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    Quote Originally Posted by cutlass442 View Post
    Better to get them made in 17 inch anyway since you can get wide tires cheap like $150
    The 15 inch rear tires Cost over $700 each
    Agreed, which is why I bought early Diablo wheels for my car.

    I do have the CAD files for the original Countach wheels scaled up to 17" though... and that's designed up, not just scaled the file...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rippin6Gears View Post
    Ron talked to them, they don't have mold for 15" wheels, smallest they do is 16". It would be about $10k alone for a 15" mold.
    And you'll need two molds as the fronts and rears are different...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rippin6Gears View Post
    Ron talked to them, they don't have mold for 15" wheels, smallest they do is 16". It would be about $10k alone for a 15" mold.
    Ron speaks Chinese? I got nowhere.

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    They translate English easily through the app, as I have bought multiple set of wheels from them. They did refer me to another company that can do 15"x12s but would need the cad files if anyone can send them to me.

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    Now you're talking 😆

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    Sadly I have had a turn of events that is forcing me to sell the Countach.

    Im looking for $35k for all of it but open to offers. I am not splitting it up.

    The car is accurate dimensions and OEM parts seem to line up without modification.
    It needs to be put together. I think I have every single part required so no sourcing required. *Front turn signal lenses are cracked, need to be replaced.
    It has a curved glass windshield with antenna embedded.
    It has new drilled/slotted rotors, calipers, stainless steel brake lines and new pedal assembly rebuild.
    New bearings in all 4 wheel assemblies.
    Rebuilt steering rack.
    I have a cable shifter for it.
    I have 1 complete set of Stewart Warner gauges and an almost complete second set.
    I have all the grille assemblies for the scoops and the front air dam.
    It has new Stabilus door shocks.
    I have an original LP400 RAID steering wheel.
    Turn signal/Wiper/Lights stalk assembly.
    Center console vents(RARE as a leprechaun's pot of gold), console switches and the $500 oem cigarette lighter for LP400.
    Dash pod switch and lights.
    Rear light assemblies.
    Side marker lights.
    Seat shells
    Fiamm air horns
    Interior material and headliner
    Dash, console, and supporting interior panels.
    Headlight pods and mounted headlight motors.
    All original badging (Lamborghini, Countach, S, Bertone, and hood emblem)
    Set of new in the plastic Bravo Phone dial wheels plus the rims on it right now from Weld racing I think (they use Countach tire format and currently have a set of Yokohama and Pirelli mounted on the car).
    I also have a set of fiberglass smooth phone dial inserts.

    The engine is a boxer-6 from a Subaru SVX that was just rebuilt. 3.3l 240HP
    It is still in the car and I start it every other day. Car has transmission problems but will drive.
    The transmission is a Porsche 914 5 speed with original Countach dog legged shift pattern so it will match the shift gate properly.
    The chassis is a Porsche 914

    I have the open title from New Jersey which I have never transferred to North Carolina. Title says Countach

    PM with questions/offers

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    35k or even 20k for an Unassembled kit isn't going to happen

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    PM Sent.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cutlass442 View Post
    35k or even 20k for an Unassembled kit isn't going to happen
    If it was a Pontiac Fiero I would agree but the majority of my parts are OEM so I have a replica not a kit and I will sit on it before I give it away.

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