Marlowe Treit was driving his 1985 Lamborghini Countach on a road through the Aurora Airport when something hit him. A Cessna collided with his Lamborghini, hitting the left side of the car pretty bad. The front propeller churned up the driver’s side of Treit’s. The driver had no injuries after the accident, he walked away from the collision but his car hadn’t that chance. He estimates the crash damages at about $100,000. Regarding the plane,one of the FBI agents wrote in a report that the (...) More
If you want to buy a Lamborghini Countach Limousine, you can find it on eBay. This car is a very unique vehicle and can be used a limo or as a car for advertising for other business. It is titles as a fiero but has a full tube frame built around it. V6 auto the car runs and drives. The body is ready for a final coat of primer and last block before painting. The back doors come up like the front. It needs paint and interior. The side glass is not included but is flat glass and can be cut (...) More
Posted on 02.14.2007 17:00 by Anthony Kodack , Blas Nicusor
The Countach made its public debut at the 1971 Geneva motor show. The design of the ultra low two seater sports car took the world by surprise. Its most captivating parts were of course the scissor doors, swinging up and forward. Over the years these famous doors have become Lamborghini’s trade mark right up to the latest MurciÃ¨lago.
When you hear the phrase "cult cars," you might think of Ford Motor’s Mustang or General Motors’ Chevrolet Corvette, which have legions of devotees but are very common and still in production. Similarly, the Jeep Wrangler, Porsche 911, Mini Cooper and Volkswagen Beetle and New Beetle are so high profile and commonplace that their followings are merely large. The vehicles from Forbes list of the coolest cult cars of all time were niche cars when they were new—supercars, race (...) More