A Lamborghini Countach is restored to its former glory after 20 years of neglect

For luxury vehicles, it's never too late.
Derya Ozdemir

If you're a fan of supercars, this one is for you.

Let's be real — few cars have sparked more love in Lamborghini's long, nearly six-decade history than the Countach. This iconic car adorns the dreams of many, and it's even being brought back.

In this video by the YouTube channel AMMO NYC, a 1985 Countach that has not been moved in 20 years is restored to its former splendor, and we can tell you it needed a lot of love.

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The renowned supercar was a complete catastrophe, as it was littered with mouse feces and urine. It required a comprehensive restoration detail before being sent to Curated in Miami to be fully restored before being sold.

The video shows it getting out of the garage and being transported to the AMMO Studio, where the YouTuber performs preservation. We should say it's amusing to watch him bring out the most awful jean soaked in urine and feces, but it also makes you feel bad for the iconic car. If you want to see more, check the video embedded above, and as usual, have fun.

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