GT Spirit to Release 1:18 Scale LB Lamborghini Aventador and Nissan GT-R this December

We all love GT Spirit for their value for money sealed resin models that are know for their details. Yes the same old GT Spirit that gave us taste of those highly detailed yet affordable “Mercedes-Benz G 63 AMG 6×6” and the “Mercedes-Benz CLK GTR”. They also made some exceptional tuner car that we all love, so when they share the news about their new car that has a LB prefix you can only rejoice! Yes the new models that are coming in are LB works made Lamborghini Aventador and Nissan GT-R. Wow finally a LB Lamborghini Aventator in 1:18 scale right on time for Christmas! Yes the pre-orders are open and the model is expected to hit the store shelves by December this year, which is a great news and this would make for a cool Christmas gift that yourself.

GT Spirit 1:18 LB Lamborghini Aventador - Front

GT Spirit 1:18 LB Lamborghini Aventador - Rear

Coming back to the model this model looks really nice and all the decals are sleek (going by the pics posted in GT Spirt website and their Facebook page) The paint finish and the scale is also top class! The cherry on top of this brilliant package is the fact that it is a limited edition and that too only 500 makes it too yummy. If you pre-order this brilliant LB works Lamborghini Aventador from GT-Spirit then it would cost you a sweet 149,90€, which is a steal in my opinion.

GT Spirit 1:18 LB Nissan GT-R - Front

GT Spirit 1:18 LB Nissan GT-R - Rear

If LB works model is not enough for you this festival season then GT Spirit got you covered. Yes GT Spirit is not launching on but two LB this December! The first one being the monstrously powerful Lamborghini Aventador and the second one being the LB works Nissan GT-R. This bright orange Japanese Godzilla looks awesome with elongated boot spoiler making it all business. This Japanese beauty is also produced in limited numbers but unlike the Aventator, 999 GT-R would be produced at a pre-order price of 99,90€. For me these two LB models looks cool, so what you say?

Source/Pic: libertywalk-eu.com, www.facebook.com/GTSpiritmodels

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