The Lamborghini Countach was the definitive supercar of its time from its first day in 1974 through to its last one that rolled off the production line in 1990. Only 1,983 Lamborghini Countachs’ were ever made, they were rear-wheel drive and powered by a thirsty V12. The Countach looked dramatic and sounded dramatic.
However, one owner from Connecticut, USA bought one back in 1988, drove it for a while, eventually got bored, and left it in storage for the past 20 years. Over time the Lamborghini Countach became home to various rodent species who used the supercar as a latrine.
This is where supercar detailer AMMO NYC steps into the frame. In the automotive world, car detailing is an obsessive next-level of cleaning. Can AMMO NYC restore the Countach?