The Lamborghini Countach rose to fame during the 80s, and to this day is still highly regarded for its sleek and aggressive design. One of the most notable appearances of this car was in the 2013 film “The Wolf of Wall Street”, in which it played a crucial role in the plot. In this film, the Countach was used to represent the extravagant lifestyle of the main character, Jordan Belfort, played by Leonardo DiCaprio. Specializing in sourcing, acquiring, and selling the world’s most influential automotive examples, the team at CURATED of Miami is proud to showcase the official The Wolf of Wall Street Lamborghini Countach as part of its incredible inventory of classic exotics.
This Lamborghini Countach is chassis #KLA12722 and was 1-of-2 25th Anniversry examples used during the filming of Martin Scorsese’s blockbuster hit. Presented in a pristine Bianco Polo finish, the Countach was originally delivered new on July 12th, 1989, to the owner of the Lamborghini F.C. Kerbeck dealership. With a matching Bianco leather interior, only 12 U.S. specified examples of the Lamborghini Countach came from factory in this stunning configuration. Lamborghini Countach chassis #KLA12722 hired for filming by Red Granite in 2012, which later categorized itself as a cinematic star and piece of automotive history.
CURATED has spent countless months tracing and documenting the history of this Lamborghini Countach, with plans to sell it as “art” at an upcoming auction on the Curated TV YouTube channel. View all of CURATED’s inventory for sale on duPont REGISTRY by clicking the link below.
Sources: CURATED & Jeremy Cliff Photography