Building the Hasegawa Lamborghini Jota SVR (1975) for novices, #21214, 1/24 scale

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Just like the real car, early in 2004 Hasegawa offered the Lamborghini Jota kit, by adding new parts to his Lamborghini Miura P400 SV kit, also released in 2004. My goal with this tutorial is to share, with the reader especially those with little experience, the steps to achieve a quality model, using simple tools and techniques that anyone can reproduce, with step-by-step photos and detailed explanations.


The kit

In general, it is a good model, easy to work with and with good details. However, the fact that, despite including engine parts, it is a 'curbside' kit, is highly criticized.

 Why detail the motor when it remains hidden and without the possibility of making an optional opening?


I built the model straight out of the box, using all the parts included in the kit, and I have added some details in the engine that, although it is not exposed, but it was fun and the work has been reflected in the photos. I added some wires, and generic photo-etched screw heads. These photo-etched parts were also used to detail some other parts of the model.

For the paint, a Lamborghini orange tone called Arancio Miura (Gravity Colors Ref. GC-1194) was chosen, and thus, make a different proposal to the red finish proposed by Hasegawa.


The body of this kit has a lot of burrs and molding marks in various areas, and it took a good go over to remove all of those blemishes. All those areas with imperfections have been highlighted with a black permanent marker, so that the ink penetrates the areas to be treated.

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