The LP400 Periscopio is the most desirable Countach, with only 150 cars produced. This lovely example has travelled only 58,000 kilometres (less than 35,000 miles) from new, and is an factory RHD which was delivered new to Australia. The car has a fascinating history. By arrangement with the Australian importers the first owners collected it directly from the Lamborghini factory, and proceeded to go on a grand tour of Europe. Two weeks later, the car returned to the factory for a routine service with 3,449 kilometres on the odometer! Its first owners continued to enjoy the car in Europe and the UK for several months, and after a service in June 1978 in the UK, with 16,276 kilometres showing on its odometer, the car was shipped to Australia, where it would live for the next 36 years. Shortly after returning to Australia, the car was converted to LP400S specification, but this was immediately reversed by the current owner when he purchased the car in September 2005, apart from the upgraded rear suspension. The car was repainted in its correct shade of Rosso, but retains what is believed to be its original Nero interior. The engine was rebuilt almost twenty years ago. Today, the car p
• Year: 1977
• Mileage: 35000 mi
This stunning 1980's icon is a one-off. Only 23 RHD LP500S Countachs were built, and this is the only one factory delivered in yellow. The car has recently been totally restored to show condition in Italy, with a full photographic record. It is currently fitted with an "ANSA" sports exhaust which sounds awesome, but comes with an original factory system as well. Only 35,000 kms from new. The LP500S was the model Lamborghini intended the Countach to be from the start. However they had to stay with the 4 litre engine for the early models, because the 5 litre version was not production-car ready until 1982. This is an extremely collectible car which ticks every box (1980's poster car looks, the ultimate supercar of its time, known history from new, stunning unique colour, perfect restoration), and is a piece of modern art which can only appreciate in value.
• Year: 1983
• Mileage: 22000 mi
1988 Lamborghini Countach QV.......... Chequered Flag International is please to offer this 1988 Lamborghini Countach 5000 QV. Produced in October 1987 as a U.S. specification model with Bosch fuel injection, finished in the classic combination of white over a red leather interior, and had optional white painted wheels and the iconic rear spoiler, just as it is seen here today. The car is in superb original condition having been immaculately preserved by its previous owners for over the last 27 years and driven for only a total of 15,500 miles. One of the very few late model US delivery Countach's with 'European' style bumpers therefore looking exactly as Bertone intended. Complete with owner's Manual in original leather wallet, and extensive maintenance records documenting an engine out service less than 100 miles ago. Inspections encouraged all sales AS-IS. Sales tax and license fees due if delivered in California Please note: All vehicles over 10 years old are mileage EXEMPT . All of our cars are for sale locally in our showroom and we reserve the right to sell any of them at any time. It is our goal to provide the highest quality vehicles to our customers. However, please keep
• Year: 1988
To be OFFERED AT AUCTION WITHOUT RESERVE at RMs The Andrews Collection event, May 2, 2015. To view this car and others currently consigned to this auction, please visit the RM website at rmauctions.com/The Andrews Collection. Estimate:$375,000 - $475,000 449 bhp, 5,167 cc V-12 engine with six Weber carburetors, five-speed manual transmission, front and rear independent suspension with coil springs and telescopic shock absorbers, and four-wheel Girling ventilated disc brakes. Wheelbase: 96.4 in.Incredibly low mileage, showing 1,240 kilometers from newThe final iteration of Lamborghinis iconic CountachThe original LP500 Countach turned the automotive world on its head when it premiered at the 1971 Geneva Motor Show. Automotive styling was only just beginning to transition away from the curvaceous lines seen on cars of the 1950s and 1960s to the more angular designs that are now characteristic of the 1970s. The Countach, which was designed by Marcello Gandini at Bertone, was low slung, aggressive, and very much different than anything else on the road. The production version wouldnt arrive until three years later, once again at the Geneva Show in 1974, but it remained largely similar to the original design. Production of the car was slow at first, but as the Countachs popularity began to grow, not only within the automotive world but also within pop culture, many more examples would leave the factorys gates over the next 15 years. In celebration of its 25th anniversary, Lamborghini unveiled a special edition of the Countach, which boasted numerous updates over the existing 5000 QV. There were nearly 500 subtle changes and updates to the 25th Anniversary Countach, which is far too many to list individually, but overall, these changes were intended to increase passenger comfort and style.The bodywork was redesigned by none other than Horacio Pagani. Under his leadership, the Countachs nose was lifted slightly and the front bumper was redesigned with new air intakes in an effort to more effectively channel air to the front brakes. At the same time, the rear bumper also received subtle styling changes. The two most notable changes were to the air intakes that were located just behind the door, which received thicker strakes in body color rather than in black, and the wheels were now two-piece forged alloy rims. Inside, the Countachs relatively spartan manual-operated windows were replaced with power-operated units. The seats were also fitted with power-adjustable seatbacks, making them markedly more comfortable than those in the cars predecessor. A newer steering wheel was fitted, as well as a more powerful air-conditioning system, which once again helped to increase overall comfort. The performance of the 25th Anniversary Countach remained identical to that of the 5000 QV, which was still very impressive. The Countach could reach 100 km/h from a dead stop in 4.7 seconds, and its top speed was an equally exciting 183.3 mph. Overall, these variants are known to be the most drivable, reliable, and comfortable of the series.This 25th Anniversary Countach was produced in April 1990 and built as a North American-specification model. It was delivered new to Canada through Lamborghini dealer Eugene Carrie and was finished just as you see it today, painted in Rosso Siviglia over a Champagne leather interior. It was delivered new to its first owner in May 1990 and remained in Canada until it was purchased for the Andrews Collection in 2014. This near factory-fresh Countach shows remarkably well. Its paint remains in very good condition and exhibits a high gloss in the light. Inside, the leather interior shows very little wear throughout. The odometer displays a mere 1,240 kilometers, which is commensurate with the cars overall condition. Furthermore, it should also be noted that the Countach is offered with its proper tool kit and owners manual. The Countach 25th Anniversary represents the last iteration for Lamborghinis most iconic car, and many believe that it is the best of the series in terms of overall refinement and drivability, which is verified by its 15-year production run. The Andrewss example is in extraordinary condition, and it is, quite simply, nearly flawless.
Lamborghini Countach 25 Anniversary Built in 1990 to celebrate 25 years of the Countach this is the fastest and most refined of all the versions of the iconic Countach. Fitted with the optional and desirable rear wing. This is probably the best example of the iconic poster car of the 1980's and 90's - great condition, history and mileage. A one owner car with only 4000 miles (7000kms), it was delivered to its French owner in 1990, and remained in his collection for nearly 25 years. Finished in striking Rosso Red with Beige interior, this car remains superbly original, and is complete with its original service books, and document wallet as well as original invoice from Lamborghini Paris.
• Year: 1990
This is a very well cherished example of the final series of Countach. Supplied new by Portman Lamborghini and maintained by them and marque specialists, the car has covered just over 20,000 miles from new. In 2011 the car benefitted from a major overhaul. In the current ownership the car has been stored by ourselves and recently took part in a prestigious European tour after which the car had a further full check over by Famous Lamborghini specialists Colin Clarke Engineering to ensure that the car is presented in need of nothing and ready to be used and enjoyed.
• Mileage: 20000 mi
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