First Lamborghini Countach LP500S ever produced found after decades of neglect
The story of the first Lamborghini Countach LP500S ever produced is unlike any other abandoned car story. In 1982, this supercar debuted at the Geneva Motor Show, but now it has been found in an abandoned warehouse in Van Nuys, California. After the 'Driver Source' men called in Valentino Balboni, Lamborghini's historic test driver, to do an expert report, it was confirmed that this Countach is indeed the one that debuted in 1982, with some modifications. The Italian supercar had ended up in the hands of Carlos Cavazo, guitarist of Quiet Riot, in 1985 and was put to rest in a warehouse in Van Nuys in 2001, ending up in oblivion after the owner's death in 2021. The price for this supercar in derelict condition is $695,000 (€642,000), but a lot will be needed for the restoration.
BonBon was rescued, small dog stuck in car engine for 50 km
The extraordinary story of BonBon, a puppy only four months old, has captured the attention and hearts of many people.This little dog faced a journey in the engine compartment of a car, miraculously surviving a journey of almost 50 kilometres without the driver knowing anything about it. The little dog was found by a person who was nearby, who, after hearing faint moans coming from a parked car, immediately called the owner to see what it was.This fascinating story is an example of hope, love and determination, a true miracle of survival with a happy ending, which ended with BonBon being reunited with his family.