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Furlonger have been fortunate to handle the purchase and sale of dozens of Countachs over the last 20 years, including anything from LP400 Periscopos up to 25th Anniversaries. Our workshop has been entrusted with maintaining and restoring numerous special examples, some of which have been awarded class wins at renowned concours events. We have remained extremely passionate about the Countach, in all its guises, recognising their rarity, collectability and above all else their unrivalled driving experience. Therefore, we are delighted to offer this fresh addition to the Countach market – an astonishingly rare UK right-hand drive LP400S. This LP400S, chassis no.1121485 is one of circa 19 examples built in right-hand drive by Lamborghni S.p.A. and is arguably one of the very finest in existence.

Chassis no. 1121485 was delivered new via Portman Lamborghini (Sole UK concessionaires) in June of 1982, optioned in White. Naturally, the car changed hands in quick succession before being sold to its fourth keeper in June 1984, a Mr. B. Toorani. Residing in Buckinghamshire, Mr Toorani cherished the Countach, using it sparingly and strictly in warm, dry conditions. The Countach’s maintenance was entrusted to Portman Lamborghini, evident from the many invoices filed in the car’s extensive history file. By 1990 the Countach had accumulated circa 11,000 km and was then placed into storage. Mr Toorani would continually have the car serviced while in storage, using Portman and then Lamborghini Great Britain LTD. Despite accumulating just a few hundred kilometres each year (at the very most), Mr Toorani would spare no expense in having the Countach regularly serviced and maintained to the highest standard. In 2014 the car underwent a major service at Lamborghini London, with a recorded mileage of just 13,750.

After 30 years of ownership, Mr Toorani parted ways with this LP400S, when it was sold via auction to a collector and long-standing Furlonger client. Shortly after taking ownership the Countach’s newest custodian made the decision to have the car comprehensively restored. Commissioned to Mike Pullen of Carrera Sport, a marque specialist and name synonymous within the Countach enthusiast realm, the restoration of chassis no.1121485 would be meticulously executed over two years. Upon completion, the car would again be used sparingly by its fastidious owner, covering just a few hundred kilometres.

In 2017 this LP400S was entered into Pirelli’s Prestige & Performance Competition at Blenheim Palace 2017, where it was awarded best in show.

The Lamborghini Countach has remained an undeniably collectible and desirable supercar that has recently become the focus of many collectors and enthusiasts, with so few in circulation and even more so in the UK. The LP400S is an astoundingly rare example of the Countach, with circa 320 being built, of which just 19 were configured in right-hand drive. Chassis no. 1121485 poses an exciting opportunity to purchase a beautifully restored, award winning LP400S, with an exceptionally well documented ownership and maintenance history, low mileage, and striking colour combination.

Simon Furlonger Specialist Cars
Chart Enterprise Park, Dencora Way
TN23 4FL
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