A replica of the famous Lamborghini Countach was caught by cameras while passing by the Wall Street protesters in what can be named an unique way to say “I don’t agree with you!”.
The Lamborghini Countach replica was photographed while cruising through the Wall Street protests which are taking place on Broadway and it wasn’t too long until it attracted all the attention and everyone started asking “Who is the driver?”.
We don’t know any other details about the incident and the Lamborghini Countach but since we didn’t see it on the news than we think that its driver survived the encounter with the protesters. The replica seems to be based on the Pontiac Fiero but we can be sure of that.
The original Lamborghini Countach has been made from 1974 to 1990 and it was officially presented to the public at the 1971 Geneva Auto Show, being styled by Marcello Gandini of the Bertone design studio.
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