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    Question Does anyone have Aventador 3D model?

    Hi guys,

    Really need your help. I'm building Lamborghini (A vent a door ) with model from Forza4 and have a problem.
    There is no exterior part without doors.



    Does anyone have aventador 3D model with that section?
    I need that section in the picture below:



    Thanks in advance

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    All I have is this:


    But I don't think there's any 3D model with SUCH detail, except the one used by Lambo for production.
    You could always do a clay mold, and for a part like this, it should be fairly easy. I have a very nice video regarding molds for fiberglass out of clay in my bookmarks if you're interested
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    P.S. You'd better not mix different 3D files; All of them are different, and parts are not going to match. How detailed is the Forza model actually? It should be a "lightweight" version from the original file Lamborghini used, that would make it very accurate. Would you mind sending me a link? Thanks a lot
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    I can most likely get this if you are willing to trade another model of your choice from the following list.
    http://i.imgur.com/9yBTaKU.jpg

    http://www.madmechanics.com/forum/ma...ale-trade.html
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    ArashB, this will need a LOT of smoothing, and thus it's going to be VERY inaccurate. A clay mold would probably be the best way to go.

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    If the model wasnt available, I would just use cardboard and it would be easier to get the opposite side identical too.
    This model in the picture could also have a matching door inseam.
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    Again. Your grid it too low. It's going to need a lot of smoothing. Loot at the side of the seats for example.

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