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Saturday, July 27, 2013

The Customs of Lim Rikmun: Ferrari, Pagani & Lamborghini...


One of our favorite young customizers is back.  It has been a while since we have seen the very detailed works of Lim Rikmun out of Malaysia, so we were excited when he emailed us photos of his latest creations.  One of Lim's great talents is the ability to fabricate tiny details to modify the models he takes on, whether it be skirts, spoilers, side mirrors, you name it.  We love seeing his work.

We thought we would give him his own post to show off.  Below are his photos and descriptions...

(Thanks Lim.)


Ferrari 360 Challenge Stradale.  Widen front, side and rear skirtings and bumpers and added side mirrors.







With an older custom,Hamann Ferrari 360 Modena.  Hamann full bodykit with spoiler.




Improved version of a Hotwheels Pagani Huayra.  As you can see with an original Pagani Huayra casting, the improvements I made is lowered front bumper with track-pack front skirting, elongate and lowered the side lower skirt, added side mirrors, activated carbon-fibre aerodynamics flaps, carbon fibre roof, removed and detailed side window.







2013 Lamborghini Gallardo Super Trofeo Stradale.  One of my most insane customs again.  Chopped off the front bumper and rear bumper and fabricate the whole thing out again.  Added sideskirts,rear spoiler and custom new engine hood.







RMZ City Lamborghini Murcielago LP670-4 SV.  Quite a new brand and price is competitive to Hot Wheels.  Casting is very good and detailed.  Repainted into Monterey Blue and Matte Purple with carbon-fibre rear hood.






10 comments:

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  2. How do u do the rear of the trofero like instead of the engine it's that cool slot stuff

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  3. That is an impression on the Pagani Huayra. I love the blue paint, carbon fiber, and the other details that improves your Pagani the best customized version. I even like the other models, 2013 Lamborghini Gallardo Stradale, the Ferraris, and the Murcielago.

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  4. I realize this is an old post, but I've just found it now. I'd love to see some tutorials by Lim on how he fabricates the parts he adds!

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  5. How did you do body fits and spoiler?

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