This 400cc 1-Of-20 Kid’s Lamborghini Countach Took 450 Hours To Build

Nov 11, 2020

Category: Living

With its ludicrous scissor doors and aggressive angular bodywork, Lamborghini Countach is the definitive poster car of cool. These days, they’ll fetch anywhere from $300,000 to $500,000 depending on the condition, putting them squarely out of budget for most of us. But in a rare turn of events, you could have your very own (albeit pint-size) Countach for a fraction of the price.

Built in 1985 by the renowned Agostini Auto Company — a specialist known for its miniature sportscar replicas such as the Porsche 911 and the Ferrari F40 — this Lamborghini Countach is a fully-functioning 1:1.5-scale model. With over 450 hours of manufacturing work put into its construction and an estimated cost comparable to the real car, this junior model is unrivaled in terms of its luxury and accuracy. For instance, under its fiberglass body hides a 400cc Briggs and Stratton engine. Coupled to a 2-speed automatic transmission with a working gear lever, it’s hardly your average kid’s car. In keeping as close to the original as possible, every aspect of this car has had its proportions scaled-down to size. The seller is asking $60,000. You can inquire for more information.

Purchase: $60,000

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