25th Anniversary Countach - best performing and best driving Countach built
Price: US $200,100.00 Item location: Lexington, Kentucky, United States
- Condition: Used
- Make: Lamborghini
- Model: Countach
- Year: 1989
- Mileage: 14,414
- VIN: za9ca05a7kla12555
- Color: Red
- Engine size: V12
- Number of cylinders: 12
- Transmission: Manual
- Interior color: Black
- Vehicle Title: Clear Want to buy? Contact seller!
1989 Lamborghini CountachHere is your chance to own a piece of automotive history with this beautiful 1989 Countach. One of only 658 25th anniversary cars produced. This particular example is finished in the perfect red and black color combination, ust like the one that was on the poster you had in the 80's. With only 23,19Here8km (14,414 Miles) on the odometer (about half of those were put on in the past few years by the current owner). This is a US spec car but the "shoe box" front bumper was replaced with the Euro spec, oth will go with the car when sold. Also installed was a Tubi brand cat delete pipe for a more aggressive exhaust note (the factory catalytic converters will also be with the car when sold). Everything about the car runs/drives/works as it should. A full stereo system was professionally installed to bring the sound system up to today's standards. The factory head unit will go with the car if you wish to turn it back to stock,
Pinnacle auto appraisers has appraised this car fot $366,300 in July 2015. The reserve is set way below the appraised value. Don't miss out on this beautiful piece of history below market value.
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Unveiled in 1971, he Countach LP500 Prototype left the world gasping for air the moment it landed on the display stand of the Geneva Motor Show. Marcello Gandini had already wowed the public with the achingly-beautiful Miura, nd his breath-taking concept cars, ike the 1968 Alfa-Romeo Concept, nd 1970 Lancia Stratos Zero. They daringly flaunted dangerous wedges that were pure Sci-Fi futurism. But, s radical as those designs were, he LP500 upstaged them, s a preview of a road-going car that was teleported from another dimension in space and time. ue in large part to Gandinis brilliance, he striking design of the Countach had little need to evolve over its 15-year lifespan. It sprouted the occasional flare, ing, r add-on bumper for US federalization, ut this car, he final iteration, he 25th -anniversary Countach, hanged that. The most notable and controversial design change was the addition of multiple cooling vanes, alled side strakes, hat were added to the bodys upper and lower side air intakes. While these design changes may have traded visual purity for performance, hey helped make the 25th anniversary model a super-star, he best-performing and best-driving Countach ever offered. The 25th has a stunning, lmost shocking, isual impact, nique in all aspects. And it, ike all Countachs, ill always be a head-turner.