The Lamborghini Countach was launched in 1974, based on a concept model initially presented at the 1971 Geneva Motor Show. Countach means fabulous in an Italian dialect and refers to Bertone’s expression when the car was first introduced on the road. The LP 400 S came out in 1978 and is recognizable by its side skirts made of glass fiber and larger wheels. Pirelli P7 tires were featured on the new model for better grip and the wheels rims were sleeker. A V-shaped wing was available as an option, which increased high-speed stability although the top speed was slightly reduced. The 4-liter V12 was longitudinally mounted at the rear of the vehicle and linked to a five-speed gearbox. The Lamborghini Countach LP 400S was a powerful and well made 2-door coupe and one of the major actor on the sports cars scene in the 1970s and 1980s.
Be sure to call The Beverly Hills Car Club team anytime if you need advice on the research and purchase of your future Lamborghini Countach LP 400S. They team is composed of friendly and knowledgeable classic car experts who share your passion for Lamborghinis. The team will exceed your expectations by giving you valuable tips and advice and providing you with top quality service. Their Los Angeles showroom has an extensive collection of classics and the team will help you find your perfect car, whether or not it’s currently in inventory. One good tip the team often shares with their clients and friends is to make sure you carry out a thorough pre-purchase inspection before making a decision. An expert will be able to give you the information you need to determine the exact value of the classic, the cost of future service needs and maintenance, and the functioning of the model.
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