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    RE: British sports car, project.



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    RE: British sports car, project.

    Oh my goodnes!!! [X(]

    That has drool effect all over it. Extremely nice work Vassilis.
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    Thanks mate.
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    RE: British sports car, project.



    Its a time to make a disck rotor to my rim but and a new rim centre.
    Disck's holes position are suitable for centres with 10 arms.






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    I hope that all will be beter, after powder coating, because now all are silver - alum.






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    ...and a 'smell' of chassis ,a little before the race, using cy 460 ( 45cc ) or zenoah (26 cc, with a simple adaptor ).







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    RE: British sports car, project.

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    Woowee that's looking real nice!!!
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    RE: British sports car, project.

    Hello Vass,
    I wish you a happy new year, the best for 2012. I like it, the chassis is amazing. Great job
    Cheers.
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    Real nice job... you are the master of Ls building....

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    Oh my god that is sexy!! Very interesting layout you got there.
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    Thanks mates.

    Your words animate me to greater efforts .
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    RE: British sports car, project.

    Now that is amazing!!My personal opinion is that your builds Vassili are way ahead as far as quality and innovation goes from many of the big names.You should be very very proud,because what you do isn't something that you see every day!

    Ps:Vassili,do you have a cnc mill?
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    Now that is amazing!!My personal opinion is that your builds Vassili are way ahead as far as quality and innovation goes from many of the big names.You should be very very proud,because what you do isn't something that you see every day!

    Ps:Vassili,do you have a cnc mill?

    Thank you very much Giorgos for kind words, make me blush.

    CNC mill? No, regretfully .
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    RE: British sports car, project.

    A-freaking-mazing Vassilis!






    So how did you make the frame if you don't have a cnc mill?
    Is it all hand carved?




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    Thanks DVP.

    It made by using a mix of water jet cut, ruter, mill and hand.
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    RE: British sports car, project.

    I am simply even more amazed every time you post another pic set. Beautiful work.

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    RE: British sports car, project.

    now that is a cool build!!

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    RE: British sports car, project.

    what shocks have you used for it i cant find any for the weight of a home build!

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    Thanks again , mates.
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    what shocks have you used for it i cant find any for the weight of a home build!*

    For a home made built ........ home made shocks.

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    RE: British sports car, project.

    vassili, love the progress so far everything looks great. but i would like to pick at your brain for a moment if you dont mind. After seeing this project it has inspired me to finally take a chance at making a sclae replica of my truck (06 colorado extreme). how did you correctly align the placement of the headlights and keep the lines level for the front grill, tailights etc. im thinking of taking a similar path as to how you made your mold but with a few variations. do you think it would be easier to use modeling clay to make the final form over the wood buck?

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    The important piece to placement and keep the lines level based on jigs, simple but a lot and not to the filling material.
    This work need more hours to consider and thing about the fasion than to sandpaper.
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    RE: British sports car, project.

    vgssdilisg
    I'm new to this post, i understand you/ve been doing this type of thing a while.
    Tell me what kind of foam you used on the body porotype.
    I'm building a 1/5 scale hot rod and want to build a glass body.
    thanks for any help
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    RE: British sports car, project.


    ORIGINAL: VassilisG

    It made by using a mix of water jet cut, ruter, mill and hand.


    MMM, water jet.....love that *****. Mate, I'm still just blown away and lost for words now.

    fair dinkum; I don't even know what to type.

    Your paint sucks...and I still hate cats!


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