softening the cam profiles.
This first "detuned" L350 engine was tested on October 3, 1963. The result—later fit in the 350 GT—was a very capable 270 bhp power plant[4] that could reach 254 kilometres per hour (158 mph) in top form. While this 350 GT design work continued, the GTV prototype was rushed to completion for the upcoming October 26 press meeting and the subsequent inauguration of the Turin Auto Show on the 30th. The GTV was shown at the Turin Auto Show with the original Bizzarrini "racing" V-12 engine—with its downdraft webers, rear distributors, etc. displayed alongside as it was not "adapted to the chassis." The car was a "non-runner" with the suspension arms simply tack-welded in place and the engine not installed. Lukewarm reaction to the car caused Ferruccio to postpone plans for immediate production and move on to the new 350 GT design.
In March 1964, only 5 months after the debut of the GTV in Turin, the "redesigned GTV" now called the 350 GT—was debuted at the Geneva Auto Show. It was greeted with sufficient enthusiasm that Ferruccio decided to proceed with production at Sant'Agata in May 1964.
Dream Fantasy Cars-Lamborghini 350GT
Lamborghini 350GT
As was the case with the motor, Bizzarrini's GTV "racing" chassis design was the basis of Dallara’s 350 GT "street" chassis. Using far heavier materials, Dallara created an extremely strong chassis from square-section tubing which provided easy entry and exit through the doors, aided in the quietness of the car, and provided a solid platform on which to mount the body, much like the Aston Martin DB4.

The suspension was fully independent, with unequal-length wishbones and concentric coil-spring-damper units. The rear suspension wishbones were offset towards the spring mountings to resist driving and braking torque, which provided superior handling.
Dream Fantasy Cars-Lamborghini 350GT
Lamborghini 350GT

Quality control of the early 3.5 liter engines was very high. Each one underwent tests for 24 hours on a Schenk Walge dynamometer, being run for the first 12 hours under electric power, and then with petrol at increasing speeds. A detailed analysis was made of its behavior before installation in the car for at least 500 kilometres of mixed-test running by Wallace.
Dream Fantasy Cars-Lamborghini 350GT
Lamborghini 350GT

The Lamborghini 350 GT retailed for $15,600 USD ($116983 today).

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