This matching number Lamborghini Countach LP400 Coupe "Periscope" is one of only 150 produced, and was the 55th Countach built. The car was delivered new to the Italian VIP Gian-Carlo Bandiera (Italy) on May 28th, 1975. As per the order Gian-Carlo Bandiera had placed, the Countach LP400 Coupe "Periscope" left the Lamborghini factory fitted with few special specifications: a free-flowing exhaust, Miura SV cam-shafts and larger carburetor injectors than standard. By that time, it was finished in red over black leather. Later, the car was repainted black. After two years spent in its original country, the Countach LP400 Coupe "Periscope" was exported to the USA where it stayed until 2007. Then, it was brought back to Europe, more precisely in Germany where it remained until we purchased it in February, 2016. During its stay in the USA, its dashboard was autographed by Marcello Gandini at the California Concours in June 2003. In 2006-2007, a mechanical restoration was performed by Bobileff and Co. The Miura SV cams originally fitted were replaced by standard factory cams, but were kept with the car. The paintwork has remained untouched. Our Lamborghini Countach LP400 Coupe "Periscope"
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Jan 30, 2015