Produced from 1974 to 1990, the Lamborghini Countach replaced the famous Lamborghini Miura. At the 1971 Geneva Auto Show, Lamborghini introduced a concept car named the LP500. Although it wasn’t meant to go into production, the vehicle was well received and the manufacturer decided to build a model with a similar body. LP stands for Longitudinale Posteriore, referring to position of the engine. Introduced in 1974, the Lamborghini Countachalso known as the LP400was powered by a 4-liter V12. The design is very modern, featuring angular lines and pop-up doors. 2,042 units of the Lamborghini Countach were made in total, including the LP400, the LP400S, the LP500S, the LP500QV, and the 25th anniversary edition.
If you’re in the market for a Lamborghini Countach, you must already know a lot about the car’s history and specifications. Don’t hesitate to call The Beverly Hills Car Club team should you need additional precisions on the model’s features. The team is composed of classic car experts with years of experience in the classic car industry. Not only do they have an extensive knowledge of the Countach, but they will also give you information on the market value and availabilities. In addition, their Los Angeles showroom carries a wide inventory of classics of all makes and models. The team welcomes you anytime to visit their dealership, meet the experts, and view the collection. One tip the team is happy to share with their clients is to prefer a car that has be regularly driven to one that has too low mileage and has been sitting in a garage most of its life. A classic car that hasn’t been driven is likely to break after a few miles and need a lot of work before it gets back on the road.
Call The Beverly Hills Car Club team today to find out about the examples of Lamborghini Countach currently in inventory at the Los Angeles classic car dealership. Should you be located in another town, the team will assist you with the research and purchase with excellent service.
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