The iconic million-dollar Lamborghini was hidden in Latin America for more than 30 years (video)
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Lamborghini Countach is the most famous model of the Italian brand. The supercar is equipped with a 455-horsepower V12 and is capable of developing 295 km/h.
A rare 1986 Lamborghini Countach has been discovered in Venezuela. The famous supercar has been sitting in a garage for 30 years and has never taken to the roads. The history of the car was told in a video on CuratedTV's Youtube channel.
Less than 2000 Lamborghini Countachs were produced in total, so the fate of almost every car can be traced. This particular car was originally registered in Miami. The car was used for filming in advertising photo shoots, and then disappeared.
It turned out that in the late 80s, a millionaire from Venezuela bought a Lamborghini supercar, but did not drive a car. An economic crisis broke out in the country and he was simply afraid to attract the attention of criminals.
The Lamborghini Countach was in the garage, and the owner maintained it in good condition. The mileage of the car is only 6000 km.
A few years ago, the car was discovered by American auto collector John Temerian. After lengthy negotiations, he still managed to buy a supercar. The amount of the transaction is not called, but it is known that it is at least a million dollars.
Since the situation in Venezuela is now tense, Lamborghini had to be exported to the United States in the strictest secrecy. Upon arrival, the car was serviced and is being prepared to be sold to a new owner.
The car belongs to the Lamborghini Countach LP5000 QV version. The coupe is equipped with a 5.0-liter 455-horsepower V12 and can accelerate to 100 km/h in 5.2 seconds and reach 295 km/h.