The iconic, orange Lamborghini Miura seen in the opening of the original The Italian Job movie is . If that didn't make it rare enough, it's the only one produced in 1968 in this unique Arancio orange and white leather combo.
The Miura had a new engine fitted to it in 2011 because of a hairline crack in the block, but you can also have the original matching-numbers block with the sale. It has had five owners since it was first sold in 1968, and combined they only put about 12,000 miles on it.
This listing doesn't have a price, but if Rod Stewart's $2 million Miura is anything to go by, you can expect the price to reside somewhere around there.
For context, here's The Italian Job's opening scene. Just look at that glorious machine.