Hi Guys,

Hope all is well with everyone.

I've managed to pick up a couple of bargains, Pocher Aventador Coupé and Roadster kits and this is where I'm going with them, your thoughts much appreciated :)

Kits
Lamborghini Aventador LP 700-4 - Arancio Argos/Metallic Orange - HK100
Lamborghini Aventador LP 700-4 Roadster - Blu Monterrey (metallic blue) - HK103

Construction tips and decals - Paul Koo EBay DVD etc.
https://www.ebay.com/itm/POCHER-1-8-...M/321412925246

Super detailing Transkits from Tommaso Iuele
https://tommasoiuele.wordpress.com

Tyres
https://www.modelmotorcars.com

Seats
These will be handmade, leather

Brakes
http://www.thundervalleyf1.com/produ...aventador.html

Lighting (yep a full lighting loom) over 55 fibres and 20+LED to support it
http://www.inner-lights.com/

Sound (based on)
https://www.dfrobot.com/blog-277.html

I plan on building a diorama for one of them based on my local petrol (gas) station where the power and controller source for the lighting are built into the pump. This way the car can look as if it's being filled and the control wiring is the pump umbilical filling the tank.

Not sure if there are any other suppliers of super detailing parts for the Aventador, if anyone knows any or has any other ideas would love to hear them.


Now my question:

I've seen people generally just overpaint the body work with primer Aventador (x2) - Where I'm going and a Question re Painting and paint. Is this the right way to go or would it be better to carefully remove the current (factory) paint job, re-prime and then add the new colour. I plan on using auto paint, airbrushing Aventador (x2) - Where I'm going and a Question re Painting such a large space has to much potential for going wrong, many areas will also have carbon fibre treatments in accordance with available options.


So there we have it, that's a few months work...lol

Appreciate your thoughts, am I mental?