Boxy shot. Who would've guessed that the best Lamborghini ever is half box. And yes I just said that.
The back, with many intakes and the two ballistic missile pods.
Down low view.
Downer lower viewer.
Fighter plane action! Pew pew pew!!!
Everything open, except for the front, but that only contains the spare wheel and battery. I didn't build it, just the opening panel, which I didn't find worth opening.
Seriously, why did Lamborghini put a donut spare tire in it? How much good will that do if the back tire goes? Its 1/6th the size! ITAAALYYYYYY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
The V-12, with its many intakes. Unfortunately I ran out of 1x1 cones.
The beige interior, now with real beige action!
The seats slide forward and up or back and down. Putting Citroen practical tech in a supercar. Logic.
Glovebox. Most important part. Also note the gearbox, with 1-2, N, R, and park. Mind you 1 and 2 are the same ratio but with 2 working sets of gears. More logic.
Steering controlled from the cabin steering wheel! Ignore the tape.
Also a side note, the rear was at one point a test mule for magnetic suspension. Whilst I put 12 magnets on the trailing arms, it just wasn't enough for the car's weight. My next car has the same technology on it's rear kit.
Zoomed in, note the lack of space for a dif. Would've helped massively, you know, for turning the car around for photography.
Pop-up headlamps. Not the best, but then again there's only a plate of spare room. Also, I nearly deleted this page instead of editting it. Genius. Really genius.
I never tire of your works, Senator. I like how you switch between cars and spaceships, each equally impressive. I like the coloring on this one, (and thanks for adding the tan action). The engine is very well done. Sorry you ran out of the cones before you could finish.
Yes. The BEST Lambo ever! What I don't understand is why you asked why Lambo did something insanely ridiculous like put a lawnmower wheel in for a spare. Because they are Lambo. Duh. Why spoil a work of art with something practical. =]
Wow, you should get "bored" more often, if the results of that are like this one ;-)) The Countach is still one of my all-time favourites and yours is one of my favourites on MOCpages, now :-)) The best part is, of course, the glove box ;-)) Great job! :-)) P.S.: I once had a picture of a Countach with the spare tire mounted on the rear axle from an old magazine. That really looked ridiculous! :-))