Lamborghini Gallardo Liberty Walk Zero Fighter Scale 1/18 Model Cars

It feels like we just discussed yesterday the Liberty Walk Lamborghini Aventador Monster Energy, now the Liberty Walk Model Car has appeared in the Lamborghini Gallardo Zero Fighter. If seen from the release it is clear that Gallardo is far ahead of the automotive world before the Lamborghini Aventador. But for the world of car models, I think this is the first product of the Liberty Walk.

Comes on a scale of 18, the Lamborghini Gallardo Model Car is released in limited edition. But clearly, I don’t know whether this limited is for the whole world or the ration from the shop. Seen at unusual43 shop, there is a limited number of 15 pcs. I tried checking on the google page, apparently no one has written about the sale of the Lamborghini Gallardo Zero Fighter.

If you are really a big fan of Lamborghini and also a modified style of the Liberty Walk, you should go to Unusual43.com because the stock is only 15pcs, and immediately follow the Pre Order. Be the first group to have the Lamborghini Gallardo Zero Fighter Liberty Walk collection or you can be the first and only 15 people to have the Lamborghini Gallardo Liberty Walk Zero Fighter model car collection.

But does anyone understand about zero fighter itself? This is just my own assumption about zero fighter. We know that the Liberty Walk comes from Japan, possibly the Liberty Walk retainer Wataru Kato wants the Zero Fighter’s spirit value for one of his modification styles.

To just know the Zero Fighter is a long-range fighter owned by the Japanese empire. The Japanese name for this plane is Rei-shiki kanjō sentōki. When it began operations in World War II, Zero was considered the most powerful aircraft-based aircraft carrier in the world, thanks to its excellent maneuverability and very far flying range. In the early days of its operations, Zero gained a legendary reputation as a plane for air combat. And finally, in the last years of the Pacific War, Zero was used in kamikaze operations.

This spirit and legend might be the name of the Zero Fighter by Wataru Kato as a force of style modification over its fenders. But remember it’s just my assumption. If you want to explain, try asking Wataru Kato, I’ll be whispered later, bro.

Back again to the Lamborghini Gallardo Liberty Walk Zero Fighter car model, remember this is Pre Oder’s first day. Don’t regret that until Pre Order doesn’t need one day it’s closed because the quota is full, plus this is the work of Davis & Giovanni, so let’s hurry up bro!

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