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3.9L Carbureted V12 - Last Black/Black 1st Gen Produced!

Make: Lamborghini
Model: Countach
SubModel: LP400 Periscopio
Type: Coupe
Trim: LP400 Periscopica - Rare Nero/Nero - 350 Miles!
Year: 1976
Mileage: 344
VIN: 1120182
Color: Nero
Engine: 3.9L V12
Cylinders: 12
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Nero
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: San Diego, California, United States

1976 Lamborghini Countach LP400 Periscopica - Rare Nero/Nero - 350 Miles! Additional Info:

1976 Lamborghini LP400 "Countach Periscopica" -Impossibly perfect and the finest example known to exist! -One of just 150 built and the sole black on black example -Musuem display example since new until our purchase -Never road-registered prior to our purchase -No driving time since completion of full restoration -551 original kilometers from new -Matching Numbers Year 1976 Make Lamborghini Model LP400 Type Countach "Periscopica" Chassis No 1120182 Engine No 1120182 Transaxle No 1120182 Body No 182 Production Sequence No 91...of 150 Italian DGM / OM Homologation No 14758 Exterior Color Black Interior Color Black Completed May 14th, 1976 Specifications: 3,929 CC DOHC V-12 Engine Six Weber 45 DCOE Carburetors 375 BHP at 8,000 RPM 5-Speed Manual Transaxle 4-Wheel Ventilated Disc Brakes 4-Wheel Independent-Wishbone Suspension with Coil Springs Ownership History 1976 Nassib Jumblatt Beirut, Lebanon 1976 Seaside Sport Association Yokohama Japan 1976 Seaside Motors Nagoya, Japan 1977 Mitsuo Sanami Tokyo, Japan 1982 Isao Noritake, Aichi, Japan 1986 Yoshiaki Okada Nagoya, Japan 1990 Isao Noritake Aichi, Japan 2015 Symbolic International San Diego, California 2015 Peter Dyson Winnetka, Illinois 2018 Symbolic International San Diego, California Production of Lamborghini's LP400 "Countach Periscopica" models began in April of 1974. Only 150 different examples were completed with the last being finished in January of 1978. Five different LP400 Countach "Periscopicas" were ordered and and destined to be sold new in Lebanon which at the time was the hub and center of banking and wealth in the Middle East. These were initially all ordered new by APECO SA on behalf of the Lebanese Lamborghini distributorship. The last of these five, s/n 112082 was initially intended for Prince Ahmed Syed Saud but the order was never executed and instead, the order was changed and production sequence No. 91 of the 150 built was sold to Nassib Jumblatt, cousin of the well-known Lebanese politician, Walid Jumblatt in Beirut, Lebanon.