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Next two models come from Automobili Lamborghini S.p.A.
The first one debuted at the 2007 Frankfurt Motor Show and only 20 vehicles sold to the public, with one additional car (marked as 00/20) produced for the Lamborghini museum. We are talking about the amazing Lamborghini Reventon replicated by AutoArt in white.
The other one unveiled on 14 August 2021, the car is named after the original Countach which was first introduced 50 years prior. Based on the hybridized powertrain of the Sián FKP 37, 112 units are planned to be produced, the number referencing the LP 112 model designation used during development of the original Countach. The amazing Lamborghini Countach LPI800-4 replicated by MR Collection in white color.

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What a nice pair :cool: The new Countach is so cool. I've just bought the red one from Maisto. It is my first budget model, but looks great for the money. White with red interior looks very stylish, love it!
Thank you Cristi! I'm reading many positive comments lately about the Maisto Countach version! I'm really tempted to purchase one!
 

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Long time since my last presentation just like the long time i've been waiting for this model. Almost 12 months needed for this unique model to arrive but i beleive it's worth waiting!
Personally one of my favorite supercars in my collection, i'm presenting the Ferrari 488 Pista Coupe Viola Hong Kong by BBR

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Lamborghini Aventador Ultimae Roadster by MR Collection

I believe these photos is the best answer to a comment i read recently in my thread, that current models from Lamborghini are mediocre.


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Your photos are some of the best on this website, but...they're not good for judging the quality of a model. I can't see half the detail on the Aventador!
 

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Your photos are some of the best on this website, but...they're not good for judging the quality of a model. I can't see half the detail on the Aventador!
Thank you for your comment @cannondancer. I'm sorry i can't agree about the quality you're talking about. I beleive that the specific photos show a model like a real 1:1 car as much detailed as it gets. I can't show machine parts as the model can't be opened, but exterior parts are replicated by MR almost perfect and this is what someone sees in those photos. The truth is, that even if i had a Bburago model with more imperfections than a more expensive one, i could try to represent it as perfect as i could. This is what photographers do. But in the case of most of my models, there no need of much photo processing. My goal in this thread is to show my models as they were real 1:1 cars, i'm sorry if in your case this didn't happen. I'm always trying for the better results. :)
 

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Thank you for your comment @cannondancer. I'm sorry i can't agree about the quality you're talking about. I beleive that the specific photos show a model like a real 1:1 car as much detailed as it gets. I can't show machine parts as the model can't be opened, but exterior parts are replicated by MR almost perfect and this is what someone sees in those photos. The truth is, that even if i had a Bburago model with more imperfections than a more expensive one, i could try to represent it as perfect as i could. This is what photographers do. But in the case of most of my models, there no need of much photo processing. My goal in this thread is to show my models as they were real 1:1 cars, i'm sorry if in your case this didn't happen. I'm always trying for the better results. :)
No worries. I just meant that because parts of the models are hidden in shadow, it’s hard to make out vent details, carbon replication etc.
As I said, they’re still awesome photos and I look forward to seeing more!
 

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Next model is also a supercar from Ferrari. Actually is a tuned version of 812 from Novitec.
The 1/18 Novitec Ferrari 812 N-Largo by IVY Models.
From a first sight it's a really stunning model with nice carbon details, that has nothing to fear from far more expensive versions. The only drawback - serious one- is that i can't see the engine through a rear black glass (Maybe there is not an engine at all:()
Nevertheless a trully photogenic model.
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Great model and awesome pics! :cool:(y)😟

The only drawback - serious one- is that i can't see the engine through a rear black glass (Maybe there is not an engine at all:()
Nevermind the missing rear engine, the worse is that you can't see the nice carpeted luggage compartment at the front, with the made-to-fit Ferrari leather suitcases!

You can't really see a thing though those little vents on the hood... :confused:

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Great model and awesome pics! :cool:(y)😟



Nevermind the missing rear engine, the worse is that you can't see the nice carpeted luggage compartment at the front, with the made-to-fit Ferrari leather suitcases!

You can't really see a thing though those little vents on the hood... :confused:

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Let's hope they 'll make an open version of the 812 one day...:rolleyes::rolleyes:
 
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