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Pocher Lamborghini Aventador build pictures 1/8 scale

by Mario Covalski © 2017

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One year ago, I purchased and built a white Lamborghini Aventador, I think is the first version launched by Pocher, cause the later ones have some improvements such as the provision of small carpets, the pre-painted engine logo and many mistakes in the assembly manual have also been corrected.. etc.
 


My history about Pocher dates from 1982, and still continues since I’m building the Lamborghini Huracán, the last issue from Pocher /Hornby, the English company that bought Pocher over a decade ago.
The aim of this article is to share with the reader the pictures I’ve been taking during the build. It’s NOT a step by step since I worked following a DVD provided by Paul Koo, a friend of mine, which was of good help. However, I think that there were missing things as a better paint description and several problems I’ve found which were not explained in the DVD.


Construction and pictures

I started construction from the interior as per instructions. I’ve seen many models built out of the box, with the parts without painting and even without removing flashes or mold marks. I tried to use spray paint as far as possible, especially Flat Black, though some parts look semigloss in the reference pictures, the matt color looks better for the scale.

Details were painted using a brush and Tamiya enamels, the carpet was made according to the sizes provided by Paul, but using an adhesive plush I purchased at a local shop. I chose a brown color for more contrast.

 


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