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Offline 360c

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I meant in terms of the type of countach year etc.

The best variant for me is hands down the 5000 QV in carburetor form rather than American variant fuel injection.
It has most of the purity of the original design and has good driveability.

The best to look at, most collectible and worst to drive is the LP400 Periscopica.

The best to drive, least collectible and worst to look at is the Anniversary model.

All IMO of course.



Offline Trainwrex


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  • Location: Western Australia
Duttons car is the least desirable variant. Even though I think it's the best looking one and supposedly the most drivable.

Cool thanks for info.  I haven't done much research into them as of yet.



Offline Fortis

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They are on my work computer, I will post them tomorrow.
I have posted them ages ago; but the search function is so poor I couldn't find them.

Thank you  :thumbsup:



Online JPG


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They are on my work computer, I will post them tomorrow.
I have posted them ages ago; but the search function is so poor I couldn't find them.

http://aussieexotics.com/forum/The-cool-Lamborghini-photo-thread-862.msg222831.html#msg222831

These it?






Offline PA

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I looked at a Dark Metallic Green Countach back in the mid 80's that I was told was Clive Benson-Brown's and it had a fair amount of rust around the body. Asking price was about $100,000



Offline 360c

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I looked at a Dark Metallic Green Countach back in the mid 80's that I was told was Clive Benson-Brown's and it had a fair amount of rust around the body. Asking price was about $100,000

That was a LOT of money back in 1985.



Offline Aircon

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That was a LOT of money back in 1985.

Not really.  I paid $135k for my BB in 1985
I love my car. Buy your own



Offline Joel


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Not really.  I paid $135k for my BB in 1985

My parents paid like $140k in 89 for a 5 bedroom house.  :eek:



Offline 360c

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My parents paid like $140k in 89 for a 5 bedroom house.  :eek:


Like I said, it was a LOT of money back in 1985 as evidenced by what else you could buy for the same money.
In 1987 I paid $45k for my 308GTB which was all the money and then some at the time.



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