Welcome to Sunday Matinee, where we highlight classic car reviews or other longer videos I find on YouTube. Kick back and enjoy this blast from the past.
Okay, so this Countach owner crashed within yards of running his car at Brooklands, but HEY AT LEAST HE TRIED. Good job. Good effort.
Prints and paint, but no photoshop. The founder of the excellent formfreu.de, Markus Haub, transforms vintage racing pictures into the coolest car art we've seen all year.
What started as curiosity about a roadside fire eventually led members of the FerrariChat forum to this: the snowbound Connecticut residence of a 25th Anniversary Lamborghini Countach, parked outside for the winter. Don't all exotics come with rustproofing?
When Marcello Gandini inoculated fantasy spaceship design into cars, he had bigger things to worry about than rear visibility. Like scissor doors. This window looks straight into an air intake. Like we care. It's a Countach! Photo: Axel Griesinger
The Noah's Ark of untouched supercars we identified yesterday as belonging to the Sultan of Brunei may actually be in Singapore, despite being sold by some Kiwis.
A broker is selling 25 Ferraris, three Lamborghinis, and a Cizeta, among other rare supercars. All are unregistered with delivery mileage only, which means they almost certainly belong to the Sultan of Brunei. Who is selling the Sultan's cars?
Surely this must classify as a warp event in ‘80s teenage bedroom poster physics. The only thing missing is Farrah Fawcett frolicking on the engine cover. Click for another picture!
Yep, that's a Lambo. This elegant pile of angles was produced using a 3-D modeling process that its makers have dubbed the Lo Res Project. How they made it is both simple and fascinating.
A 455-hp V-12 from the Countach Quattrovalvole? A pair of gullwing doors? Minivans may be more boring than watching paint dry, but every rule has an exception. This is it.
Not everything from the late ‘70s was malaise-inducing. Today, it's up periscope for some Nice Price or Crack Pipe Italian insanity.
At long last, Ken Imhoff's basement-built Lamborghini Countach made its first run around the block. There's still plenty of test and tune left, but darn it sounds good. Unfortunately, Ken lost his job.
If you're spotting Lamborghinis in Eastern Europe, watch out for chronic cylinder shortage.
One is an Italian supercar. The other is a Hungarian bus. Both are from 1971 — and both use the same rear light cluster.
When Jason Castriota left Pininfarina for Bertone, it was like switching to Coke after a lifetime of Pepsi. Let’s examine a design element he’s started using that’s alien to Pininfarina but essential to Bertone.
Stile Bertone's Mantide now has a price and production run size: $2,000,000 and ten. Let's see if it's worth the 20× premium over its donor car: the Corvette ZR1.
According to a post on ToyotaNation, a Lamborghini dealership employee allegedly got into a street race with a Viper GTS while delivering an ultra-rare Lamborghini Countach once owned by Mario Andretti. Guess what happened next?