1984 Lamborghini Countach 5000S – SOLD 🏁

Rare Carbureted LP500 Series in Sensational Livery and Highly Original - One of 321 Produced

Offered at $0

Chassis No: ZA9C00500ELA12691

Odometer: 8,979 Miles

Engine: 4.8 Litre V-12 Naturally Aspirated DOHC - 6 Weber Sidedraft Carburetors

Transmission: 5-Speed Gated Synchromesh

Performance: 368 bhp @ 7,500 rpm / 319 lb-ft > 0-60 mph 5.4 sec / 160 mph (Drag Limited w/o Wing)

Exterior: Nero Tenebre

Interior: Rosso Full Leather

About This Car

“Ferruccio Lamborghini introduced his exotic Countach prototype at the 1971 Geneva Auto Show. The car’s wedge-shaped styling—created by Marcello Gandini of the Bertone Design Studio—seized the attention of the automobile cognoscenti. The powerful mid-engine sports car was wide and low with sharply angled panels, “scissor” doors, and a forward-placed passenger compartment to allow for the large V-12 engine. The body was light and strong with aircraft-grade aluminum skin over a tubular space frame. The combination of standout design, performance characteristics, and its stratospheric price tag quickly earned the Countach its ‘Supercar’ status. There is perhaps no more widely recognizable or iconic supercar than the dramatically styled Lamborghini Countach, the poster car of a generation”.

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