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Countach A cry for help from a new owner

Discussion in 'Lamborghini Supercars' started by Spyder-Man, Jun 3, 2021.

  1. Hi all,

    I’ve been contacted by a gentleman in Kuwait who has purchased a white QV from Monaco. The car is now with him, but it appears it has a few issues and needs a good mechanic to put in good order. He mentioned oil leaks and some carb tuning. But expect the unexpected.

    He’s not keen to ship the car but will happily fly in a resource and provide accommodation, air cond garage space and payment.

    So, asking if anyone knows of a suitable person within the middle east area who may be able to assist?

    My thanks
    Rob

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  3. I'm thinking he'll need someone from outside the Middle East, say Europe, where there are a number of knowledgeable specialists.
     
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  4. Any names spring to mind Joe?

    R
     
  5. I have a really good workshop based in Germany, fair prices and since more than 40 years with these cars.
     
  6. Hi and thanks, the issue is that he won't ship the car. But, will happily pay for the person to visit the car in Kuwait.

    R
     
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  8. #6 joe sackey, Jun 4, 2021
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    A number of specialists in the UK including your guy, Germany (as Leo suggests) Italy etc, there's no shortage, but as you know by now I'm reluctant to publicly endorse anybody besides Dugan and he's in the USA so that's no help.

    Honestly, I think that's going to be a problem, as you know not all Countach issues can be effectively resolved by a flying visit by a guy with a bag of tools, unless of course the issues have been diagnosed for certain and are determined to be minor. I think any specialist who can really take care of this car will want it in their shop where they have access to all their equipment, tools and other resources so they can do a proper job. You mentioned oil leaks and carburetor tuning, maybe the latter can be effectively addressed in it's current location at home, but the former can't. I think if he wants the car really working like it should, he's got to ship it, convincing him of that is actually the best help you can give him IMO.
     
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  9. @JohnMH might know who can help.
     
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