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Offline jdmspares


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Going through USS Yokohama today, grade 4 with 53,070km. Very rare to see a right hand drive Lamborghini in Japan and the first Countach I've seen go through their auctions in a long time. Will post sale price if anyone's interested.



Offline diabloinoz

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Quite a few kms ... that's a good sign!  What did it sell for ... ??? And a grade 4 car too ... so must be in pretty good condition.




Offline jdmspares


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Sold for around $300k which I thought was quite reasonable?



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AU $ or US $?
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Offline mondi

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Not sure if it was this car but I heard 180,000 pounds?????



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Offline Trainwrex


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26 million yen, close on $300k Australian

I think thats a decent price considering what all the others are  being sold for world wide.. If i had known about it earlier could have been imported into Aus i would have put some interest into it.



Offline 360c

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I think thats a decent price considering what all the others are  being sold for world wide.. If i had known about it earlier could have been imported into Aus i would have put some interest into it.

The arse has fallen out of the Countach market over the last 6 months. They are not bringing the big bucks like they were 12 mths ago.

If you want one to drive, the 5000QV carby is the model to have IMHO.
If you want one to look at and "invest" in, it has to be the LP400 Persiscopica.



Offline Trainwrex


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The arse has fallen out of the Countach market over the last 6 months. They are not bringing the big bucks like they were 12 mths ago.

If you want one to drive, the 5000QV carby is the model to have IMHO.
If you want one to look at and "invest" in, it has to be the LP400 Persiscopica.

Interesting to know thanks mate. I haven't really been following the countach market just seeing prices floating Around the 600k plus mark.

Investing with occasional drive would be nice the lp400s are great to look at but Im sure are Pretty pricey now.



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