Man Spent 17 Years Building a Lamborghini in Basement

Man Spent 17 Years Building a Lamborghini in Basement

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Ken Imhoff spent 17 years building his dream car a Lamborghini Countach in his basement, after falling in love with the Black Lamborghini from the movie Cannonball Run. It took him 17 Years to build a Lamborghini from scratch in his basement with his own 2 hands. Ken refers to the Lamborghini on his website as "Bull in the Basement" but is also known as the "Basement Lambo" Car Build Cost (Confimed by Ken Imhoff) = $65,000 US Dollars Car Sold (unconfirmed) = $89,000 US Dollars Thanks for watching #Lamborghini #Lambo #BasementLambo ___________________________________________________________________ CREDIT LINKS ► Ken Imhoff Youtube = https://www.youtube.com/user/Countachguy ► Ken Imhoff Website = http://www.kiengineering.com ► Artlist Music Link - https://artlist.io/Scott-530947 ________________________________________________________________ Here are the specs for the Lamborghini: ♦ All hand formed aluminum body weighing 2400 lbs, representing a euro spec 1982 Countach LP5000S ♦ All steel tube space frame similar to the original ♦ Ford Cleveland Boss 351 (514hp@ 6800rpm) with a Probe 377C.I. stroker kit ♦ Forged 11.75 comp. pistons H-beam rods ♦ .630 lift roller cam and Milodon gear drive ♦ Crower pushrods and S.S. roller rockers with S.S. HiFlow manley valves ♦ Ported and polished heads and Hall Pantera Weber manifold ♦ 48 IDA downdraft Webers built by Inglesse ♦ Canton 10 qt. trap-door road racing pan and oil cooler ♦ ZF 5 speed transaxle with (4:10 gear) ♦ 15lb. aluminum flywheel ♦ MSD box and billet dist. ♦ Tires rear Hooiser 25.0x13.0x16 front 23.5x12.0x16 slicks ♦ Wheels custom BBS rim shells with hand made center sections. 12x16 rear 10x16 front ♦ Brakes Wilwood Suprelite 4 piston calipers and 12"x1.25" vented rotors and aluminum hats ♦ Exhaust handmade 180deg. 2" S.S. headers, 3.5" collectors, 12" long x 3.5" racing muffers. ♦ Wilwood racing pedals/master cylinders/hyd. clutch ♦ Pantera ZF 5-speed, Hyd clutch, alum flywheel, bell housing, and shifter- Twin Howe sprintcar aluminum radiators with 2400cfm puller fans, Oil cooler with twin remote race filters ♦ Performance untested weight 2700lbs.- 15 gal. fuel cell, electric fuel pump, and sending unit ♦ Top Speed confirmed by Ken = 140mph ♦ Real Lambo Parts : tailights, parking lights, windshield, speed glass side windows, badges, fiberglass wing, wheel arches, and chin spoiler ♦ A competition style interior, MOMO seats, 5 point harness, splined steering wheel, 5 lb. Halon fire bottle, all anodized aluminum interior panels with heat and sound barrier rear bulkhead with removable access panel between seats ____________________________________________________________________ ► Wonder World Twitter - https://twitter.com/WonderWorld_YTC ★ For personal story suggestions or business enquiries about product stories / reviews, please contact me on my email from the ABOUT page. Note: All suggestions are welcome, but may not be chosen as they are not suitable for this channel. ★★ NOTE: Please do not ask for permission to use footage in this video, or the whole video itself, as the ownership of all footage remains that of the owners who gave me permission to use it. If you want to use any of the footage click on the links above and seek permission from the owners.

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