Few cars capture the spirit of the 1980’s better than The Wolf of Wall Street Lamborghini Countach. How would you like that inspiration sitting in your garage every day? Maybe you could even pound your chest and do a hum-chant like Matthew McConaughey.
While making the cult classic, Martin Scorsese’s crew used two different white Lamborghini Countach cars for filming. This particular example is one of them and it is not the car that was destroyed in the epic crawling scene featuring Leonardo DiCaprio. Yeah, they really did damage the other one for the movie. What a tragedy.
One way or another, this Countach is unforgettable. Here are the details that really matter if you are a gearhead: this is a 1989 Lamborghini Countach 25th Anniversary edition. That makes this an extremely desirable car by itself, the fact that this Lambo is a movie star is only icing on the cake.
On top of that, the color you see on this car is extremely rare. The Bianco Polo exterior with the Bianco leather interior was only delivered with a total of 12 US-specification 25th Anniversary Countach examples. This is one of them. What a clean look. No other exterior color shows the body details of the Countach better than Bianco Polo.
Anniversary editions are the most advanced version of the Countach ever made, they even feature improvements by Horacio Pagani. Other highlights include the legendary 5.2L V12 engine with that signature Lamborghini growl.
This 12-cylinder engine produces 455 horsepower with 369 pound-feet of torque delivered to the meaty rear tires. A 5-speed manual transmission puts you in the driver’s seat of one of the most iconic supercars of all-time.
Luckily, if you want to add this classy The Wolf of Wall Street Lamborghini Countach to your collection, you don’t have to be Jordan Belfort. You just have to have the money he once had.
This exclusive silver screen Countach will be available via auction to the highest bidder during RM Sotheby’s Luxury Week beginning on December 8, 2023. Expect to see a sales price close to $2 million, if not more. You’re going to want to bring a blank check to this auction if you plan on landing this collector’s car.
One thing’s for sure, you will feel like a star when you sit in this Countach, you just won’t want to put a lot of miles on it. Unless you need to go to the Brookville Country Club to use the payphone. What’s a payphone?
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