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1973 - 1990 Lamborghini Countach

1973 - 1990 Lamborghini Countach
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Lamborghini Countach
  • Lamborghini Countach
  • Year:
    1973- 1990
  • Make:
  • Model:
  • Transmission:
    5 speed manual
  • Horsepower @ RPM:
    425@7000
  • Torque @ RPM:
    5200
  • Displacement:
    5167 L
  • 0-60 time:
    6.8 sec.
  • Top Speed:
    195.1 mph
  • Price:
    180000
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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 Murcielago.

Updated 06/06/2014: One very rare 1975 Lamborghini Countach LP400 ’Periscopica’ was sold during a recent Bonhams event for the impressive sum of $1,2 million. This is the first Countach ever to break the $1 million barrier. The model is painted in a very cool Blue Tahiti paint scheme and has only 10,252 miles.

This particular Countach is powered by a V-12 engine with an output of 375 HP and mated to a 5-speed manual transmission. The model got its "Periscopica" name from the periscope mounted on the roof. (Bonhams)

More details on the Lamborghini Countach after the jump.

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What's in a Name? The Origin of the "Countach" Name Comes To Light

What’s in a Name? The Origin of the "Countach" Name Comes To Light

It’s one of only a few Lamborghinis whose name can’t be traced to bulls

Lamborghini is known for naming its cars after famous bulls in history. The Miura, for example, is named after a Spanish fighting bull that was bred from the Miura Cattle Ranch Feruccio Lamborghini’s friend, Don Eduardo Miura. There’s also the Islero, which was named after a specific Miura bull that killed matador Manolete back in 1947. Then there’s the Murcielago, which is, quite arguably, the most famous bull in history, thanks in part to the myth that has grown from it surviving 28 sword strokes in a bullfight that took place all the way back in 1897. Of all the Lamborghinis that have made hit the road, only a handful carried names that weren’t connected to bulls. One of those models is the Lamborghini Countach, regarded as the first Lamborghini to break free from the automaker’s bull-naming tradition. So if the Countach’s name isn’t related to bulls or bullfighting, how did Lamborghini come up with the name? Well, we now have the answer, one brought to us by no less than the head of the Countach’s design team, Marcello Gandini.

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EVO Looks Back At The Lamborghini Countach: Video

EVO Looks Back At The Lamborghini Countach: Video

Special edition Countach headed to RM Sotheby’s auction on February 3, 2016

In the annals of Lamborghini’s long and storied history, no car stirred the imaginations of children quite like the Countach. From its outlandish design (at that time) to its incredible 4.0-liter V-12 engine, the Countach was, and still is, the supercar of our dreams. Throughout the course of its life, the Countach spawned numerous versions, none more special than the 82-unit Series III LP400 S.

One of the 82 Series III LP 400 S models is now in the headlines because it’s set to be auctioned off by RM Sotheby’s at its auction in Paris on February 3, 2016. It’s expected to sell for at least $490,000 and it’s history is as unique as the model itself. According to RM Sotheby’s, this yellow Countach Series III LP 400 S was originally built with a red paint finish for a customer in Switzerland. The car somehow found itself in the U.S. after that, before once again crossing the Atlantic, finding itself in the U.K. It’s had quite a globe-trotting experience, and yet, the mere sight of it is enough for bidders to feverishly make attempts at scoring the car in the upcoming auction.

But, before it finds a new owner, Evo Magazine found itself in possession of the car and, not one to let an opportunity like this pass, it went about and took it for a spin. By the standards of modern supercars, the Countach falls woefully short in a number of aspects. It’s a little harder to drive, the brakes aren’t as good, and the cabin design leaves a lot to be desired. But, none of that matters because this is the Lamborghini Countach, and this particular one is a rare example of the iconic model.

It’s the real definition of a legacy car that introduced Lamborghini to a new generation of car aficionados. I should know because I’m one of those who had posters of this breathtaking exotic in the walls of my bedroom back in the 90s.

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Six Lamborghini Supercars Will Be Auctioned In June

Six Lamborghini Supercars Will Be Auctioned In June

While seeing Lamborghinis cross the block at auctions across America is far from rare, it’s not too often that the same event gets to sell six of them. This rare display will be hosted by Mecum’s sale in Seattle on June 5th to 6th, where Lamborghini enthusiasts will get to buy — or at least admire — six Italian bulls built from 1989 to 2010.

Yes, there won’t be any Miuras or Espadas to ogle at, but the Lambo lot includes a late-edition Countach and a bundle of Diablos and Murcielagos, some of which are very rare.

The oldest supercar on sale is a 1989 Countach 25th Anniversary. Part of the limited, 658-unit edition that marked the end of the nameplate, this car is also one of only 187 examples produced with fuel injection for the U.S. and Canadian markets. The Bianco White-painted Countach has 28,420 miles on its odo.

Next in line is a black 1992 Diablo. Though it’s only a standard model, it does feature a rear wing, SV wheels, and Pirelli P Zero tires. With only 11,643 miles on the clock, it should attract a few bidders. The second Diablo to go under the hammer is a 1999 model year Roadster. Significantly more powerful than the early coupe, it has 30,188 miles on the odometer and just received a $12,500 major service. It features a front lift system, navigation, polished wheels, and an aftermarket stereo head unit with six-disc CD player and remotes.

Continue reading for the full story.

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The "Kung Fury" Countach

The "Kung Fury" Countach

Even though the movie won’t actually be coming out for a while, Kung Fury has already attracted quite a lot of attention (over 5 million views!) for a Kickstarter-funded Swedish film from a director that few people have heard of. But the sheer force of the film’s ’80s nostalgia is powerful, and instrumental in this is the Lamborghini Countach shown in the music video for True Survivor, which has a tie-in with the movie. The song is performed by David Hasselhoff, perhaps looking even more ’80s than when he did Knight Rider, if that’s possible. The Countach was such an icon of the ’80s that Kung Fury director David Sandberg has decided to tell us a bit about the car in the video.

The bad news first: this is actually a replica car, albeit a painstakingly accurate (in most respects) one. The car was built by two men, simply identified as Daniel and Fredrik, and it took them 10 years to complete. The frame was built to the same specifications as the original, and the body comes from Mirage, a replica kit-car company in the UK that has made some of the better replica bodies you’ll ever see. This one is Mirage’s specialty, the LP 5000 Quattrovalvole.
Continue reading to learn more about the Lamborghini Countach featured in David Hasselhoff’s "True Survivor" video.

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David Hasselhoff 's New "True Survivor" Videoclip Features Lamborghini Countach: Video

David Hasselhoff ’s New "True Survivor" Videoclip Features Lamborghini Countach: Video

There comes a point when using irony, when you have committed yourself so fully to the premise that you actually cross back over into sincerity. This video depicts that exact moment. It is a music video for the song "True Survivor," by David Hasselhoff, which is also a tie in with the upcoming Swedish action comedy film "Kung Fury." The Kickstarter-funded film, which is being being made by a production company called Laser Unicorns, is an attempt at making the most absurdly overblown ’80s cop movie ever.

The movie certainly looks as though it will accomplish its goal, but this video pushes the ’80s theme so much that it actually just starts to make sense. The song is really absurd, but no more absurd than the rest of the pop music from 30 years ago. And David Hasselhoff singing it in front of a Lamborghini Countach with the sleeves of his jacket pushed up and the fog machine going just looks fitting. In fact, without the hilarious footage from the film in the video, featuring people riding dinosaurs and Adolf Hitler (also know in the movie as “Kung Fuhrer”), you might not even realize that any of this is a joke.

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Video: A Look Behind the Scenes of RM Auctions

Video: A Look Behind the Scenes of RM Auctions

RM Auctions is one of the biggest auto auction houses in the world. It’s been home to some of the biggest auction buys in recent memory, including a 1957 Ferrari 625 TRC Scaglietti Spider that sold for $6.4 million back in 2012. For 2014, RM Auctions is set to open shop in London where a number of classic exotics will be up for bid to the highest bidder.

EVO managed to get a guided tour of RM Auctions’ storage facility where Harry Metcalfe joined the team to talk shop about some of the cars that are expected to get a lot of attention at the sale.

As expected, the facility contains some of the rarest and most beautiful metal, carbon fiber and aluminum in the world. EVO and Metcalfe zeroed in on a few of them, including a rare 1986 Ferrari Testarossa and a 1990 Lamborghini Countach. These two cars are widely considered as the "poster exotics" of the 1980s, and seeing them in the same auction is a real blast back to the decade of teased hair and leather pants for myself.

The guided tour also included short discussions about the 1993 Jaguar XJ220, the 1959 Facel Vega HK500 Coupe, and the 1973 Alpine-Renault A110 1300 V85.

There are many more cars that EVO and Metcalfe discuss in this 32-minute episode. I won’t run the risk of spoiling all the models, as having an authority like Metcalfe give you a little history lesson about them trumps my ramblings about them here.

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Goodwood Festival of Speed's Annual Bonhams Sale Raises Nearly $39 Million

Goodwood Festival of Speed’s Annual Bonhams Sale Raises Nearly $39 Million

Most of us watched the Goodwood Festival of Speed to see hundreds of awesome road and race cars storm up the Hill. Others, including many past and present racing drivers, travel to Goodwood to hoon the vehicles we drool upon. But there’s a third category of motoring enthusiasts that take trips to England to pay million for the classic cars sold each year by Bonhams, one of the world’s oldest and largest auction house.

This year’s event brought together nearly 100 vehicles and more than 400 automotive-related collectors items, raising a staggering £22.6 million (nearly $39 million as of 06/27/2014). One car alone sold for nearly half that amount, with two more fetching more than $1 million each, rounding up yet another successful event.

Not surprising, the most expensive vehicle sold at Goodwood was a Ferrari. Maranello classics are already a common occurrence at such events, and very few change hands for less than $5 million. On the other hand, how often do you see a 102-year-old vehicle sell for more than $1 million? Head over below to find out more about the most expensive classic cars auctioned at Goodwood.

Click past the jump to read more about Bonhams’ sale at Goodwood

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Rare, 1982 Lamborghini Countach will Cross the Auction Block

Rare, 1982 Lamborghini Countach will Cross the Auction Block

It’s always been a fantasy to lock a brand new supercar away in storage till the day its inevitable popularity started to resurge and its price tag would fetch far more profit than the car was originally worth. That’s exactly what we see here with this nearly flawless example of a 1982 Lamborghini Countach LP5000S.

With only 8,543 miles on the odometer, this Lamborghini has been kept in dry storage while still getting regular maintenance and exercise from its owner and certified Lamborghini dealerships. Just recently the car underwent an $8,000 refurbishing job, getting it ready for auction in June 2014 at the Historics at Brooklands near London.

Not only is the car’s condition something of rarity, the Countach itself is only one of 2,042 ever built. What’s more, this particular model is one of only 321 built with the massive 4.8-liter, V-12 engine in 1982. It’s mated to a five-speed manual transmission that helps launch the car to 62 mph in 5.4 seconds on its way to a 160-mph top speed.

If you happen to be in the market for a nearly brand-new Countach, the bidding happens on Saturday, June 7th with viewing commencing the day before. It’s estimated the car will sell for between $185,000 and $243,000, so be sure to bring your accountant to pay for it.

Click past the jump to read more about the 1982 Lamborghini Countach.

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Video: 1988 Lamborghini Countach Versus 2013 Aventador Roadster

Video: 1988 Lamborghini Countach Versus 2013 Aventador Roadster

Matt Farrah is at it again, as in the latest episode of "The Smoking Tire," he puts classic and modern Lambos in a head-to-head battle with the ultra-rare Lamborghini Countach LP5000QV taking on the brand-new Lamborghini Aventador Roadster. Oh, Matt, why must you make us so jealous?

This particular 1988 Countach was upgraded with gold magnesium alloys, fender flares and oversized rear wing and a Euro-spec bumper. Under its hood, the Countach retains its factory V-12 engine with an output of 420 horsepower. In the other corner is the new Aventador Roadster, which is powered by a 6.5-liter, V-12 engine with an amazing 700 ponies punishing the asphalt.

Your first impression may be that the Countach has no chance against the Aventador, but everyone knows that classic Lamborghini models were some of the best cars developed and were true drivers’ cars.

Check out the video to see which of the two supercars did the best during the test drive!

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Car Gift Idea: Lamborghini Countach LP400 1/12 Scale Model

Car Gift Idea: Lamborghini Countach LP400 1/12 Scale Model

The holiday season is here and just to help you out with some gift ideas, here’s one special collector’s model that you might want to get for someone. It is a 1/12-scale Lamborghini Countach model built by the Japanese company Goodsmile. In total, this model is 345 mm (13.6 inches) long, 157.7 mm (6.2 inches) wide and 89 mm (3.5 inches) tall.

There’s no denying the fact that enthusiasts love to collect scale models of classics, as well as modern cars. There are quite a few brands that make detailed works of art and the one from Goodsmile doesn’t come cheap.

This Lamborghini Countach LP400 in 1/12 scale will set you back ¥120,000, which is about $1200 at the current rates. Yes, that’s a lot but if you look closely, the cars are built with utmost attention to detail. Goodsmile actually scanned the full-size car, using modern 3D scanning techniques to achieve this sort of perfection. Each of the 500 parts are meticulously die-cast, or formed in ABS or resin to give it the perfect shape and size. The models are so perfect that not even an inch of deviation is spared.

The classic scissor doors swivel up to reveal the supercar’s uber-cool interior. The engine bay door also opens, so that one can glance at the glorious V-12 engine that resides beneath. The cabin light turns on when the doors are swung open, headlights popup and instrument panel glows much like the real thing. The tires are hollow so that the weight of the car squashes them against the ground surface giving it a more authentic look. Rounding out this realistic model are wheels that you can remove and bolt back with a specially provided tool. Now, that’s really cool!

The unfortunate thing is that the models will not be ready for shipping until October 2014, so you will have to wrap up a picture of the model this Christmas and tell the receiver that it will arrive in about a year’s time. Alternatively, this could be an early idea for next Christmas.

Click past the jump to read more about the classic Lamborghini Countach LP400

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Video: Lamborghinis Run Wild In The UK

Video: Lamborghinis Run Wild In The UK

They say that you only celebrate a 50th birthday once, so when it happens, you might as well make it as memorable as possible.

Italian automaker Lamborghini is in the middle of its 50th anniversary celebrations and since the start of the year, it’s celebrated it with the kind of extravagance befitting of its stature in the industry.

Recently, things took an interesting turn in the United Kingdom when the UK Lamborghini 50th Anniversary 50th Anniversary Tour officially opening its doors to the public.

Held at the Danesfield House in Buckinghamshire, over 50 Lamborghinis participated in the event with models ranging from the classic Countachs all the way to the current Aventador Roadsters. In between, there were Murcielagos, Diablos, Gallardos, and even the one-off Oakley Design Aventador LP760 Nasser Edition.

Needless to say, it was as close to a Lamborghini overdose as you could possibly get, and not surprisingly, Shmee150 was right in the middle of all the festivities with cameras in tow.

(Click past the jump to read about one of Lamborghini’s anniversary edition models, the Aventador LP720-4 50° Anniversario pride and joy}

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Video: Lamborghini Aventador vs Countach

Video: Lamborghini Aventador vs Countach

Countach was one of the first supercars developed by Lamborghini. It was unveiled in 1974 and remained in production until 1990, during which period a total of 2,042 units were produced. The Countach won many awards and during its era, it was one of the fastest supercars on the market: it could hit a top speed of 207 mph in its LP 500 Turbo S version.

Now the guys over MotorTrend put it head to head against the new Aventador in the latest episode of "World’s Fastest Car Show." The two cars were driven by Justin Bell, who wanted to see if the new Aventador is as good as its predecessor.

According to him, the drive can tell you more than any history book, as driving the two supercars gives Justin insight into the impact the revolutionary Countach had not only on its eventual successor, the Aventador, but the entire supercar industry. It also drives him to use plenty of dirty language, which was carefully bleeped out, of course... Enjoy!

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Video: Valentino Balboni drives a Lamborghini Countach

Last time we saw Valentino Balboni behind the wheel of a Lamborghini model, he was driving a Murcielago LP670-4 SV. This time around, he opted for something a little bit more classic – a Countach LP400, which was the first set of Countach models produced between 1974 and 1978.

The LP400 was limited to only 150 units, so seeing one in action is actually a pretty rare occurrence. Despite its rarity, Balboni was lucky enough to find one and took it on an envy-creating ride. Check the video to see what does he thinks about the car.

As a reminder, the LP400 is powered by a 4.0-liter V-12 powerplant that delivers a total of 375 horsepower at an incredibly high 8,000 rpm and 368 pound-feet of torque at 5,500 rpm. The car can sprint from 0 to 60 mph in 5 seconds and can hit a top speed of 179.8 mph. Neither spec is astounding by today’s supercar standards, but for the era, those were about as good as it got.

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Video: Hear the sounds of Lamborghinis accelerating

Video: Hear the sounds of Lamborghinis accelerating

Don’t get us wrong; we love our jobs to pieces. There are a few things in this world more gratifying than writing about cars for a living, but of those "few" things, one of them is what Jason Cammisa of Automobile Magazine is doing in this video.

With the resources of having a line-up of different Lamborghinis at his disposal, Jason gets behind the wheel of each one of them for some quality down time along a deserted stretch of road. The list of Lambos that Cammisa managed to drive includes the Miura, the Countach, the Diablo VT, the Murcielago, and yes, the Italian automaker’s latest pride and joy, the Aventador.

Check out the video prepared by Automobile Magazine and see Jason Cammisa put each of these Lambos through the paces. If for nothing else, you can even check out the evolution of the dashboard and the powerful, grunting roar these Italian bulls let out when the pedal is put to the proverbial metal.

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Video: Lamborghini Countach drifts like a professional

Video: Lamborghini Countach drifts like a professional

No matter how popular the Lamborghini Gallardo and Murcielago are - and the Aventador to a certain extent - a generation of today’s auto nuts grew up with dreams of one day owning a Countach. So you can understand the sentimentality that we have for the now-classic Lambo.

Videos like this brings back all the memories we had playing around with our die-cast Countachs back in the 80’s and to an extent, our envy of Chris Harris is all the more evident considering that he got to play around with our childhood dream car. The video was posted on his YouTube channel and it shows a red Lamborghini Countach drifting through a corner. It may not mean much to the layman, but for a lot of us that grew up with posters of the glorious Italian supercar on our walls, this video is a source of not only jealousy for us, but of bringing back all those memories we had of one day having our own Countachs.

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Video: Lamborghini Dragster Crash

Video: Lamborghini Dragster Crash

Ok, watching this video made us very mad. First because they have destroyed this very cool Lamborghini Countach and made it a dragster and second because they have crash it.

Don’t get us wrong. We really like Lamborghini’s modern models like Gallardo or Aventador, but classics like Countach will never be built again, so why destroying the few left in the world?

And while we can not find an answer to this question, a bunch of guys from Sydney have found a solution to transform it into a dragster. For that they have combined the Countach with a supercharged V8, a set of fat drag rear tires, a wheelie bar and lots of other accessories needed for a dragster. This video has been shot at this year’s Full Throttle Friday and ended with a prety sad crash.

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Ken Imhoff's hand-built Lamborghini Countach is truly one-of-a-kind

Ken Imhoff’s hand-built Lamborghini Countach is truly one-of-a-kind

Ordinarily, building Italian supercars with your bare hands is always a recipe for disaster. We’ve seen it time and time again and it seems that our world will never be without these enterprising and creative fellows who think that building close - some aren’t even close by any stretch of the imagination - mock-ups of the real thing equates to having your machismo level flying straight through the roof. Sorry to burst your proverbial bubbles, but more often than not, it’s not even a sputter of masculinity.

That being said, we chanced upon this one man, Ken Imhoff. Ken is just like all of us. He loves his cars and holds a great deal of passion towards one brand in particular, Lamborghini.

Despite not having the financial capabilities to purchase his own Lamborghini supercar, Ken was undaunted. He had to have one and, if he couldn’t buy one, well, he might as well build one. And the difference between Ken Imhoff and all those Lamborghini knock-offs we’ve showed you before? Ken’s hand-made Lamborghini Countach is about as real as a Lamborghini that’s built by hand can get.

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Wireframe Lamborghini Countach being sold for $65,000

Wireframe Lamborghini Countach being sold for $65,000

You’ve always dreamed of owning a Lamborghini but you don’t have the financial resources to make such a purchase. Well, we have something that - while not exactly the beastly supercar you’ve always wanted – can be considered as the next best thing.

For “just” £40,000 - around $65,000 – you can purchase this wireframe Koeni Lamborghini Countach that was created by renowned British artist Benedict Radcliffe. With only steel tubings to work with, Radcliffe used a total of 160 feet of the 10-millimeter material to create an incredible see-through likeness of the Countach.

Now, of course, you’d be crazy to think that this car is going to take you places but it sure will draw a lot of attention, especially when you consider that at 14 feet long and six feet wide, it’s not exactly something that you’d call subtle.

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Lamborghini Motorcycle Concept Picture Update

Lamborghini Motorcycle Concept Picture Update

Recently, we did a post about the “Lamborghini Motorcycle Concept” and the new pics that we’ve only now come across are just too good to ignore so here they are.

A tribute to Nicolas Tesla and Ferrucio Lamborghini, this hubless chopper designed by Flavio Adriani is inspired by the Lamborghini Countach, a car that takes your breath away. This two-wheeler isn’t far from doing that either, if it is to mention the personal opinion here.

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Man builds Lamborghini Countach replica in 17 years

Man builds Lamborghini Countach replica in 17 years

If you have the passion anything is possible! This is what Ken Imhoff said to himself when the Cannonball Run inspired him to start building his own Lamborghini Countach replica. During the 17-year process, he created a space frame, aluminium body panels, the well-known Lambo doors, added a Chevrolet Corvette C4 suspension kit.

It’s powered by a 351 small-block V8 engine delivering 515 hp connected to a ZF-5 speed manual gearbox. Once all was completed there was one final hurdle. Due to the fact that it was built in the basement of Imhoff’s house (probably he didn’t expected to finish it), the man had to take down one of the walls of the basement and get its masterpiece on the road.

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Russo And Steele Monterey auction results: Keep your Countach!

Russo And Steele Monterey auction results: Keep your Countach!

With all the events taking place in Monterey, California every August, the Russo and Steele event is a must go. It is much smaller than the Scottsdale auction but it is certaintly Monterey styled for the VIPs. Nonetheless, there were over 150 cars running over the auction block for a combined total of over $10 million in sales.

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Lambo gets hit by an airplane

Lambo gets hit by an airplane

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.
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Lamborghini Countach Limousine Replica

Lamborghini Countach Limousine Replica

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.
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1973 - 1990 Lamborghini Countach

1973 - 1990 Lamborghini Countach

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 Murcielago.

Updated 06/06/2014: One very rare 1975 Lamborghini Countach LP400 ’Periscopica’ was sold during a recent Bonhams event for the impressive sum of $1,2 million. This is the first Countach ever to break the $1 million barrier. The model is painted in a very cool Blue Tahiti paint scheme and has only 10,252 miles.

This particular Countach is powered by a V-12 engine with an output of 375 HP and mated to a 5-speed manual transmission. The model got its "Periscopica" name from the periscope mounted on the roof. (Bonhams)

More details on the Lamborghini Countach after the jump.

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Top Ten Coolest Cult Car

Top Ten Coolest Cult Car

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.
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