The king of '80s bedroom walls, the Lamborghini Countach set the standard for supercar design. Horatio Pagani took Marcello Gandini's original design and gave it an over-the-top '80s makeover in the Countach 25th Anniversary edition, produced over three years with 658 units made. In addition to the styling, modifications to the chassis and engine made the 25th Anniversary edition the fastest and most refined Countach produced by Lamborghini. This 1989 example was purchased new by Lamborghini fanatic Rod Stewart, who sold it shortly after in 1995. The car remained in the same family until 2022 when it was bought by the current seller. Finished in black over a black interior, the car has the smoother European-spec front bumper fitted and is otherwise an immaculate, all-original example throughout.