Incredible Loud Lamborghini Countach LP500 S (Vs. Corvette C5 w/ Straightpipes)

Mart records these two incredible loud Lamborghini Countaches. This video contains accelerations, flybys, a very little backfire and much more of these two awesome Italian bulls! In the video you also see a Chevrolet Corvette C5 Convertible with straightpipes, which sounds just insane! This Corvette also made a nice powerslide which you can barely see, but it's still nice! Now I let you decide which car sounds best! The Countach or the Corvette? Enjoy watching this video, and don't forget to comment! If you want to be kept up to date with the latest cars i capture doing drifts, burnouts, accelerations and many many more, just click on the [SUBSCRIBE] button!

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