Bonhams auction has seen the sale of a classic 1975 Lamborghini Countach LP400 Periscopica for an impressive 1.2 million USD.
If an exotic and classic supercar made by a prestigious brand was what you were looking for than this 1975 Lamborghini Countach LP400 Periscopica may have been just what you have been looking for. But money is an issue here, along with exclusivity, because the supercar in question has been recently sold for 1.2 million USD at a Bonhams auction. The vehicle was wearing a Blue Tahiti paint scheme and it has been driven for just 10,252 miles (16,500 km).
The first ever Lamborghini Countach to brake the 1 million USD mark has a chassis number which doesn’t match the one of the engine but Valentino Balboni, the company’s former test driver, said that it wasn’t unusual back in the days to install an engine which wasn’t in the production order. Keep in mind that the Lamborghini Countach has been produced between 1974 and 1990 and just 2,042 units have been assembled and, out of these, just 150 units have received the Periscopica name. This is referring to the periscope mounted on the roof.