Wednesday, November 5, 2008

1:18 Lamborghini Miura P400 SV (Kyosho)

The car that defined the word "supercar". It sure did surprise people from the "prancing horse" side when this "raging bull" was unveiled at the 1964 Geneva Autoshow. One of the most beautiful cars ever made in the history of automobile industry. The name "Miura" came from a Spanish fighting bull. The car was designed by Marcelo Gandini for Bertone. Unique and sleek.

This Miura is definitely a wonderfully crafted diecast model from Kyosho. From the paint, interior, engine, wheels, stance, and front bay, the details are exquisite.

Some additional details:
- wiring on the auxiliary fans
- copper tubing on the front bay and wiper motor wiring
- radiator hose and copper tubing and a extra few wirings

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