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With a white body job and matching white leather interior, this stunning 1982 Lamborghini Countach epitomizes everything that was great about 1980’s supercars. Built midway through the Countach’s 16-year run, out of a production run of 2,042 this particular Italian beauty is one of just 321 right-hand drive models. It’s also the LP500S variant, and one of the first to get the 4.8-liter V12 that sent power to the rear via a five-speed manual.
You might not be able to see out of the back or squeeze into the notoriously tight-fitting cabin, but the Lamborghini Countach is a design icon with incredible performance, even by today’s standards. 0-62 mph takes just 5.4 seconds and top speed is over 160 mph. Having sat in storage for the best part of 25 years, this gorgeous Lamborghini Countach has just 8,500 miles on the clock and remains in superb condition. It just needs a new owner to bring it back to life. The iconic supercar will go under the hammer at the Historics of Brooklands sale on June 7, with an estimate of £110,000-£145,000.