A copy owned by the brand museum was brought to London, UK, where it was first displayed at the Royal Automobile Club (RAC) headquarters, which was founded in 1897.
Then the coupe, a dark blue Espada "series 3" of 1976 with the chassis number "9090", went to Abbey Road. For your information, this is the street where, at number 3, the legendary recording studios where the Beatles gave birth to the aptly named album "Abbey Road".
This Beatles album is as famous for its musical content as for its cover photo, in which we see the "four boys in the wind" in profile crossing one behind the other the pedestrian crossing in front of Abbey Road Studios .
Also Lamborghini has benefited from the arrival of Espada on the spot, as an incalculable number of tourists each year, to immortalize by reproducing the iconic cliché with his car as a model. The published photo is slightly yellowed for a "vintage" effect.