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krishna.iskandana

Lamborghini Murcielago LP 670-4 SV

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Hi again guys,

Here's another recently completed model, Lamborghini Murcielago LP 670-4 SV from Aoshima.

Superb kit as usual, but somehow I just couldn't fit the doors properly, must have been my mistake as a modeller.

The color is tamiya TS 16 yellow with gloss clearcoat from Mr. Hobby.

The original wheels were too small for my taste, so I decided to change them with 19" Work Gnosis GS2, also from Aoshima, but I chose to keep the original tyres.

Let me know what you think and thanks for looking.

Best Regards

Krishna Iskandana

Jakarta, Indonesia

Perth, Western Australia

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Looks like great work! The yellow, though, is it Lamborghini-y enough?

Did you put this up on the WB? I'd like to see this come together!

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Super NICE build, I only have one question why did you not paint it YELLOW? :lol: just messing with ya looks great!! :)

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Nice Lamborghini model and color combination ! :)

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Nice Job!! Looks great! I have been looking to get this same kit to compliment my display of Lambo's as well. Did you happen to use the Aoshima made "Detail-Up" PhotoEtch set with it? Wondering how much or how little it helps to "detail-up" the box stock kit.

Chris

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Fantastic build!!

What is your opinion of the Aoshima kits? They have quite a few nice looking kits, but I'm not sure what the build quality of the cars are. In their instructions, do their paint codes refer to Tamiya, Mr. Color, something else..?

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That looks fantastic! I love the color. If you had problems with the doors I surely cannot see it, well done! I have one to build as well and am probably going to go with the orange on the cover.

Chris

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Looks like great work! The yellow, though, is it Lamborghini-y enough?

Did you put this up on the WB? I'd like to see this come together!

Thanks mate,

Really sorry that I didnt put this up on the workbench, I have never taken WIP photos, at least until now.

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Nice Job!! Looks great! I have been looking to get this same kit to compliment my display of Lambo's as well. Did you happen to use the Aoshima made "Detail-Up" PhotoEtch set with it? Wondering how much or how little it helps to "detail-up" the box stock kit.

Chris

Yes, I used the PE parts from aoshima as well, but they are available separately.

From my point of view the PE parts fairly helped to detail-up the box stock kit because i didnt use all of them, only for parts which are visible from the outside such as mesh, emblems, etc

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Fantastic build!!

What is your opinion of the Aoshima kits? They have quite a few nice looking kits, but I'm not sure what the build quality of the cars are. In their instructions, do their paint codes refer to Tamiya, Mr. Color, something else..?

In my opinion, Aoshima has been rapidly progressing in terms of new models they issue each year and the quality of their kits.

Their quality easily eclipses the quality of fujimi kits in a way that if I was to choose, for example, the same newly released lamborghini cars from fujimi and aoshima, the fujimi kit would cost me let say 40 dolllars while the aoshima kit 60-70 dollars, I would still have chosen the aoshima kit with zero consideration.

I consider tamiya still has the best quality, but they are quite conservative in terms of releasing new 1/24 car kits. Meanwhile, aoshima has progressed and excelled in terms of new releases and quality far beyond expectation. Oh, and their facebook page has been very helpful to improve their customers interface.

In the instruction, the color codes refer to GS Creos so that would be the same to Mr Color.

Thanks for your kind comments guys

Best Regards

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