[Special counter with special body]
-A Lamborghini Countach that can be said to be one of the most popular supercars in the 1970s.
-A futuristic wedge-shaped form with retractable headlights and scissor doors surprised car fans around the world.
-Walter Wolf, who was also the owner of the F1 team at the time, ordered three special specifications in the Countach, which was said to have been made to order.
-The first car of this model, called LP500S in Japan, is equipped with a black front spoiler, front and rear over fenders, and a large rear wing of the same color as the body.
-The powerful design was inherited by the LP400S, a regular model produced from 1978.
-1/24 scale plastic model assembly kit.
-Length 175mm, width 85mm.
-The wedge-shaped body is a red part with a clear coat.
-Retractable light can be opened and closed.
-Engine hood can be opened and closed. The V-type 12-cylinder engine also has a three-dimensional feeling with few parts.
-Extremely thick tires with engraved tread pattern are made of textured synthetic rubber.
-The 5-hole design dish wheel is matte plated parts.
-Realistic finish in the room including bucket seats and dashboard.
-The front wheels can be steered.
-Includes a driver doll with a full body figure wearing a racing suit and helmet.
* The photo shows the kit assembled and painted.
( This is a machine translation. Please allow for possible misinterpretations in the text. )