The first (and therapeutic) wash of a Lamborghini Countach in 20 years (+ video)

The first (and therapeutic) wash of a Lamborghini Countach in 20 years (+ video)

Lately I have to admit that I have developed a major addiction to car detailing videos. Whether it’s detailing a utterly disastrous car – the closer to an NBC threat the better – or the finishing touch to a well-spoiled sports car or classic, I find detailing videos therapeutic. There’s something magical about detailing, bringing our beloved cars back to immaculate and near-perfect condition. And there is something even more magical about a detailed when it has as protagonist to a spectacular Lamborghini Countach.

The Countach in question is a unit from 1988. It had been sitting in a garage for 20 years, gathering dust, until its owner decided to sell it – taking advantage of the tremendous prices that a good copy can achieve. The biggest “danger” of the car were the Rodent nests Larry Kosilla of AMMO NYC found in the glove compartment, as well as in the trunk. Hand in hand with these nests come urine and feces, whose cleaning is essential for the future of the car. These nests, by the way, have to be removed by hand from the vehicle – a disgusting task.

From the factory, many panels have very inconsistent thicknesses of paint. Quality was not Lamborghini’s forte in the 1980s.

After eliminating the nests, the body wash began, accompanied by a very careful polishing of its multiple panels and a cleaning of the plastics. The interior is actually the area that has required the most work, due to the presence of organic remains from the mice. A steam cleaner, in combination with an all-purpose cleaner, and an injection-extraction vacuum cleaner, work wonders. The final result is impressive: the car looks practically new. For sure, he has never been so clean in his 33 years of age.

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AMMO once again demonstrates the quality and professionalism of its work.

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