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Out for a drive on Saturday. lovely warm winter day in Spain. Entered a small town and had to drive down a one way street to get to the main exit from the town.

This led to a small crossroads, I had to go straight across but it was two way, and only enough space for one car at a time.
The car coming towards me stopped to look at my car, blocking off my route, by this time the car was surrounded by about 50 people all taking pictures etc. then all the drivers, that were by this time stuck in the jam that had now started, got out of the their cars to look at the problem. Then they all went back to their cars to get their cameras !!
Then, at the back of, by this time a BIG jam, they started honking their horns ( well it is Spain after all)
EVENTUALLY, the police were called by someone. It took about half an hour to get me out of the place and I got escorted out of town to prevent any more blocks.

It´s only a Countach after all !!

What a laugh, I cannot imagine ANY other car in the world causing this type of reaction, Ferrari or other type of Lambo ( sorry Murcie and Gallardo owners )
 

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The few Lamborghini's that I see tend to be Murcies or G's...I have seen a couple Diablos, I have never seen a Countach. The car museum here in San Diego is going to be having an Italian auto expo form Jan-Mar....hope to see some Countache's, Miura's, etc. there.
 

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I managed to get my Murcielago stuck on a smalled cobbled street in the UK - down to somebody parking badly. It was hugely embarrasing as being in a very large yellow car tends to attract smirks in the UK rather than cameras!

Eventually managed to raise the front (the system never seems to work when you really need it!) and with a very sharp left hand lock gently put it up a high kerb without damage and get past. It was 15 minutes of hot sweaty embarrasment!
 
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