LAMBOdiecast is constantly updating the selection of Lamborghini scale cars, books, and automobilia we have online, here we list our latest reviews from our personal collection, ranging from true collector's items, kits, diecast to toys, as long as it is related to Automobili Lamborghini SpA we will add it to our collection of model cars, books, factory brochures and official press kits.
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I wasn't specifically looking to add this orange Lamborghini Countach LP400 from Kyosho to the collection, but when I saw it listed at a very reasonable price, I just couldn't resist
When I saw the announcement from GT Spirit on this bright yellow Lamborghini Diablo SE30 Jota race car, I just had to put my pre-order in for this track-only Bull.
This is the 1/18 MR-made scale model of the final NA V12 model Lamborghini will ever build, the Aventador Ultimae. This is the press release shade, Grigio Acheso. #110/149
I pre-ordered this Bianco Siderale Lamborghini Countach LPI 800-4 from MR the moment they listed it, finally, about a year after the real car was unveiled I received the model, and she's beautiful.
The LB-Silhouette WORKS Aventador GT Evo is a limited edition car in real life, and this FuelMe Models 1/18 model is also limited to just 30 units, this is #22/30.
This isn't your regular Maisto-made 1/18 scale Lamborghini Murciélago LP640 model, this one is a limited-edition 'bedazzled' version.
Finally, AUTOart create a new release of the Lamborghini Diablo series, the first one to arrive is this stunning-looking Diablo SE30 Jota in the classic 30th-anniversary purple.
After the initial five shades from AUTOart on the Lamborghini Aventador SVJ on a 1/18 scale, they released this Blu Nethuns as a sixth one, and she looks amazing.
This orange Lamborghini Miura in 1/18 scale seems to be a replica of an early prototype, hence the transparent engine cover and the 'boxed' air filters
by Thillainathan Pathmanathan and Anne Christina Reck
A recent book on the legendary Lamborghini Countach, both authors actually own the red Countach on the cover, so their story is even more interesting.