This 1984 Lamborghini Countach LP500 S is one of only 321 examples ever produced. Boasting fewer than 9,000 miles on its odometer, the 4.8-liter V12 carburetor-fed engine still fires out 371 horsepower as brashly as the day it rolled off the factory floor. The Lamborghini Countach had a top speed of 182 mph and could go from 0 to 60 in a flash, taking just 5.2 seconds.
This rare supercar was designed to replace the legendary Miura. Taking its place was no easy task so the Lamborghini design team outfit the Countach with a lightweight fiberglass body riding atop 15-inch wheels covered by beefy 345/35-series tires to rise to that challenge. Its red paint is the original coat which shows no visible signs of wear nor does it show any areas of fading. Inside, pristine white leather enhances many of the cabin’s surfaces including the center console, seats, dashboard, and side sills. The original purchaser owned this Lamborghini for 30 years before it was sold to a low-mileage supercar collector in 2014.