Correction work and over-all maintenance for a recreation of the famous LAMBORGHINI MIURA JOTA
For those who don’t know, the LAMBORGHINI MIURA JOTA is an icon in automotive history. This one-of-a-kind car, constructed near enough from scratch by Lamborghini’s chief test driver Bob Wallace, crashed and burnt out in 1971, leaving only the engine in a condition to be salvaged. Car enthusiasts have recreated the car by piecing together what little photos and information there is available.
This particular recreation has taken 15 years to build, and as more images of the original LAMBORGHINI MIURA JOTA have surfaced, the expert team at Jworx have been responsible for the correction and maintenance work.