Lamborghini Countach

Lamborghini Countach
Thillainathan Pathmanathan, Anne Christina Reck
NZ$ 183.99
Our Price:
NZ$ 150.87
h280 x 235mm - 336pg
24 Jun 2021 UK
International import eta 10-19 days
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When launched at the Geneva motor show in 1971, the Lamborghini Countach was like a vision of the future, with its incredibly radical styling by Bertone' s Marcello Gandini. Through various evolutionary stages, the Countach remained in production from 1973 to 1990 and during that time 1,997 examples were manufactured, making it exceedingly rare as well as highly desirable. Subsequently the magnificent Countach has risen to almost mythical status among collectors and enthusiasts. Now, as the model approaches its 50th anniversary, two passionate and deeply knowledgeable Countach co-owners have written an authoritative new book - the first English-language study of the car for 30 years - to celebrate this fabled Italian supercar in all its glory.
Based in Dorset, Thillainathan Pathmanathan and Anne Christina Reck are consultant eye surgeons with an intense passion for Lamborghinis. They own the 1988 5000 Quattrovalvole ' 881/2' featured on the front cover of their book and also a 2005 Murcielago roadster. For ' Path' in particular, the lure of Lamborghini goes back to childhood in Malaysia, when he saw his first example of the marque, the Marzal concept car, at a motor show in 1970. His first book, published in 2018, was about the Murcielago, and the following year he and Anne co-wrote a book about another automotive enthusiasm, the KTM X-BOW, the world' s first production sports car with a full carbon-composite monocoque.

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