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  • Year of release: The car: Black Lambo Countach driven by the beautiful Jill Rivers and Marcie Thatcher. Why it's special: The film is.

    The Cannonball Run is a American-Hong Kong comedy film starring Burt Reynolds, Marcie Thatcher (Adrienne Barbeau), two attractive women who use their looks to their advantage, start the race in a black Lamborghini Countach.

    The Countach was made famous in Cannonball Run and Cannonball Run II. It also appeared in the final Cannonball film, Speed Zone, Miami Vice, and in the.

    Nothing happens at first, but when Seymour presses the button, he Seymour goes flying into the water. The car saved Lamborghini from financial ruin, permeated pop culture, and reinvented itself continuously: Warner Bros has acquired the rights to the Cannonball Run franchise and in set Etan Cohen to write and direct a remake, titled Cannonball. Cannonball Run featured an all-star cast, including these actors: United States [1] Hong Kong [2].

    5 Things You Didn’t Know About the Lamborghini Countach - The Drive

    Vehicle used a lot by a main character or for a long time. Pictures are property of movie companies owner of the respective movies. Comments are property of their authors. Carradine drove a red Pontiac Firebird.

    A Lambo is in 'Cannenball Run' from -- Last edit: I'll change the date and link. No, neither do the driving lamps underneath it.

    The US-spec version originally had a ridiculously looking black rubber pad up front to comply with the 5mph impact law. Though the engine was slightly upgraded from the LP model, the most radical changes were in the exterior, where the tires were replaced with much wider Pirelli P7 units, and fiberglass wheel arch extensions were added, giving the car the fundamental look it kept until the end of its production run. An optional V-shaped spoiler was available over the rear deck, which, while improving high-speed stability, reduced the top speed by at least 10 MPH.

    Most owners ordered the wing. Dynamically, the LPS was a better car, the wider tires making it more stable in cornering. Aesthetically, some prefer the slick lines of the original while others prefer the more aggressive lines of the later vehicles, beginning with the LPS. The standard emblems "lamborghini" and "Countach" were kept at the rear, but an angular "S" emblem was added after the "Countach" on the right side.

    If I i'am At home i'll add of show pictures. Unfortuanely this legislation gave way to the ugly bumpers that ended up on all US bound Countaches.

    European body version Countach is the way to go! I've noticed that on the last picture, the Countach seems to have a front license plate Plus it seems different then the on on the rear that we see on the 2nd picture Add a comment You must login to post comments Page generated in 0. The front wing was actually added to comply with the US law on minimum height of the front bumper to then comply with impact laws.

    Authentic Lamborghini Countach with ugly US front bumpers. Found this link from another site: Looking at those 12 picture police car fan posted

    THE CANNONBALL RUN 2 (1984) Intro - Lamborghini Countach LP400S (S3)



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