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Nelson

Check out this interior

words fail me that someone actually commissioned that interior.

http://www.classicdriver.com/en/car/lamborghini/countach/1985/196245

keep fit windows too
Big Blue

Grim. Not especially well-fitting either.
Nice Guy Eddie

I like that maybe not with a white exterior but still.

Clearly with the respray its had a load of money spent on it.
tali

Must have been most expensive car sold with winders.
Electrics in 1988, with the 25th Anniversary.
Humphrey The Pug

The Burberry carpet is hiddeous however I like the rest of it; including the keep fit windows.
PG

That carpet. Surely some sort of joke?
Mark

Surprised the thing is still standing on its wheels after doing 12.5k miles - Doesn't look like it's been on fire either.

Countach-wise, this has a nice interior:

http://www.autotrader.co.uk/class.../used%2Cnearlynew%2Cnew?logcode=p
PhilD

Mark wrote:
Surprised the thing is still standing on its wheels after doing 12.5k miles - Doesn't look like it's been on fire either.

Countach-wise, this has a nice interior:

http://www.autotrader.co.uk/class.../used%2Cnearlynew%2Cnew?logcode=p


£1m for a countach!!
Blarno

Countach interiors are fucking horrible places anyway. Terrible leather, ill-fitting plastics, horrendously offset pedals and a haphazard approach to ergonomics.
Mark

PhilD wrote:
Mark wrote:
Surprised the thing is still standing on its wheels after doing 12.5k miles - Doesn't look like it's been on fire either.

Countach-wise, this has a nice interior:

http://www.autotrader.co.uk/class.../used%2Cnearlynew%2Cnew?logcode=p


£1m for a countach!!


It's £POA.
PhilD

PhilD wrote:
Mark wrote:
Surprised the thing is still standing on its wheels after doing 12.5k miles - Doesn't look like it's been on fire either.

Countach-wise, this has a nice interior:

http://www.autotrader.co.uk/class.../used%2Cnearlynew%2Cnew?logcode=p


£1m for a countach!!


What's that price at the top?
Mark

PhilD wrote:
PhilD wrote:
Mark wrote:
Surprised the thing is still standing on its wheels after doing 12.5k miles - Doesn't look like it's been on fire either.

Countach-wise, this has a nice interior:

http://www.autotrader.co.uk/class.../used%2Cnearlynew%2Cnew?logcode=p


£1m for a countach!!


What's that price at the top?


I think the way that the Autotrader website works is that it has to put a £ figure value onto each advert page - so because the vendor has specified a £POA (not a figure value), it goes down at the highest figure value.

That's just my assumption...
PhilD

Mark wrote:
PhilD wrote:
PhilD wrote:
Mark wrote:
Surprised the thing is still standing on its wheels after doing 12.5k miles - Doesn't look like it's been on fire either.

Countach-wise, this has a nice interior:

http://www.autotrader.co.uk/class.../used%2Cnearlynew%2Cnew?logcode=p


£1m for a countach!!


What's that price at the top?


I think the way that the Autotrader website works is that it has to put a £ figure value onto each advert page - so because the vendor has specified a £POA (not a figure value), it goes down at the highest figure value.

That's just my assumption...


ah that would make sense. There does seem to be a classic car bubble at the moment so a low mileage Countach probably is big money. Maybe north of £300k?
tali

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