The Lamborghini Countach is one of the few vehicles that singlehandedly changed the supercar industry, the effects of which are still felt today.

With its now-iconic wedge-shaped design, naturally-aspirated V12 engine, and 70s flare, it is the defacto dream car for an entire generation of automotive enthusiasts.

With just 1,983 units produced from 1974-1990, the Lamborghini Countach remains one of the rarest production supercars ever. The first LP500 prototype made its debut during the 1971 Geneva Motor Show before going on sale as the LP400 for the 1974 model year. Throughout its 16-year production run, the Countach saw many iterations and updates, such as the LP400 S, LP500 S, LP5000 Quattrovalvole, and the 25th Anniversary edition.

The vehicle featured today is one of the last examples ever produced, a 1989 25th Anniversary car with just 7,888 miles on the clock. This particular example features the desirable euro front bumper upgrade and has recently gone a five-figure service, ensuring it is ready to drive and enjoy. It is one of 667 Anniversary examples built and is in excellent condition.

This particular Countach is listed for sale by Marshall Goldman out of Beverly Hills, California. It has a $675,900 asking price and is immediately available for delivery. Please click the link below for more information and complete listing details or call (424)-500-4986.

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