Lamborghini Countach for sale
1989 Lamborghini Countach 25th Anniversary – 17,200 miles – Nero with Crema interior
Dealer: Avantgarde Classics
Direct Link: Here
About the Lamborghini Countach:
The Lamborghini Countach should need no introduction. It is one of those cars so iconic, so mesmerising that it presents writers with a challenge to pen something that hasn’t already been said!
Produced from 1974 to 1990, the Countach went through a number of transformations before arriving at what we see here – the 25th Anniversary Edition.
Just over 2000 cars were produced during the almost 16 year production run, with the lions share of these being late model 5000 QV and Anniversary cars. The 5000 QV and Anniversary Editions account for over 1300 of the total made. With the USA being the largest sales market for exotic supercars, many Countach’s found themselves stateside – with fuel injection, catalytic convertors and those ugly Safety Bumpers!
About this Lamborghini Countach:
This car is an original UK car, being right hand drive and using full fat, calorie dense, wonderful carburettors. Six of them, to be precise. These carbs fuel the mighty 5,167cc engine which produces around 450bhp.
Having spent the last 18 years with the same owner it is now offered for sale by Avantgarde Cars.
Sitting in Nero with Crema hide (or Black with Cream Leather if you don’t speak Italian) and without the controversial large spoiler, it is one handsome bull indeed.Finance this car
So what’s it like to own a Lamborghini Countach? Harry Metcalfe knows a bit about it:
“Finished in surely the best colour combination and looking all the better for being supplied without a rear wing”
“What more is there to add about the Countach? Harry’s video is superb, he captures all the reasons we want this car, details all of the widely reported pitfalls, the drawbacks, the problems… yet still, everyone wants a Countach. Prices languished for some time but are now rapidly climbing, and as modern supercars continue to become technologically advanced and scientifically complicated, the appeal of a mass of metal and a gigantic V12 carb fed engine is only going to grow”