lazard, do you have any pics? I was so excited about the prospect of getting the Miura...
:iagree With VR, I'm pretty happy with my one I have to say.vegasracer said:I've run across several photos on the web that show the SV with no mirrors and no belts. Also, the exhaust pipes are split in the real car, from what I can tell. The engine detail is actually pretty good and mimics the actual car (which is a tad plain compared to more modern cars)... it's just that much of the detail is hidden by those large air filters. I'm happy with mine, but as always, your mileage may vary!
You think it's better then the Jota?Max Power said:I agree with VR, the belts and mirrors are authentic to some 1:1 cars.
The engine detail is not AUTOart's best work but it is still pretty nice.
The cars of 35 years ago had a whole lot less going on in the engine compartment than the newer ones.
I am happy with mine :nicejob
I am really looking forward to seeing what Kyosho does with this car though.
This is by far my favorite Lambo :happy
Green would be a great colour for sure. :nicejobJag Man said:I think the stance of the AUTOart is slightly wrong. On all the Miuras I've seen, and even in Aas early official pics, it has a very low tail. But the AUTOart seems to have a tail high stance, almost like a Lotus Elite, which bugs me. I think I'll wait for Kyoshos version. Their Jota is really good, and I think the Miura will follow suit. I also like the realistic suspension on Kyoshos and I've heard they'll be making it with gold sills and wheels; and in green, which may be interesting.
:iagreeMax Power said:The cars of 35 years ago had a whole lot less going on in the engine compartment than the newer ones.