1989 Lamborghini Countach 25th Anniversary

One feature car visibly absent here at CICFS is arguably one of the most well recognized and visually arresting exotics ever to hit the road: the Lamborghini Countach. Designed as a follow up to the car that invented the supercar genre, the Miura, the Countach was a legend, known for it's scissor doors, raucous V12 engine and less than friendly driving experience. Towards the end of the Countach's life, a 25th Anniversary model was introduced to celebrate 25 years of Lamborghini vehicles. Mechanically similar to Countach's that preceded it, the 25th Anniversary had restyled airboxes, a wealth of body colored trim and different taillights. A total of 650 of these Anniversary models were produced until the Diablo was released in 1990.

1989 Lamborghini Countach 25th Anniversary

Thanks for viewing this STUNNING 1989 Lamborghini Countach 25th Anniversary Edition. With just 7,129 KM's (4,430 Miles) and in the perfect color combination of Red with Black Leather, this is a every you could want in one of the most iconic SUPERCARS!

Some people say that this is a collector car of the future, but if you follow the trending UPWARD prices of these beauties, you'll understand that this is a collector car of the PRESENT. SICK AND TIRED of losing $$$ on brand new exotic cars? Here's your chance to buy a SUPERCAR that will appreciate in value! This Countach is in EXCELLENT CONDITION. It has little to no wear in the interior and the exterior is exceptional. The paint is bright and shiny without any significant blemish.

It's had a very recent full fluid service and a new set of Pirelli PZero tires as well as new cooling hoses and drive belts. This Anniversary Edition adds the rear wing and U.S. front bumper painted red to match. Unlike the earlier cars, the 89 was upgraded with restyled and enlarged rear air boxes, the vents behind them were changed so that they run front to back instead of side to side for improved cooling. Also, a new air dam and side skirting, both with air intakes, were fitted, and the taillights were restyled to be narrower, with body-colored panels replacing the upper and lower parts of the previous large taillights. Complete with books, jack, spare tire, service records and keys.

The asking price of almost $120,000 is not unreasonable considering you are buying an almost 23 year old brand new Lamborghini. It most certainly won't be bought to be used on a daily basis, as the Countach driving experience is not as friendly as the contemporary, Audi influenced Lambos. For a kid that grew up in the 80s, though, this car was the poster child of outrageousness in the automotive world, and more than a decade on into the new millenium, nothing has changed.