The Lamborghini Countach was first presented in 1971, at the Geneva Motor Show. At the time, the design was only a concept but it was so well received that the brand decided to make it into a new model for their line. The 1980 Lamborghini Countach is the second generation of the model, also known as LP 400 S. Fitted with a 4-liter V12 mounted longitudinally in the back, the car featured amazing performance. Bertone, combining highly evolved aerodynamics, angular lines, and the famous scissor doors, signed the design. 1980 models boasted glass fiber side skirts, extra wide wheel with Pirelli P7 tires, and an option V-shaped wing that most buyers ordered. The interior was traditional, featuring leather-clad dashboard and seats.
If you’re looking to acquire a 1980 Lamborghini Countach, you might already know a lot about the model. Here are a few tips The Beverly Hills Car Club team likes to share with their friends and clients, which can be useful in your research and purchase. First, turning the wheel lock and looking at the way the wheels relate to the body can reveal some shortcomingsfor example, added spacers can cause issues with clearance. Secondly, look for leaks on the shock and break lines, as these issues can be difficult to fix. Finally, another good thing to look at is if the AC and heater work properlybe sure to check all the vents. Those are just some of the tips the team is happy to share. Don’t hesitate to call for more! In addition to their services, The Beverly Hills Car Club has a wide inventory of classic cars for sale. Your perfect 1980 Lamborghini Countach might be waiting for you at their Los Angeles classic car dealership!
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