It's a very rare right-hand-drive example.

Depending on who you ask about the world's first supercar, the two most common answers are likely to be either the Mercedes-Benz 300SL with its gullwing doors or the Lamborghini Miura. This video focuses on the latter as the folks from Topaz Detailing take an ultra-rare example of the already seldom-seen SV variant and give it a paint protection wrap. Now, the owner can have a little more confidence in taking the machine for a drive without worrying about harming the machine's beautiful appearance. 

This is just one of seven Miura SV's in right-hand drive, and it wears a gorgeous shade of robin's egg blue with light gray side sills. The SV debuted in 1971 as a higher-performance version of the model. Tweaks to the engine pushed the output to 380 horsepower (283 kilowatts), instead of 345 hp (257 kW) for the standard model. The body received wider fenders that allowed for fitting broader wheels.

Gallery: Lamborghini Miura SV Detailing Video

Topaz Detailing starts by thoroughly cleaning and then detailing the Miura to make sure that the body is pristine before applying the paint protection film. Older vehicles like this Lamborghini have handmade panels. This forces the company to measure each part before applying the covering, rather than checking half and applying those figures to the other side of the vehicle.

Topaz Detailing precuts the pieces, and then the workers undertake the laborious process of applying them to the body. Getting all of the air bubbles out is quite a job. Afterward, the crew adds a ceramic coating over the film for even protection. The result is a beautiful, classic supercar that can undertake a road trip and look immaculate upon arriving at the destination.