This is a scale model kit to be assembled by an adult; it includes all the parts as indicated, but it does not include glue or paints.
Lovers of LB-Works jobs are in luck. Aoshima brings us the first of the versions they made for those who want a somewhat different Huracan. A kit where the oversized front bumper is integrated into the bodywork itself, while the rest of the bodywork parts have been made in the same plastic color so the model looks great even unpainted. Another very interesting detail of the model is that the height of the vehicle
and the camber angle of
the wheels can be adjusted even after assembly
. How in the real car!
Additional details for the Lamborghini Huracan Liberty Walk LB Works Version 1
car scale model kit:
- Manufactured by Aoshima in 1/24 scale with reference AOSH-059883 (also listed as 4905083059883 and 059883).
- Includes metal parts, plastic parts, rubber parts, water slide decals, other materials and assembly instructions.
- Package measures 215 mm x 325 mm x 110 mm (width x depth x height), weighting 490 g.
- Box barcode 4905083059883 (GTIN/EAN)
- Featured in newsletters 534, 535 and 536.
LB WORKS has created its own style, with a spirit that seeks "Remodeling", not "disguising" cars. To do so, he has been influenced by the roots of traditional Japanese custom car culture by the "Kaido Racers," as they were called, who designed their cars by removing bumpers, adapting headlights from another car, and cutting and installing "front wings". A culture is loved by some, but hated by others. LB WORKS has taken this old school "Bosozoku" style and adapted it to the best cars in the world today.
Wataru Kato of Liberty Walk was the man who started it all. You have to go back to 2008, when a good friend of Kato's decides to replace the Lamborghini Diablo that Liberty Walk had built for him with a more modern Murciélago, but he didn't want it to be “something normal”. Kato decided to build a Liberty Walk body kit for the Murcielago, which was the beginning of the LB PERFORMANCE brand.
In 2009, an LB Performance Murcielago crossed the Pacific Ocean to be shown at the SEMA Show in Las Vegas, and while the response was huge, it didn't generate any orders. The future of Liberty Walk, LB Performance and Kato was unclear, and quitting would have been easy, but it was never an option.
Liberty Walk completely redesigned the Murcielago, cutting out a priceless car and then riveting on the big fiberglass wings. With this vehicle it was presented as "LB WORKS" at the 2012 SEMA Show, generating a tremendous and lasting impact. The following year would see the next LB WORKS works, the Ferrari 458 Italia and the Nissan GT-R, and in 2014 LB WORKS introduced their Aventador along with 4 other new models. And since then, the company has not stopped growing, developing new body kits for the best cars in the world.
Currently there are more than 200 LB WORKS circulating in Japan and more than 350 LB WORKS in the rest of the world.
This item is not suitable for children under 18 years old. SpotModel recommend this item for advanced modellers and professionals with high experience on building cars and bikes. Read carefully all instructions.