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1986 Lamborghini Countach LP5000

RM Sotheby's

1986 Lamborghini Countach LP5000
RM Sotheby's
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22-1019001

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USA-California

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Auction

ON AUCTION IN MIAMI

10 DECEMBER 2022


Chassis No. ZA9CA05A1GLA12963

Documents Canadian Registration


Darin Schnabel ©2022 Courtesy of RM Sotheby's



Canadian-market example of the improved “Quattrovalvole” Countach with a unique color combination

 

Finished in Rosso Speciale over Champagne leather with gold Campagnolo Bravo wheels

 

Believed to have had just two owners

 

Accompanied by a spare set of gold painted OZ wheels with Pirelli tires

Description

A number of important developments occurred during 250 GT production: the original Colombo-designed 128C 3.0-litre engine being superseded by the twin-distributor 128D, which in turn was supplanted in 1960 by the outside-plug 128F engine which did away with its predecessor's Siamesed inlets in favour of six separate ports. On the chassis side, four-wheel disc brakes arrived late in 1959 and a four-speeds-plus-overdrive gearbox the following year, the former at last providing the 250 GT with stopping power to match its speed.
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