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  • We made the hottest car at TAS2018

    Liberty Walk released the mystery Aventador project before Christmas in 2017, from its shape, a lot of people could find Kato is gonna do something to Aventador again. The render was released before Christmas, from the info, it’s limited to 50 sets. They put 30 sets of the Aventador 50th Limited for Japanese market, and another …

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  • 64 Classic Renaissance , The Legend of Le Mans

    Le Mans is a city which located in the south west of Paris. It’s known for the famous 24 hours endurance which was first held in 1923. Together with Monaco Grand Prix and Indy 500, it was become one of the triple crown.  24 hours of Le Mans is not like other track race, the …

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  • The Ultimate Pleasure of 1/64 Scale Minicar

    Nowadays, collectors from all over the world love 1/64 scale minicar for multiple reasons. You can get various colors with less money, you can make a scene with plural cars, or you can customize the livery yourselves…  In the past two years, FuelMe got a lot of feedback from our collectors, some of them provide …

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  • 6350 Photos for an 1/43 Scale Minicar

      Introduction: Liberty Walk released the mystery Aventador project before Christmas in 2017, and we finally saw the car in 2018 Tokyo Auto Salon. This “5oth Limited Edition” is for Kato San’s 50th birthday. It’s like the Murcielago project, but has more quantity. They put 30 sets of the Aventador 50th Limited for Japanese market, …

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  • LBWK Aventador 50 Limited Edition Pre-ordering Open

    In 2017, FuelMe met Liberty Walk in Japan. Car cultures bonded us together. If you are a LB fan, you probably have seen its growth in the world wild. LB customized characteristic wild body kits for various models came from different automobile factories, among them, the most impressive one must be Lamborghini Aventador. The latest …

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  • Legendary Ferrari 375MM 0378AM

    Ferrari 375 MM, was a race car produced by Ferrari in 1953 and 1954. It was named “375” for the per-cylinder displacement in the 4.5L V12 engine, and the “MM” stood for the Mille Miglia race. The engine was based on its Ferrari 375 F1 counterpart, but with shorter stroke and bigger bore. The first …

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