Following on my post below, of the April 1970 Road & Track featuring the Lamborghini Muira on its cover, is my Matchbox Muira from their 1970 Speed King series. These were larger than Matchbox's standard models, 1:43 scale. The proportions are pretty much correct, but the wheels are totally wrong, and the trim is pretty much just molded into the metal without much paint used to pick out the details. There is a separate black plastic piece used for the rear slats, and the headlights are gray metal, which gives this four-inch long model just enough detail to make it a decent model. The rear engine cover lifts to reveal the V12 engine's transverse placement. What can be seen of the ivory plastic-molded interior, the shapes are correct if not detailed in any way. I don't remember the price of these larger Matchboxes, but I doubt they were much more than $4.00 at a time when the regular Matchboxes were about 75 cents. This is a Lesney Matchbox, made in England.
Once again, hard to believe I've now owned this little car for forty years.