Chassis # 1121128 Engine # N/A Only 16K KM From New Completely Original Throughout One Of Only 105 Series II LP400S' Produced Optioned From New With Front Wing Details Share this: Pinterest Facebook Twitter Like this: Like Loading... Inquire Here Vehicle Name* Your Name* Phone* Your Email* Your Message Add me to the Email Listings * Required Fields
• Year: 1980
Chassis # ZA9CA05A1KLA12647 Clean CARFAX & Known Ownership Only 20,374KM From New (12,224 Miles) Offered With Books, Tools & Original Advertising Comprehensive Major Service Recently Completed A Well Cared For 80's Icon & The Last Of A Breed Details Lamborghini and Ferrari both have their faithful followers, but within this epic saga between the two fabled Italian Super Car manufacturers there is a clear divide when Lamborghini introduced the Countach to the world in 1971 at the Geneva Motor Show. The reality however was not apparent until 1974 when the first production car was delivered to its first Australian owner. As the years went on the LP400 evolved into the LP400S (series 1, 2, and 3) and then onto the LP5000 in 1983. It was by this point that Lamborghini had a very well developed example of an original idea. With this also came an equally well developed following of die-hard enthusiast who were now very loyal to the brand. These early Countach owners and fans were to be the basis of the enthusiasm that drove the success of the Countach’s contemporaries: The Murcielago and the Aventador. The LP5000, in 1983, was the ultimate combination of original Countach Styling (LP400)
• Year: 1989
The 25th Anniversary Countach was introduced in 1988 to celebrate Lamborghini's 25th anniversary; although the body kit is a bit 'Marmite' (you either love it or hate it), it is by far the most refined and driveable of its series. The car featured many minor updates from lessons learned with previous iterations of the Countach, and there were nearly 500 small differences between the 25th Anniversary edition and the Countach 500 QV. This 1988 Lamborghini is one of only 657 units produced between September 1988 and January 1990. It has had only 1 owner from new. The car is in un-restored, original, show condition and has a record of regular servicing. Almost all of the pristine paintwork is factory original, as is everything in the interior. This engine is of course the original matching-numbers unit. The car has only covered 17,702 miles in the hands of its 1 fastidious owner. It comes with air conditioning, a spare set of keys, an original factory tool kit, a tailored car cover and the official Lamborghini Countach 25th Anniversary Service Manual. Having just has a full revision of all mechanicals, it drives exactly as Lamborghini intended and is ready to enjoy.
• Year: 1989
• Mileage: 17702 mi
The Lamborghini Countach was built from 1974 to 1990 and was a unique wedge shape design with the cabin forward to accommodate the large engine at the rear. It has a skin of aircraft grade aluminium over a tubular space frame. The 5000 S featured a new engine capacity of 4754cc which produced 375 BHP. Exterior changes included the wheels and tyres which were replaced with much wider Pirelli P7 units, and fiberglass wheel arch extensions were added, giving the car the fundamental look it kept until the end of its production run. An optional V-shaped spoiler was available over the rear. This example is finished in Nero with Bianco Leather and Grigio carpets. It was built in June 1983 and is one of only 323 5000 S delivered. The car arrived in the UK from its home in Cyprus in 1989 and since then has been serviced on a regular basis by several well-known Lamborghini specialists. A unique opportunity to purchase a Countach in nearly new condition, yet completely original #12583 will come with the appropriate servicing completed along with a very impressive history file and tool kit.
• Year: 1984
1985 Lamborghini Countach 5000S s/n ZA9C00500FLA12740, engine no. 12740 White with Beige Interior There is perhaps no more widely recognizable or iconic car than the Lamborghini Countach. Much has been written about the car, sometimes positive, sometimes negative, but the one thing that is impossible to do is ignore it. Developed as a successor to the remarkable and stunning Miura, the Countach created an equally large, if not larger stir when first introduced. The idea that such a totally futuristic and over the top car could possibly be intended for production was inconceivable, but in Lamborghini’s tradition, the car was readied for production largely unaltered. The car was produced for about 15 years in various forms, with later cars gaining fuel-injection and aesthetically intrusive US bumpers which dulled performance. Although they were ignored by collectors for decades, they have recently emerged as highly collectible cars thanks to their tremendous cultural significance as a genuine 1980s icon. Certainly there are few cars that are more instantly recognizable or have spent as much time on the bedroom walls as the Countach. This particular car was imported to the US many yea
• Year: 1985
• Mileage: 61774 mi
This 1989 Lamborghini Countach 25th Anniversary Edition is a beautiful original example. Red with tan interior and just 30k kilometers. It' been under the same ownership for the last 20 years and runs and drives excellent. Original paint and interior. For only $315,000
• Year: 1989
Category Coupe Make Lamborghini Model Countach 25th Anniversary Engine power 335 kW / 455 PS Transmission Manual Kilometres 608 km Date of first registration 06.12.1989 Total price 499.900,00 € Value Added Tax not reclaimable (§ 25a UStG) Sales advisor for this vehicle >>
• Year: 1989
Only 150 cars produced RHD Engine rebuilt 20 years ago Complete with its tool roll and extensive history file, including owner's manual, original warrenty card, and delivery documents 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 a 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 suspensio
• Year: 1977
• Mileage: 35000 mi
523 MILES ONLY! Right Hand Drive Unique and unrepeatable The poster car of its era, the Lamborghini Countach became and remains today the automotive equivalent of a pin-up and something of a fantasy object of desire. Countach was styled by Marcello Gandini of the Bertone design studio, the same designer and studio that designed the Miura. Gandini was then a young, inexperienced designer — not very experienced in the practical, ergonomic aspects of automobile design, but at the same time unhindered by them. Gandini produced a striking design. The Countach shape was wide and low (42.1 inches (1.07 m)), but not very long (only 163 inches (4.1 m)). Its angular and wedge-shaped body was made almost entirely of flat, trapezoidal panels. Lamborghinis trademark 'scissor' doors first started with the Countach, hinged at the front with horizontal hinges, so they lifted up and tilted forwards. The main reason is the car's tubular spaceframe chassis results in very high and wide door sills. It was also partly for style, and partly because the width of the car made conventional doors difficult to use in an even slightly confined space. The longitudinally mounted 12-cylinder 5.2 Litre produces everything one might expect of a car of this type, not only in performance terms but also by exhaust note. Our car at only 523 miles must be the lowest mileage example in existence and without doubt it is the finest available for sale. The striking combination of Nero Black coachwork, against Snow White leather, truly deserves the admiration it attracts. Ready to be enjoyed, this is the ultimate collectors Countach and with its ultra low mileage it will surely continue to rocket in value! As much at home on the Kings Road or the Riviera as on the open road between.
• Mileage: 523 mi
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