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1980 Lamborghini Countach S Turbo

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May 2, 2018

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The Lamborghini Countach is the Lambo that defined the 80s. Just looking at the razor-sharp design makes my collar pop. Alongside the Ferrari Testa Rossa, the Countach symbolized scintillating speed in the laser-filled, oft-garish era. Now, you can rediscover your go-go origins with a totally choice 1980 Lamborghini Countach S Turbo, now for sale from Curated.

In the 1980s, Swiss Lamborghini dealer Max Bobnar had built two prototype Twin Turbo Countachs. One is part of a Lamborghini collection in Germany, while the other, a beautiful Red Metallic Low Body LP400 S, was purchased by Curated, a company dedicated to bringing collector and classic collectibles together. In 1982, Bobnar hired Lamborghini-technician Franz Albert to customize his Countachs, turning already beautiful cars into collectibles of exceptional rarity. Everything remains preserved from its ’80s days, including original interior, Pirelli P7R tires, original racing seatbelts, and the same, unchipped paintjob. If you have a few spare millions lying around and are feeling slightly nostalgic for the days of headbands and parachute pants, this car might be just what you needed. Whip it.

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