For The Wolf of Wall Street director Martin Scorsese felt it was important to use a real car in the scene where Jordan Belfort (played by Leonardo DiCaprio) gets into his Countach. A simulated car would behave differently than the real thing, the director thought. That’s why the 25th Anniversary Lamborghini Countach weighing a few tons came and was allowed to be a total loss. I’m too late for words of course to demolish such a car for a movie scene, but whatever. That special car can now be yours.
By the way, if you prefer an intact Countach The Wolf of Wallstreet do you want to have? Because it’s still there. Then go to the auction RM Sotheby’s on December 8 in New York. Oh, don’t forget to bring between one and a half and two million. Somewhere around that price, the auction house expects to hammer the Lambo. Anyway, back to the deleted example.
After recording The Wolf of Wallstreet the good parts of the wrecked Countach were sold separately. For example, a windshield could sell for $50,000. It seems like a lot. But now it seems to have a new mirror. To please the Lambo nerds, here are the details of that special Countach. The 5.2 liter V12 produces 455 hp and the top speed is 298 km/h. By the way, 650 of them were made.
The crashed Lamborghini Countach from The Wolf of Wall Street is just as expensive as an undamaged Lambo.
A crashed Lamborghini Countach The The Wolf of Wallstreet goes with Bonhams under the hammer. By the way, they hold an auction during the F1 weekend in Abu Dhabi, on Saturday you can bid on the famous movie car after qualifying. The auction house is also hoping to raise between $1.5 million and $2 million for the Countach. You read that correctly: 1.5 million or more for a large Lambo.
If we had to choose, we’d definitely bid on the unaffected version. Wow, you get some good stuff with a folded Countach. What about the outfit DiCaprio wore during his scene with the Countach? Or Scorsese’s director’s chair and clapboard with three signatures: director, DiCaprio and actor Robbie? To top it all off, there are two DVDs of the film. Will it tempt you to buy a broken Lambo?