Without a doubt, the Lamborghini Aventador is quite a machine, which the specialist in extreme preparations Liberty Works also has in its catalogue, with a spectacular body kit seasoned with a huge spoiler and a substantial drop in height. But some of its owners are not satisfied with having such an exclusive car within the reach of very few, and they still go a little further, decorating their car in an almost unique way. This has given rise to incredible decorations that, thanks to S.K. Decals can now also be transferred to your Aoshima kit of the Aventador LB Works. One of those chosen honors the courageous Japanese fighter pilots aboard the famous Mitsubishi A6M Zero (note, we are talking about planes), adapting its colors to those of the car with the characteristic red circle of the Japanese flag.
Additional details for the Lamborghini Aventador Liberty Walk LB Works Version 1 Zero Fighter
marking / livery:
- Manufactured by SK Decals in 1/24 scale with reference SK-24162 (also listed as SK24162).
- To be used with Aoshima reference AOSH-059890.
- Includes water slide decals and placement instructions.
- Package measures 152 mm x 205 mm x 1 mm (width x depth x height), weighting 10 g.
- Featured in newsletters 574 and 582.
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 ôsomething normalö. 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.