LB WORKS is known to be the most High-end brand within the LB PERFORMANCE body kit line. The LB WORKS philosophy was based similar to the 70s Nissan Works race team where lowered over fender sports car were common. LB WORKS concept was to combine the idea and apply it to modern Supercars. All of Liberty Walk s customization is designed to complement the original body line. By doing so, Liberty Walk aims to take ordinary model to the next level, giving a top-notch, unique styling to each vehicle.
- Front diffuser
- Side Diffuser
- Rear Diffuser
- Rear Wing Ver.1
- Wide fender
- Attractive Styling
- Unique Designs
- Fibre-reinforced plastic construction
- Ferrari F360 99-05
- Actual product may vary from images
- FRP-Fibre-reinforced plastic
- CFRP-Carbon Fibre-reinforced plastic
- Shipping costs are estimates only. Products ship directly from the manufacturer located in Japan. A customer service representative will contact you to finalize shipping costs
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What is Liberty Walk?
Liberty Walk is arguably one of the most polarizing tuners out there. In the versatile automotive world, it is certainly one of the brands that truly stands out for a multitude of reasons. The most obvious one being its notoriety for bandsawing the arches off exotic supercars only to add a widebody kit and slammed suspensions system.
One thing is for sure though, the work of Liberty Walk is nothing short of excellence and the brand continues to stun audiences around the globe with each new project. Every tuned car by Liberty Walk is built by devoted automotive enthusiasts whose goal is to bring styling and tuning together in a moving showcase. Liberty Walk is well known for displaying its eye-catching creations at some of the world’s most famous car shows like SEMA.
The Story Behind Liberty Walk
It was the “Kaido Racers” of the ‘80s and ‘90s in Japan that originally sparked the movement that became Liberty Walk, LB Works, and LB Performance. During that time, the Japanese street fighters would build cars with widebody square fenders, transplanted headlights, and no bumpers for an aggressive and intimidating look. The heart and soul of the ‘80’s and ‘90’s “traditional Japanese custom car culture” were truly unique. You’d find that only the most elite show cars had their stock fenders removed and replaced with customized “overfenders.”
Wataru Kato, founder of Liberty Walk, has taken the old-school “Bosozoku” style and adapted it to some of the finest cars in the world. He is a pioneer in designing and building custom body kits, and it shows. Kato-san explains that the name “Liberty Walk” translates to “walk free” in Japanese, meaning you have the freedom to modify your car any way you like.
Liberty Walk was originally a used car dealership back in 1993, and evolved over time into a full tuning shop with more than 20 custom cars showcased. At first, the shop was only known among car enthusiasts in Japan. However, after Liberty Walk debuted its redesigned Murcielago at the 2012 Las Vegas SEMA Show, the company earned global recognition. Today Liberty Walk is proudly promoting its vehicles in the U.S. market while keeping its eyes on global expansion.