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    RE: British sports car, project.


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    what would the price of such a body come down to?

    I dont know yet.

    I have to make a couple first and we see then.


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    RE: British sports car, project.


    Covering with fibre glass.





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    RE: British sports car, project.

    Cool, great job...inspire me to do one. You're very talented. [sm=thumbup.gif]
    Cheers.
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    RE: British sports car, project.

    Thanks mate.

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    RE: British sports car, project.

    Thats some incredible work there Vassilis! well done mate [8D]

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    RE: British sports car, project.

    Thanks sam 123
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    RE: British sports car, project.

    The first, tentative body is ready.

    There are a few small problems, not serious which will be rectified easily.

    It weights 2,4 kg.

    The colour is from gel coat.





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    RE: British sports car, project.

    Sweeeeeeeeet!!!!!!!
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    RE: British sports car, project.

    that's so cool.
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    RE: British sports car, project.

    Wow..! that looks so cool... nice job.. can/ will you cut some weight off?? how thick is it?

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    RE: British sports car, project.

    Congratulations!! It looks perfect to me So damn cool!
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    RE: British sports car, project.

    Thanks mates.


    C.lyra : it is about 1,5 -2 mm thick. I think that with some weight off, will be flabby.
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    RE: British sports car, project.

    speechless!!
    good job..

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    RE: British sports car, project.

    Great to see the first one, amazing work Vasili, really well done. /applause
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    RE: British sports car, project.

    Wow, simply stunning. What a fantastic job. This has truly been an enjoyable thread to follow.

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    RE: British sports car, project.

    Now that is some very impressive work indeed!
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    RE: British sports car, project.

    Wow....so cool [sm=thumbup.gif][sm=thumbup.gif][sm=thumbup.gif]. Very nice proportion with the tires...BRP? Is it possible to put the YANKEE tires the outside diameter is 150 -160 mm? Cause I'm thinking to put a YANKEE chassis to this beast
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    RE: British sports car, project.

    thanks.


    Whozenext : Yes the diameter is 160 mm and with a ... Vass chassis will be perfect .
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    RE: British sports car, project.

    Finally I made 2 more pilot bodies, (different way of built and material ) to decide for the best .
    Now I know.

    Grill and windscreen will be ready next days.




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    RE: British sports car, project.

    Nice.....[sm=thumbup.gif]

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    RE: British sports car, project.

    great work mate

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    RE: British sports car, project.

    Pure awesomeness!


    That must have been a great moment pulling the first body from the mould after all that work.




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    RE: British sports car, project.


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    Pure awesomeness!


    That must have been a great moment pulling the first body from the mould after all that work.






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    RE: British sports car, project.

    The project asked for alum rims and I must do the best to it.

    I bought two half alum rims from my friend Paul (Quarterscale.nl), until making mine, design the Wheelcenter (water jet cut ), a little ( ...or more ) lathe working , black chrome and gold powder coating , BRP's tires and this is my new wheels.

    I'll try with full black crome and alum with black crome center and alum with gold center, ... later.



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