Ex-Formula 1 champion exhibited Lamborghini CountachJune 28, 2020
It’s about the Finnish car racing supercar Keke Rosberg. Despite its 35-year-old age, the car was preserved in excellent condition.
In Italy, the Lamborghini Countach, owned by the 1982 Formula 1 champion Keke Rosberg, is for sale. This supercar rolled off the assembly line in 1985 and over the years has changed only two owners. Mileage cars, despite such a respectable age, is only 14,000 kilometers. In this case, the condition of the car can be called perfect.
It is known that the former Formula 1 champion bought a supercar in the spring of 1985: he got an improved Countach with four valves per cylinder – the LP5000 Quattrovalvole. Such cars could be recognized by Kevlar body panels, as well as a different arrangement of carburetors. Such a supercar was powered by a 454-strong atmospheric V12 of 5.2 liters, combined with 5MKPP. The circulation of such supercars was limited at around 610 cars.
Another feature of the Lamborghini Countach Keke Rosberg is the color palette. This body in a shade of ivory and beige leather interior. On the accessory of the supercar to the titled rider reminds a special plate.
The car can boast of perfect technical condition, as well as pristine design: the interior and exterior here look like 35 years ago. The only aftermarket item is the floor mats.
As for the cost of the “star” supercar, Top Marques is going to sell it for 636,900 euros. This is almost twice as much as asking for the usual Countach, which did not have such famous owners. The current owner of the supercar purchased it from a race car driver for an even larger amount – 920,000 euros.
Earlier, our portal said that the 2003 Ferrari Enzo became the most expensive car sold at an online auction. Such a bargain was organized by RM Sotheby’s auction house.
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