In the classic 1969 film “The Italian Job” with Michael Caine, there was a historic supercar, the Lamborghini Miura, which was once described by Enzo Ferrari as “the most beautiful car ever built”. Its unique design included the fitted rear-wheel and rear V12 engine as well as the opening of the two hoods that essentially revealed the chassis. At the proposal of the production company of Paramount Pictures, Lamborghini agreed and Miura became the first star of the film, climbing the helical turns of Great St. Bernard Pass, Switzerland, in the original scenes. The car disappeared after shooting, but thanks to the collector Fritz Kaiser has been fully restored with the collaboration of Lamborghini Polo Storico. It is important that Enzo Moruzzi, the man who drove the car from the factory to the filming location, provided important details about the original car and its origin. It is a dream car for the connoisseurs.