Not only does Kimble give us a taste of the interior – which often surprises Countach first-timers with how basic and crude it is – we have occasion to see the forward-pointing gearbox complete with the classic gated shifter. Note the pedals positioned appropriately to the right, one of the many quirks that made the supercar a bit uncomfortable to drive. With the powertrain encroaching on the interior and a lack of protective material separating them, it’s easy to see why driving the Countach was also a very warm experience.

Look closely and you’ll see stitching on the steering wheel, not to mention synchronizers for the gears and all kinds of other details. Kimble indeed doesn't skimp on specifics.