Original Bertone drawing of the 1971 Lamborghini Countach. This is a rare factory copy of the master technical blueprint made in the ’70s by Bertone.
The Countach was first shown to the public 50 years ago at the Geneva Motor Show in 1971. Marcello Gandini and Lamborghini showed the world what a radical sportscar looks like. The Countach introduced many new technologies and design features such as the vertically-opening scissor doors, hence the term "Lambo doors."
The Countach was basically a race car for the street. The aluminum body was mounted over a tubular frame and the car was designed around the existing Lamborghini V12 engine in a mid-engine, rear-wheel-drive layout. Unlike the Miura's transversely-mounted engine, the Countach had it longitudinally mounted. Lamborghini was first with this layout and a V12 engine in a mass-produced sports car.
The blueprint originates from a long-term ex-Bertone and Alfa Romeo employee who kept these pieces in his private collection.
The blueprint is accompanied by our EVC certificate to provide proof of authenticity.
123 x 43 cm
The drawing is printed on semi-transparent yellowish acetate tracing paper. It is a nonflammable mildew-proof material that was used in factory workshops.
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Please note that this blueprint is a rare collectable and not a commercially printed product. I don’t offer returns on them. The blueprint is 50 years old and has imperfections and fading. If the blueprint is damaged by the courier, please get in touch via email within 4 weeks with photos and a description of the damage.
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