Lamborghini Countach

Model Årgang Motor HK Km/t CO2
Countach 1985 5167 ccm 445 - -
Countach LP5000S QV 1985 5167 ccm 448 298 -
Countach LP 5000 S QV 1985 5167 ccm 445 298 -
Countach LP500S 1982 4754 ccm 375 274 -
Countach LP 500S 1982 4754 ccm 373 - -
Countach LP 400 S 1978 3929 ccm 373 284 -
Countach LP400S 1977 3929 ccm 375 264 -
Countach LP 400 S 1977 3929 ccm 373 264 -
Countach LP400 1974 3929 ccm 374 260 -
Countach 5000 S 1974 4753 ccm 417 313 -
Countach LP 400 1974 3929 ccm 372 260 -
Countach LP 400 1973 3929 ccm 373 314 -
Countach Prototype 1971 4971 ccm 440 306 -

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