The Lamborghini Countach is one of the Italian automaker’s most iconic rides. It was introduced as a replacement to the amazing Miura in 1971, and it was so good that it remained in production all the way until 1990. The Countach that you’re looking at right now dates back to 1979, and it is an LP400 S Series 1 that had a Blue Acapulco exterior complemented by a brown leather interior and gold Bravo wheels.
It was painted back in the early 1990s, and it went through extensive repairs and maintenance sessions that saw its drivetrain being removed on multiple occasions. Its 3,929 cc V12 engine was rebuilt completely, and even the hoses were replaced. Come January 19, this awesome piece of automotive history will go under the hammer in Phoenix courtesy of RMSothebys, and it will definitely fetch a pretty penny.