What does a white Lamborghini Countach to do with the Star Wars film series? Nothing, apart from the resemblance to the also white uniforms stormtroopers occurring there. Apparently, the British auction house Coys had exactly in mind when you photographed the Lambo with two stormtroopers and her boss Darth Vader. On 1 December 2015, the car will be auctioned off, his new owners could therefore on 17 December thus ancestor to the premiere of the latest Star Wars film.
The Lamborghini Countach is one of 1984. He is the second built model of 5000 - S series and shows off white interior, and a powerful rear wing. Those who want to indulge in the 1980s - pomp, must provide at least 270,000 to 320,000 pounds sterling converted 380000-450000 euros. Chris Routledge, the " Managing Director " of Coys, is convinced that the investment is worthwhile: " This car is the best Countach, one can possess, he would pull every loyal Jedi to the dark side of the Force. . " Less wealthy Star Wars Fans can access to various movie posters, even for fans of James Bond posters are on offer.
Naturally, the Lamborghini is not the only car to be auctioned: In the offer is, for example, a 1966 Mini Cooper S, the Paddy Hopkirk and Timo Mäkinen have moved in that time at various rallies. This makes the car expensive: When converted from 170,000 to 210,000 euros the hammer to fall. In similar and far more expensive price ranges to move an Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint Speciale right-hand drive with rare Ruddspeed - tuning and a Bugatti T 30 Tourer of 1925. A real price explosion has been recorded for the Ferrari Dino 246th For the sales copy from 1974 Coys estimated up to 377,000 euros . ( rh )