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The original Countach prototype, after several extra intakes were mounted to cool the engine ...
Rear view of the heavily reworked Countach prototype, these taillights wouldn't make in into production ...
The green production prototype of what would become the legendary Lamborghini Countach ...
An early drawing of the successor to the legendary Lamborghini Miura ...
Side view of a first attempt at designing what would become the Lamborghini Countach ...
Too bad those nice shoulder mounted air intakes couldn't cool the engine enough ...
Several publicity photographs were made of the Lamborghini Countach prototype ...
The amazing yellow Lamborghini Countach prototype, a rare breed indeed ...
Another publicity shot of the futuristic Lamborghini Countach Prototype ...
The Lamborghini Countach Prototype looked like an alien vehicle back in the early Seventies ...
Just imagine how these doors impressed the world back in 1971, never seen before ...
During it's rather short life, the Countach prototype underwent heavy testing and extensive modifications ...
The original 5-Liter engine used in the Countach prototype, it would not make it into production ...
The dashboard was a bit too futuristic, the production model received normal dials instead of these digital ones ...
After many miles of testing and modifications, the Countach Prototype ended his carreer against an impact wall.
Fashion photography was a big hit back in the early Seventies, hence this shoot with the Countach ...
The first Lamborghini Countach Prototype, a nice and simple design, no add-ons or wings yet ...
Unfortunately those stylish taillights didn't appear on the final production model for the Lamborghini Countach.
This top view of the original Countach prototype clearly shows the 'clutter free' design of this car ...
Really nice photograph from 1971, before the necessary additional air intakes were mounted to cool the V12.
In 1973 the amazing Countach prototype lost much of it's original clean design, necessary cooling was added.
By March 1974 the Countach looked like this green production prototype, only minor things would be changed.
History repeats itself, in September 2001 the one of a kind Countach production prototype was again at the factory.
The unique Countach production prototype received a nice spot inside the official factory museum ...

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