The Miura was the original super car but the Lamborghini Countach is the most iconic and is the epitome of Super cars today. An extremely rare, UK-delivered Countach 5000 QV, chassis number '12410' is one of only 14 right-hand drive cars supplied as the '1988½' model, which featured the Anniversario version's side skirts and being a QV it has the engine the Countach deserved all along, a 5.2 litre V12 with 4 valves per cylinder delivering 455BHP, this being a conservative figure put out by the factory so Ferrari would not trump it!. '12410' was supplied new on 3rd August 1988 and has covered a mere 33,000 miles from new. It was owned for a number of years by a Dr Keith Barnes, before being sold to a Mr Morris.
The car is finished in Rosso Siviglia with red-piped magnolia leather upholstery and brown carpets, and retains its original engine with matching ('12410') number. The original Alpine stereo system, spare wheel, and tool roll are still present. The Countach has had only four previous keepers and has been serviced and maintained correctly, unlike many other examples.
'12410' comes with a huge history file going back to when the car was ordered. Still awesome by today's standards, the Countach has lost none of its presence since the day it was launched in fact has ever a car caused such a stir, appearing on posters and starring in films! '12410' represents an exciting opportunity to acquire a highly original and unmolested example of the most iconic Italian supercar.
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