The Lamborghini Countach was unveiled to the public at the 1971 Geneva Motor Show. The Countach was among the first supercars to sport an angled, wedge-shaped body, which became the signature style of subsequent Lamborghinis. 1982’s LP500S was the first version to be powered by a 5-litre V-12 engine. By the time the model was discontinued in 1990, 2,042 had been produced. Kit features full engine detail with six Weber carburettors, hinged front and rear body panels, a large rear wing and decals with factory stock graphics.
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