Lamborghini Miura S
Many enthusiasts will claim that the Miura was the first proper supercar in the world. It had all the right ingredients. With a fantastic design, high performance, and an expensive price tag, Miuras were produced in limited quantities. The Miura was also the first car to feature several technical solutions that later became mandatory supercar segment features, like the mid-mounted V12 engine. If it wasn’t the first, it is undoubtedly one the most influential (via Car Scoops).
So it makes sense that all Miuras are in well-guarded collections or museums. But there are still a few hiding in the barns. One of them was uncovered in 2015 in Germany, having been stashed for decades. The original owner passed and his brother took care of the collection but kept quiet about the yellow Miura. However, automotive detectives found it in a barn in the German countryside. The car was dusty but surprisingly original.