In 1971, Lamborghini redefined what was possible in automotive design. Looking like it could have come from another planet, the Countach's wedge shape and scissor doors set the tone for supercar design and sold enough bedroom posters to plaster an entire city. The basic design evolved over 16 years of production, and this 1981 LP400 S is one of the best-looking years. A low-body model of which only 105 were made, the goal was to keep the original LP400's ground-scraping stance. A multi-year restoration totaling over $250,000 was performed with only 200 miles on the car since it was completed, making this an excellent example of one of the most iconic cars ever made.