Many of you know of and contributed to my Countach tool kit thread: https://www.lamborghinichat.com/forum/threads/countach-tool-kit-thread.592651/ Additionally, I have spent a considerable amount of time over the past three years researching precisely what original and correct ancillaries were included with Countach's from the factory. I am specifically referring to the following: - Key sets - Manuals pouch - Owners manual - Warranty/maintenance book - Dealer directory booklet (certain early models) - Locking gas cap - Stereo's/speakers - Stereo manuals (owners, installation, parts, warranty cards, etc.) Unlike tool kits, there seems to be a very recognizable and consistent pattern to what ancillary items were included with each variant. Again, as an owner who’s extremely focused on factory originality and presenting my car at top concours d’elegace, having all the correct components are important to me. This thread is meant to be a resource for learning. As is common and well understood in the Ferrari community, I feel it's very important that we acknowledge a base of standardization for these details as these cars age and their values rise. I will gladly present as much info as I have on the topic and I hope to expand my understanding from others through photos and knowledge. Given that I am an owner of a 1985 Quattrovalvole carbonated model, I will primarily present what I know about that variant, but I strongly encourage owners of other Countach's to actively post on this thread as well.