I couldn’t resist adding one more photo of this shiny, well-preserved 20 year old Lamborghini. See the previous photo for more about this Lamborghini in Kyoto and to see my current Japanese transportation next to the Lambo.
Interestingly, an old acquaintance of mine bought one of these Countachs near the end of their production run, around the same time this one was made. You can tell this was one of the last Countachs made because of the Testarossa style strakes and slots added on the sides and above the engine.
It was quite amazing how poorly built the cars were. Interiors were crudely finished and already coming apart before they even left the factory. Front body pieces on my friend’s car were also incorrectly mounted and misaligned at the factory. A modern day economy car has better workmanship than these Lamborghinis had.
But with a wrench, a tube of super glue, and a long afternoon, you could patch up your freshly delivered from Italy, brand spanking new super car and be on your way.
At least until the engine overheated or some other catastrophe occurred.
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