Ultra-Rare $550,000 Lamborghini Countach Gets Crashed for the Wolf of Wall Street

If you’ve seen The Wolf of Wall Street, then you know the anniversary of the Lamborghini we’re covering today. While most movies use fake cars to film stunts and car crashes, a real Lamborghini was used for this scene.

According to GT Spirit, the manufacturers have created a true 25-year-old version of the iconic Countach. Seven years after the film’s release, we still don’t know much about this cracking supercar.

How did the Lamborghini crash in the movie?

Lamborghini Countach Anniversary | Paramount Pictures

In case you haven’t seen the movie, here’s a summary of the destruction of the Lamborghini Cousin. The story begins with Jordan Belfort, played by Leonardo DiCaprio, taking a heavy dose of hard drugs before heading to a local country club. As soon as they arrived, the drugs started working and Belfort had to crawl on the couch.

In the next scene, DiCaprio drives home, apparently without hitting a single car. Later it turned out that the car had crashed on the way home. Although this was done to create a bit of shock and awe, the director of the film decided to use a real Lamborghini Countach for the stunt.

This supercar crashed in real life.

Lamborghini Countach Anniversary | Paramount Pictures

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If the damaged Lamborghini Countach looked authentic, it’s because it was. According to GT Spirit, the crew took the time to destroy one of the 658 25th Anniversary Countach models produced. Although the car was only on the screen for a few seconds, there is a lot of visual damage.

First, the front bumper, wings and hood of the Lamborghini Countach were destroyed. The damage is all the greater because none of the panels were left alone during the cascade. There is also significant damage to the doors. The worst damage, however, is to the rear quarter, which looks almost ripped off. Although it’s hard to see, the passenger’s rear wheel appears to have sustained serious damage.

If there is one positive in this Lamborghini Countach story, it is the fact that this car can probably be repaired without too much trouble. An additional advantage of this type of damage is that none of the damages appear to be of a structural nature. But it certainly won’t be cheap. Most of these plates can probably be replaced and restored to their original condition. Unfortunately, it’s been over seven years since the film’s release, and there’s still a lot we don’t know.

Where is this car more than seven years later?

Lamborghini Countach | Lamborghini

This Lamborghini Countach is probably one of the most famous, but it hasn’t been seen since the end of the movie. Although the damage was probably repairable, no one seems to have tried to fix the broken supercar. Oddly enough, the car was never auctioned off in a state of disrepair. Given its value, there’s a chance it wasn’t just dumped in a landfill. If we had to guess, this broken Countach is probably kept in a private collection, like movie memorabilia.

According to Classic Driver, the Ferrari Testarossa used in the film was released a few years ago. Oddly enough, this car made it all the way to Monaco before being sold. Anyway, we’ll never know what happened to the raccoon that crashed.

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