From Road & Track
Someone in the late Eighties and early Nineties put together a collection of five cars seemingly designed to make Radwood nerds in 2020 drool. A Lamborghini Countach, Jalpa, and an LM002, plus a Mercedes-Benz SEC 6.0 AMG, and a Lotus Esprit X180R. All are in pristine condition, and are now up for sale at Miami classic supercar dealer Curated. This would make a great five-car garage for a Miami Vice villain.
The Countach is a 1989 25th Anniversary model with just 2600 miles on the clock, finished in Nero Tenebere with a cream leather interior. While purists don’t like all the extra styling elements fit to the 25th Anniversary, these are the best-sorted Countach examples, and we think the bodykit is charmingly of its time. Curated believes the Jalpa is the last North American-market car, built in 1988 and looking great with its