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Fujimi Lamborghini Countach


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Hi all,thought I'd share my first car build,I've had it for over 30 years so I thought I ought to finish it, WIP elsewhere on here it's been pretty challenging to be honest quite a few problems on the way,not a lot fitted very well which spoiled it for me really but had to see it through,also it's a lot redder than the photos show,I'd like to do another car but don't know if this put me off yet,anyway thanks for looking and seeing some of your builds helped,cheers

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Don't let the hard work put you off - it turned out nicely in the end. You could always try a kit without an engine to try getting your mojo back - that would save a lot of time.

 

Or, if you get the urge to do another Countach, the Aoshima one is excellent, probably the best kit I've come across so far

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Fine looking result, I can't see the problems you had anymore. And to start with an  "enthusiast" series model after all these years is a tough task. 

Congratulations 

Marco F 

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Well all I see is a very nicely finished Lambo well done indeed

👏 👍. ......more please 🙂👍 If you're looking for a mojo boost grab yourself a Tamiya kit the parts fitment is excellent the prices are reasonable and there's a huge choice of kits available 😉👍

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Thanks for the kind words guys much appreciated,now you mention it,there's a couple of racing cars that have caught my eye........

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It looks great to me, and the paintwork is excellent. I'd echo the above, get something Tamiya, new-ish (1990 onwards) without an engine and you'll have quite a different modelling experience.

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