Jump to content


Photo

The cutaway drawing and its artists


  • Please log in to reply
13352 replies to this topic

#5951 Tony Matthews

Tony Matthews
  • Member

  • 17,498 posts
  • Joined: September 08

Posted 05 September 2010 - 17:04

Marc, I only get a red cross in a box. Any chance of reposting the 540K, or e mailing it direct?
Roger

So am I, but like all of Giorgio's red crosses it looks very much like one of Bruno's.

Ooops! There it is!

Edited by Tony Matthews, 05 September 2010 - 17:04.


Advertisement

#5952 macoran

macoran
  • Member

  • 3,989 posts
  • Joined: August 05

Posted 05 September 2010 - 18:56

So am I, but like all of Giorgio's red crosses it looks very much like one of Bruno's.

Yes Tony, but any thoughts on who crosses his crosses left to right and who right to left ?
I think we should be told !

#5953 Tony Matthews

Tony Matthews
  • Member

  • 17,498 posts
  • Joined: September 08

Posted 05 September 2010 - 21:03

Yes Tony, but any thoughts on who crosses his crosses left to right and who right to left ?
I think we should be told !

Ah, the secret held close to the Betti bosom! Who is Betty Bosom? Sounds like a McGill 'naughty postcard' character! I may have to breathe life into her ample body...Betty, y'all ready for this? "Oooh, Tone, you naughty boy!"

Edited by Tony Matthews, 06 September 2010 - 11:51.


#5954 Tony Matthews

Tony Matthews
  • Member

  • 17,498 posts
  • Joined: September 08

Posted 05 September 2010 - 21:10

Silly me! I've just remembered that Betty Bosom is Gwendolyn's long-time home help and confidante. Only met her once, as Gwendolyn is paranoid about a) losing Betty to another houshold, and b) Betty spilling the beans about Gwendolyn's colourful and on-going dalliances. If I hear anything I'll let you know. Cutawayland may never be the same again...

#5955 macoran

macoran
  • Member

  • 3,989 posts
  • Joined: August 05

Posted 05 September 2010 - 21:25

:p

Now this Coventry Climax FPF is unsigned.. Vic Berris ?
Posted Image



#5956 sixlover

sixlover
  • Member

  • 31 posts
  • Joined: August 10

Posted 05 September 2010 - 21:39

Hi,
I'm new to this forum, so please don't ask me to read 150 pages of posts, though they must be fascinating.
I just wanted to add that I used to be a Fellow of the Society of Industrial Artists and Designers. I mention it only because their Journal was always full of how the copyright always belongs to the original artist. The publisher pays for the sole rights to publish and use the artwork, the original of which HAS to be kept by the artist (or company for whom he worked when the art was done).
We used to have to keep thousands of drawings we did for Ford, each covered by a piece of tracing paper then a folder of green card with our logo on it and the Ford code number which could always be found on the small prints in the finished manual's pages.

Another thing you might be interested in was that the original artwork for the Ford Probe concept car which became the Sierra was once displayed in the foyer of Dunton R&D office building. It was huge! And we would study it for mistakes whilst waiting for our contact to come and get us. Maybe they weren't mistakes as such, but good grief that thing was rough! It was covered in Tippex, scratchings out, you name it, but when placed on a rack camera and reduced to one page size in Motor magazine or whatever mag. it appeared in it looked fantastically crisp. I think it was Terry Collins.
I once had to repair one of his smaller ones of a Ford Dover diesel engine. Repairing graduated felt pen (Terry's style) with an airbrush (all we had) is NOT easy!! Took me all night.
My claim to fame? Did all the climate control see-throughs for the RS200 dashboard. I still have the initial visuals somewhere.

Happy days,
Sixlover

:p

Now this Coventry Climax FPF is unsigned.. Vic Berris ?
Posted Image



#5957 Tony Matthews

Tony Matthews
  • Member

  • 17,498 posts
  • Joined: September 08

Posted 05 September 2010 - 21:50

:p

Now this Coventry Climax FPF is unsigned.. Vic Berris ?
Posted Image

I believe that is one of half-a-dozen reproduced in 'Automobile Year' some time ago - I can't check 'cos I gave all mine away. It featured engines from several decades, and included amongst others the BRM V16. None, as far as I can remember, had the illustrator's names under the artwork, but may have been listed in the accompanying article. However, they were all coloured in the same fashion, obviously added to original B&W artwork. This could well be Vic Berris.

#5958 ABG

ABG
  • Member

  • 59 posts
  • Joined: May 09

Posted 05 September 2010 - 21:57

Lamborghini Diablo by David Kimble, from the "Motor Trend's 1991 David Kimble Cutaway Calendar"

Posted Image



Ibsen, thanks so very much for the Diablo. More please if you could sir, possibly Kimble's Countach or early Viper R/T10. I'm in the process of trying to find all of his work that appeared in Automobile Quarterly. So far have come up with.
volume 21 number 4; Miller front wheel drive
volume 22 number 3; 427 Cobra S/C
volume 23 number 1; Cadillac 16 Dual Cowl Phaeton
volume 23 number 4; Model J Dusenberg
volume 24 number 1; Mercedes 540K
volume 28 number 2; Buick Reatta
Along the way found some of Inomoto's work that he did for Automobile Quarterly, these are pen and ink monochromatic.
volume 6 number 2; Toyota 2000GT, this may have been his first work for AQ
volume 8 number 4; Allard J2X
I have yet to pay more than $11 for a volume.

You may find this site of interest. It has an absolutely great selection of car brochures, including some with Kimble's work. Seems to be mostly in the 90's Chevrolet, Ford and Cadillac. Cautionary bit of info, the Ad guys didn't seem to mind cutting bits of the drawings out if they crossed 2 pages so you end with maybe 95% of what was originally there. Oh ya, Porsche did put out a sales brochure for the 917 upon introduction, including price.

http://www.lov2xlr8.no/

Al

#5959 Tony Matthews

Tony Matthews
  • Member

  • 17,498 posts
  • Joined: September 08

Posted 05 September 2010 - 22:08

Hi sl, so very disappointing that you feel the previous pages aren't worth reading, but the thread has a life of it's own, and I would find it hard going to read the lot, although I do dip into it at random sometimes, out of curiosity! Fascinating to hear about TC's felt-tips, he had a distinctive, slick style, and of course, if the artwork is going to be heavily reduced, you can get away with murder full-size. I always woirked on the assumption that the original might end up 'gracing' someone's wall, quite possibly an important someone - but also, I get no pleasure from doing anything to a lower standard than I can manage, allowing for deadlines and cost!

Interesting about copyright, too. However, the internet has rather blown everything apart, with no-one being traced and prosecuted for breach of copyright in this area - I don't mind if I post a sample of work that is a) not my copyright and b) I've been paid for - it doesn't hurt me, but if it is my copyright and I hope to make money out of it, well, that's a different tube of gouache!

Nearly bought an RS200, but then sat in one that was on display in TriMoCo's Dunstable showroom and couldn't operate any of the ccontrols, none of the pedals, the steering wheel or the gear-lever, it was built for midgets. It looked the dog's doodads, though!

Edited by Tony Matthews, 05 September 2010 - 22:48.


Advertisement

#5960 simplebrother

simplebrother
  • Member

  • 313 posts
  • Joined: April 10

Posted 06 September 2010 - 05:02

:p

Now this Coventry Climax FPF is unsigned.. Vic Berris ?
Posted Image


Definitely Vic Berris...
Posted Image

#5961 Tony Matthews

Tony Matthews
  • Member

  • 17,498 posts
  • Joined: September 08

Posted 06 September 2010 - 08:02

Definitely Vic Berris...
Posted Image

Well done! I prefer it without the colour, too!

#5962 sixlover

sixlover
  • Member

  • 31 posts
  • Joined: August 10

Posted 06 September 2010 - 09:21

Hi Tony, oh no, I didn't wish to suggest I didn't think the thread worth looking at, only that late at night when I found it, I really couldn't go through it from the beginning. I also wanted to effectively apologise if I doubled up somewhere. Sorry for the misunderstanding. I WILL get through it all, eventually, but my connection is SLOW. However the long winter nights are coming too quickly for comfort!

I did go back to the very beginning and found Andrew Kitson's posts. Boy, did that jolt the memory card! I still live in the Wisbech area and did once join that course at Isle College part time, to learn how to use a paint brush. The tutor seemed amused but very helpful to me. I could illustrate alright and airbrush, etc. I knew all the then current techniques, but I'd never pushed a sable round a page and felt a few weeks of tuition there might help. I didn't realise that at that time Bob Freeman had been there and done that with his wonderful pencil and brush style, which I still see as the finest expression of technical illustration as almost an entertainment. Of course, it would be plagiarism to do anything similar.
Unfortunately I got busy suddenly and couldn't continue the course, but used the College shop for subsidised materials supplies for a few years. CS10 board, Ellipse guides, Mars Pens, (my preference) and Letratint/Letraset, Pantone pens,etc.
No doubt that faculty is all gone now.

Also found it amusing to read about English contractors abroad. I too was part of that for a time, working for Cebra Design in the wonderful Wasserburg, just outside Wolfsburg. Having an office in the tower of a 14th century lakeside castle is really something!
I was asked over to dig a friend out of the mire, who'd taken on too much work. I had a fortnight to draw and paint a large one-off illustration of the then new engine delivery plant at Salzgitter. The final painting ended up on Dr. Porsche's wall which pleased me no end.
I can't recall how many hours it took, but I was so well paid I didn't need a job back here for 6 months!

I would have loved to have stayed, but there wasn't a need after the engine plant job.

Much later I went back as part of the vast English contract mob as a clay modeller and hard modeller, starting at Wolfsburg and moving on around Europe working for anyone who would pay the pieces of silver.
I would work in Wolfsburg and dine at the Am Wasserburg restaurant opposite my old office in the castle.
One of the old guys I worked with was a millionaire purely on what he'd earned as a contractor over so many years. Of course he had a trail of unfinished houses, broken marriages and failed projects back home, but seemed to thrive on it.
Although I earned outrageous money over there as a modeller, I always wanted to get that call from Cebra Design asking me to draw again. I miss it and have started doing paintings of classic engines just to amuse myself, now the computer has retired me off.

Cheers,
Martin

Hi sl, so very disappointing that you feel the previous pages aren't worth reading, but the thread has a life of it's own, and I would find it hard going to read the lot, although I do dip into it at random sometimes, out of curiosity! Fascinating to hear about TC's felt-tips, he had a distinctive, slick style, and of course, if the artwork is going to be heavily reduced, you can get away with murder full-size. I always woirked on the assumption that the original might end up 'gracing' someone's wall, quite possibly an important someone - but also, I get no pleasure from doing anything to a lower standard than I can manage, allowing for deadlines and cost!

Interesting about copyright, too. However, the internet has rather blown everything apart, with no-one being traced and prosecuted for breach of copyright in this area - I don't mind if I post a sample of work that is a) not my copyright and b) I've been paid for - it doesn't hurt me, but if it is my copyright and I hope to make money out of it, well, that's a different tube of gouache!

Nearly bought an RS200, but then sat in one that was on display in TriMoCo's Dunstable showroom and couldn't operate any of the ccontrols, none of the pedals, the steering wheel or the gear-lever, it was built for midgets. It looked the dog's doodads, though!



#5963 Tony Matthews

Tony Matthews
  • Member

  • 17,498 posts
  • Joined: September 08

Posted 06 September 2010 - 09:48

Hi Tony, oh no, I didn't wish to suggest I didn't think the thread worth looking at, only that late at night when I found it, I really couldn't go through it from the beginning. I also wanted to effectively apologise if I doubled up somewhere. Sorry for the misunderstanding. I WILL get through it all, eventually, but my connection is SLOW. However the long winter nights are coming too quickly for comfort!

Cheers,
Martin

I should have added a smiley, Martin - no offence meant or taken. When I stumbled upon this thread it was, I think, only five pages long, it is astonishing how it has grown, and the thought of ploughing through it from start to finish is daunting.

Edited to say that it was only two and a half pages long when I first chipped in, and it had taken two years and nine months to get that far! Ooh! What a roller-coaster ride it's been! Thanks a lot to macaron, ibsen and Tom West for so many posts, and everyone else who has found an obscure cutaway and stuck it here! I must get around to scanning the little collection of Bill Bennet stuff that I saved from the skip all those years ago, but I will have to rely on others to stich the bits together...

Edited by Tony Matthews, 06 September 2010 - 09:56.


#5964 sixlover

sixlover
  • Member

  • 31 posts
  • Joined: August 10

Posted 06 September 2010 - 11:27

Well, I've got as far as page 6 this morning waiting for the gas man to call and my eyes are stinging already, which is why I could never work on computer. I also have a numb bum now.
Reading those early posts from Andrew Kitson talking about Helmstedt and being there in '89 when the wall came down really got me going as I was there at the same time. Everywhere you went there were dead Trabbies just left in ditches all round Wolfsburg with the roof rack straps hanging as "Osties" had grabbed their cases and run for the city! It was an amazing time to be in Germany.
The guys at Cebra all wanted we Brits to bring tapes of prog rock back after weekends home and we always complied, so my illustrating days in Germany were all to the background of Yes, Gong, Gentle Giant, etc., which made life great.

What a fantastic thread. My old mate in America sent me a link about two years ago, but I couldn't get accepted on the Autosport forum for some reason, so I lost it.
It would be a bit difficult quoting early posts now!
I think your humour and contribution has kept this going so well.
A humour that our delightful German hosts could never understand until we explained it to them, then they'd go home, watch the Fawlty Towers and Python videos again and come back in the next day still laughing!
If I'd known that there were illustrators "upstairs" at Volke in Wolfsburg when I was down in the clay studios I'd have been up there like a rat up a drainpipe!

On technique, when I did my Government training course (no college for me) we were taught a method of making our own perspective called the "Mini Ball grid" whereby you decided on your vanishing points and then worked backwards to achieve a level of measured foreshortening which worked very well. When doing a gearbox or the innards of a Day/night tank gunsight it was essential to be able to get shaft centres aligned.
I've still got some somewhere on some, by now, very crispy tracing paper.
Great to be reminded of the technique of transfer paper and a stylus, too.

Also your early comments about a modelmaking background are spot on. I regard all my drawings as 2D modelmaking. In fact now I can't sell a technical drawing for love or money, I'm back to modelmaking. Boats mainly, as the best computers can't make a varnished mahogany Greavette Streamliner, though I might have a bash at a cutaway of one for old time's sake.

Thanks again.

Martin

I should have added a smiley, Martin - no offence meant or taken. When I stumbled upon this thread it was, I think, only five pages long, it is astonishing how it has grown, and the thought of ploughing through it from start to finish is daunting.

Edited to say that it was only two and a half pages long when I first chipped in, and it had taken two years and nine months to get that far! Ooh! What a roller-coaster ride it's been! Thanks a lot to macaron, ibsen and Tom West for so many posts, and everyone else who has found an obscure cutaway and stuck it here! I must get around to scanning the little collection of Bill Bennet stuff that I saved from the skip all those years ago, but I will have to rely on others to stich the bits together...



#5965 Manfred Cubenoggin

Manfred Cubenoggin
  • Member

  • 799 posts
  • Joined: October 02

Posted 06 September 2010 - 12:38

Martin, aka, sixlover:

Welcome to the Cutaways thread here at TNF.

I'm hoping that you can match Tony's output of...

5000

...posts per annum.

:rotfl:

#5966 Tony Matthews

Tony Matthews
  • Member

  • 17,498 posts
  • Joined: September 08

Posted 06 September 2010 - 15:49

Blimey! I've just checked - 5,260-odd per year. I didn't know I had it in me, Matron... Thank you for the moment of embarrassment, Manfred! :)

#5967 sixlover

sixlover
  • Member

  • 31 posts
  • Joined: August 10

Posted 06 September 2010 - 16:06

Hi Manfred, thanks for the welcome.

I doubt I could match Tony's legend. I was a jobber with a couple of fair breaks. By the time I decided to try illustrating as freelance it was all going over to computers. My old boss decided to get in on it and bought "one of these new things called an Apple Mackintosh".
He was persuaded by a somewhat dodgey friend "in town" that he shouldn't get left behind. He brought the thing back to the office and wired it up, insisting that I do the required section of a Cummins straight eight diesel on the machine. Well, try as I might for two and a half days I did get something out. It looked like a mediaeval woodcut! I spent the following afternoon doing it the proper way with a pen on board. I believe I still have a print of the woodcut somewhere.
A year later the office had been subsumed by a big car design company and the illustrators were all callow youths in lightweight suits dozing gently in a fake half light in a barn of an office. Occasionally they'd fight over who could relieve the boredom by using the one old drawing board (mine, I noticed).
They described me as a dinosaur. I explained that it took a meteorite to wipe them out, but a simple power cut would be the cat that peed on their sad matches and left a happy man to see the sun and the sniff the fresh air.
That was the sum total of my illustrating with computers!
I went back to modelmaking (3D), which in turn has now almost gone the way of the ether, with the noble exception of mahogany speedboats from the Golden era, which I now do for a crust.
So the meteorite hasn't struck yet, but I understand there's a big increase in the number of cat's looking for somewhere to pee and nobody knows how soon the lights will go out.

Meanwhile I can sit back and enjoy this thread, although I'm still only on page 14!!

Cheers,
Martin

Martin, aka, sixlover:

Welcome to the Cutaways thread here at TNF.

I'm hoping that you can match Tony's output of...

5000

...posts per annum.

:rotfl:



#5968 bradbury west

bradbury west
  • Member

  • 4,580 posts
  • Joined: June 02

Posted 06 September 2010 - 17:03

......the required section of a Cummins straight eight diesel
Martin


Now I would almost pay money to see that.
Roger Lund
PS Welcome.

#5969 macoran

macoran
  • Member

  • 3,989 posts
  • Joined: August 05

Posted 06 September 2010 - 18:52

1959 Cooper T51 Climax
Posted Image
by James Allington

#5970 macoran

macoran
  • Member

  • 3,989 posts
  • Joined: August 05

Posted 06 September 2010 - 19:54

Meanwhile I can sit back and enjoy this thread, although I'm still only on page 14!!

Cheers,
Martin


Welcome Martin,
I am sure you will enjoy.
As an aid, Ibsen has indexed all the posted cutaways and links up to post 5879 on page 140.
Easiest way to find it by scrolling down to the bottom of the page you are on currently...you will find a box there that says "150 Pages v "
Click the little arrow, and a drop down menu "Jump to page" appears...type in 140...or any other page you want to locate...click GO, and you'll be taken straight to that page.
Then all you do is scroll down and find what you want to look for.

Edited by macoran, 06 September 2010 - 19:56.


#5971 Tony Matthews

Tony Matthews
  • Member

  • 17,498 posts
  • Joined: September 08

Posted 06 September 2010 - 20:09

1959 Cooper T51 Climax
Posted Image
by James Allington

Posted Image

Now there's a coincidence! I used Jim's drawing as a base for my colour version - with his permission, and I paid him eight times what he was paid for doing the original illustration, even though he wasn't expecting payment! I went to Donington and checked their version in the museum, then basically coloured it in - I was due to go on holiday with the family, and there wasn't time to do a cutaway from scratch, so this was the only way out.

#5972 macoran

macoran
  • Member

  • 3,989 posts
  • Joined: August 05

Posted 06 September 2010 - 20:31

Posted Image

Now there's a coincidence! I used Jim's drawing as a base for my colour version


-- making it probably the most unique cutaway ever !

#5973 macoran

macoran
  • Member

  • 3,989 posts
  • Joined: August 05

Posted 06 September 2010 - 20:45

John Marsden's rendering of the 1960 V6 Ferrari 246
Posted Image



#5974 macoran

macoran
  • Member

  • 3,989 posts
  • Joined: August 05

Posted 06 September 2010 - 20:56

Perhaps some artworks are already here but i dont remember which are.
Cooper Climax 1959
Posted Image

Just to identify the artist as Dick Ellis
Posted Image


#5975 sixlover

sixlover
  • Member

  • 31 posts
  • Joined: August 10

Posted 06 September 2010 - 21:26

Thanks for the help, macoran and the welcome.

Nice engine the Cummins. First engine ever designed to be turbo charged and wouldn't work without it, so Ford guys told me. It had no manifolds. They were all cast in and the turbo just bolted straight onto the block, but that made the section a right royal pain to show all the cast in stuff. Interestingly it also had a camshaft that only operated injector pumps. Each injector was filled with a metered amount of fuel, then the cam came round and "squirt", it was in. Nice touch.

Time for my Horlicks now, Nursey!!

Cheers,
Martin

#5976 sixlover

sixlover
  • Member

  • 31 posts
  • Joined: August 10

Posted 06 September 2010 - 21:28

Ooh, I forgot to ask...has the name Ferguson come up yet? I seem to remember seeing his stuff in old aircraft and motoring mags from the thirties??

Cheers,
Martin

#5977 macoran

macoran
  • Member

  • 3,989 posts
  • Joined: August 05

Posted 06 September 2010 - 21:57

Ooh, I forgot to ask...has the name Ferguson come up yet? I seem to remember seeing his stuff in old aircraft and motoring mags from the thirties??

Cheers,
Martin

Yes Martin,
Ferguson P99 cutaway by James Allington page 60,64
Ferguson P99 by John Ferguson page 84

Novi Ferguson by James Allingyon page 45
Novi Ferguson by Vic Berris page 45
Novi Ferguson by Theo Page page 149

Jensen FF chassi by unknown artist page 113
Jensen C-V8 by S.E.Porter page 129

#5978 Tony Matthews

Tony Matthews
  • Member

  • 17,498 posts
  • Joined: September 08

Posted 06 September 2010 - 22:28

I think Martin means John Ferguson, the illustrator, Marc! In which case, Martin, yes, but you'll have to look in the index.

#5979 macoran

macoran
  • Member

  • 3,989 posts
  • Joined: August 05

Posted 06 September 2010 - 22:31

I think Martin means John Ferguson, the illustrator, Marc! In which case, Martin, yes, but you'll have to look in the index.

I just realised that ! :rotfl:

Oh well at least I got the one Ferguson P99 by him in there.

What tripped me was the aircraft link, to me the Dunlop Maxaret anti-lock system came to mind, and I linked
it to Harry Ferguson's 4wd

Edited by macoran, 06 September 2010 - 22:48.


Advertisement

#5980 Tony Matthews

Tony Matthews
  • Member

  • 17,498 posts
  • Joined: September 08

Posted 06 September 2010 - 22:34

An easy mistake to make, Marc - perhaps it's time for your Horlicks too, if they sell it in your neck of the woods...

#5981 macoran

macoran
  • Member

  • 3,989 posts
  • Joined: August 05

Posted 06 September 2010 - 22:40

To atone
Rover Turbine page 42
Gilbern Genie page 83
Issigonis Lightweight Special page 85 , 111
Jowett Javelin page 102
Sunbeam Tiger page 102
1932 AJS page 102
Austin Healey chassis frame, rolling chassis and engine page139

Edited by macoran, 06 September 2010 - 22:59.


#5982 Tony Matthews

Tony Matthews
  • Member

  • 17,498 posts
  • Joined: September 08

Posted 06 September 2010 - 22:52

To atone

To atone? Or to a Tone? Well done, a nice surprise for Martin when he looks in tomorrow!

Edited by Tony Matthews, 06 September 2010 - 23:09.


#5983 sixlover

sixlover
  • Member

  • 31 posts
  • Joined: August 10

Posted 06 September 2010 - 23:29

A nice surprise tonight, chaps.
Thanks for all the references.
I would normally have switched off by now, but the rain killed our link earlier so I'm catching up and my wife just joined facebook (oh no!!)
This thread is taking up a lot of time, but it's so good.
I'd put one of my engine paintings on, but they aren't cutaways and of limited interest as they are classic canal boat engines done as something with which to fill the evenings when we lived on our historic ex-working boat, so they were done whilst the thing was rocking and banging the bank in the wind!
Also, I haven't a clue how to put them on here.

Now, I really must away to my pit.
Thanks gents.
Cheers,
Martin

To atone? Or to a Tone? Well done, a nice surprise for Martin when he looks in tomorrow!



#5984 Tony Matthews

Tony Matthews
  • Member

  • 17,498 posts
  • Joined: September 08

Posted 06 September 2010 - 23:39

Some people just will not go to bed when they're supposed to, even with Nursie and a mug of Horlicks! That probably includes me...

#5985 ibsenop

ibsenop
  • Member

  • 813 posts
  • Joined: February 07

Posted 07 September 2010 - 11:23

TNF Cutaway drawing and its artists Index page 01 to page 157 - up to post #6257 - part A

Automobiles / SUV / 4WD / Off-road

A

Abarth
Abarth 500 Pinifarina Record Car 1958 by Giovanni Cavara - page 47-153
Abarth 2000 Sport Spyder by Franco Rosso - page 50-104
Abarth 2200 engine (based on the Fiat 6) by Giovanni Cavara - page 153
Abarth 750 Zagato Coupe 1956 by Giovanni Cavara - page 153

AJS
AJS 1932 by John Ferguson - page 102

Alec Issigonis
Alec Issigonis Lightweight Special with Austin Seven engine by John Ferguson - page 85-111-142 (cutaway, details and sketchs)

Alfa Romeo
Alfa Romeo 159 Alfetta by Laurence Watts - page 31-38-140 (link only)
Alfa Romeo P3 by Bruno Betti - page 42
Alfa Romeo Bimotore 1935 by Giulio Betti - page 42
Alfa Romeo Bimotore 1935 by Brian Hatton - page 42 - "The non-Conformists" Nr? article by Cyril Posthumus
Alfa Romeo 179 by Paolo D'Allesio - page 42
Alfa Romeo P3 by Tony Matthews - page 42-63-149
Alfa Romeo 512 1940 by Giulio Betti - page 43
Alfa Romeo V8 2650 Turbo engine by Bruno Betti - page 43
Alfa Romeo Montreal by Bruno Betti - page 45
Alfa Romeo P3 by unknown artist - page 45
Alfa Romeo 2900B by unknown artist - page 45
Alfa Romeo Montreal engine by Bruno Betti(?) - page 45
Alfa Romeo 6C 2500 SS Corsa 1939-1940 by Giovanni Cavara - page 46-154
Alfa Romeo 8C by Rens Biesma - page 46
Alfa Romeo 159 Alfetta side view by unknown artist - page 31-38
Alfa Romeo 2000 Sportiva 1954 by Giovanni Cavara - page 46
Alfa Romeo 6C 2900 by Giovanni Cavara - page 46
Alfa Romeo 158 by Giovanni Cavara - page 52-153
Alfa Romeo Flat 12 3000cc by Bruno Betti - page 54
Alfa Romeo P2 1924 by Giulio Betti - page 54-105
Alfa Romeo 179T by Bruno Betti - page 63
Alfa Romeo AR51 "Matta" by Giulio Betti - page 66
Alfa Romeo 159 Alfetta by Serge Bellu - page 66
Alfa Romeo 2300 by unknown artist - page 67 (?) Walter Brito (?)
Alfa Romeo Alfetta GT by Franco Rosso - page 67
Alfa Romeo Canguro by Makoto Ouchi - page 68
Alfa Romeo OSI Scarabeo 1966 by Sergio Baratto - page 77
Alfa Romeo 33 1967 by unknown artist - page 78
Alfa Romeo 33 1967 by Giovanni Cavara - page 78
Alfa Romeo 33 1967 drawings (not a cutaway) by Betti (Giulio or Bruno?) - page 78
Alfa Romeo 33-3 1970 by Betti (Giulio or Bruno?) - page 78
Alfa Romeo 33TT3 1972 by Bruno Betti - page 78-119
Alfa Romeo 33TT12 1973 by Bruno Betti - page 78-119
Alfa Romeo 33SC12 1977 by unknown artist - page 78
Alfa Romeo Disco Vollante by Clarence LaTourette - page 83-86
Alfa Romeo Giulia TZ1 by Clarence LaTourette - page 86
Alfa Romeo Sprint Veloce roadster by Clarence LaTourette - page 86
Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint 1954 Bertone by Giovanni Cavara - page 104
Alfa Romeo 8C by Robert Roux - page 109
Alfa Romeo Alfetta 2000 1978 by unknown artist - page 114
Alfa Romeo 8C 2300 1932 by Tony Townsend - page 118
Alfa Romeo 8C 2900B Coupe 1937 by unknown artist (National Motor Museum) - page 118
Alfa Romeo 1750 GTV (2000 GTV?) 1969 by Paul Shakespeare - page 118
Alfa Romeo Giulia by Bruno Nestola - page 119
Alfa Romeo Giulia 1300 by Bruno Betti - page 120
Alfa Romeo Giulia GTA by Bruno Betti - page 120
Alfa Romeo 8C 2300 Monza by Yoshihiro Inomoto - page 130-148
Alfa Romeo 155 TI V6 DTM by Bruno Betti - page 134
Alfa Romeo 155 TI V6 DTM by Milanesi - page 134
Alfa Romeo 155 V6 TI ITC 1996 by Betti (Giulio or Bruno?) - page 135-154
Alfa Romeo 155 TI V6 DTM 1995 by Giulio Betti - page 135-154
Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint GT Veloce by Jiro Yamada - page 135
Alfa Romeo 90 1984 by unknown artist (Betti?) - page 135
Alfa Romeo 6 V6 2500cc 1979 engine by Bruno Betti - page 135
Alfa Romeo Alfasud 1972 by Dick Ellis - page 135
Alfa Romeo V16 3-Litre 1939 by unknown artist - page 137 (cross section - Not a cutaway)
Alfa Romeo Spider Duetto by Jiro Yamada - page 138
Alfa Romeo 512 1939 by unknown artist - page 139 (plan view and longitudinal section - Not a cutaway)
Alfa Romeo 159 Alfetta by Bruno Betti - page 140 (link only)
Alfa Romeo TZ1 by Shin Yoshikawa - page 144
Alfa Romeo 1750 GT Veloce by unknown artist - page 147
Alfa Romeo 6C 2500 Freccia d'Oro 1947-1952 by Giovanni Cavara - page 152
Alfa Romeo 160 engine by Giovanni Cavara - page 153
Alfa Romeo 2000 Sportiva 1954 by Giovanni Cavara - page 154
Alfa Romeo Giulietta Spider 1955 by Giovanni Cavara - page 154
Alfa Romeo Giulietta Spider 4-cylinder engine and transmission by Giovanni Cavara - page 154
Alfa Romeo Sprint Veloce 4-cylinder engine by Giovanni Cavara - page 154
Alfa Romeo 33 Q4 by Sitta - page 154
Alfa Romeo 164 by Sitta - page 154

Alpine
Alpine A110 by Bruno Betti - page 88
Alpine A110 by Editechnic - page 105
Alpine GTA V6 Turbo by E.T.A.I France - page 129
Alpine A310 V6 by E.T.A.I France - page 129
Alpine A610 by E.T.A.I France - page 129
Alpine M64 1964 by unknown artist (Cavara?) - page 143
Alpine A220 1968 by Editechnic - page 143
Alpine A210 1967 by Theo Page - page 145

Alta
Alta Racing Car by Max Millar(?) - page 154

Alvis
Alvis 20 1933 Rolling Chassis by Pratt - page 109

Amilcar
Amilcar C6 1926 by Jeremy Gower - page 117

Amphicar
Amphicar by Rosso(?) - page 86

AMC
AMC AMX by unknown artist - page 97

Armstrong
Armstrong Siddeley 1932 interior by John Ferguson - page 102 (Not a cutaway)

Arrows
Arrows FA1 by Giorgio Piola - page 95

Aston Martin
Aston Martin DBR1 by Tony Matthews - page 04-21-147
Aston Martin DBR1 by TD Collins - page 22
Aston Martin DB3S by Theo Page - page 68
Aston Martin DB3S by Tony Matthews - page 69-75
Aston Martin DB6 by Inkwell - page 87
Aston Martin DBR1-300 by Clarence LaTourette - page 88
Aston Martin DB2/2-4 by James A. Allington - page 92
Aston Martin DB3S by Bruno Betti - page 94
Aston Martin V8 engine by Brian Hatton - page 96
Aston Martin DBR1 by James A. Allington - page 100
Aston Martin DB4 Zagato by Ian Cleaver - page 100
Aston Martin Vantage by Martin Donavan - page 118
Aston Martin DBR4-250 by Clarence LaTourette - page 142

Atilla
Atilla Ford 1963 by Gordon Bruce - page 38-81

ATS
ATS F1 1963 by Giovanni Cavara - page 47
ATS F1 1963 by unknown artist - page 48-102 (?) Vic Berris - Bruno Betti (?)
ATS F1 1963 by Clarence LaTourette - page 88
ATS 2500 GT 1963 by Giovanni Cavara - page 125

Auburn
Auburn Speedster by Tony Matthews - page 93

Audi
Audi F1 Concept by Michael Stirm - page 31
Audi Quattro Rallye by Jim Bamber - page 44
Audi Quattro Rallye by Bruno Betti - page 61
Audi Sport Quattro Rallye 1984 by Bruno Betti(?) - page 95
Audi Sport Quattro S1 Rallye 1985 by Technical Art - page 95-153
Audi R10 TDI by Pan-Nullo - page 98
Audi Quattro by Giorgio Alisi - page 113
Audi Quattro by unknown artist (Audi AG) - page 117
Audi V8 1982 by Technical Art - page 132
Audi A4 1994 engine by unknown artist - page 133

Austin
Austin Sedan 1951 A/Gas Supercharged "Herrera & Sons" 1967 by Tom West - page 73
Austin Cambridge 1954 by S.E. Porter - page 102-104
Austin Light Six 1931 by Max Millar - page 102-104
Austin A99 Westminster 1959 by R.E. Poulton - page 109
Austin Healey 3000 MkIII by Keith Harmer - page 119
Austin Seven 1925 by Roy Haynes - page 119
Austin Allegro by Terry Davey - page 121
Austin Seven 747cc 1926 by unknown artist - page 135
Austin Healey 100 1952 prototype rolling chassis by John Ferguson - page 139
Austin Healey 100 Bare chassis by John Ferguson - page 139
Austin Healey 100 Engine by John Ferguson - page 139
Austin Healey 1957 100-Six 117bhp 12-port engine by John Ferguson - page 139 (Not a cutaway)
Austin Healey 100-Six, 117bhp, 12-port head 1958 with SU H6 Carburettors fitted by John Ferguson - page 139
Austin Healey 3000 Body construction by John Ferguson - page 139 (Not a cutaway)
Austin Healey 3000 engine 1959 by John Ferguson - page 139
Austin Healey 3000 MKIII BMC 2.9 Litre engine by John Ferguson - page 139 (Not a cutaway)
Austin Maxi 1972 by Terry Davey - page 155

Auto Avio Construzione
Auto Avio Construzione AAC 815 by Giovanni Cavara - page 80
Auto Avio Construzione AAC 815 by Giulio Betti - page 128-134

Autobianchi
Autobianchi 112 by Bruno Betti - page 128
Autobianchi Y10 by Sidotec - page 154

Auto Union
Auto Union Type C 1936-1937 by Terry Collins - page 38
Auto Union P Wagen by unknown artist - page 44
Auto Union 1934 by Klaus Unbekannt - page 52-67
Auto Union Type C 1936 by Yoshihiro Inomoto - page 67
Auto Union 1938 by S.E. Porter - page 102
Auto Union Type C 1936-1937 by Bruno Betti - page 103
Auto Union Type C 1937 by J. Walkden Fisher - page 103-104
Auto Union Type C 1937 by G. Gedo - page 107
Auto Union Type C 1936 by unknown artist - page 146 (Revival kit box cover art)
Auto Union 1937 racing engine valvetrain by unknown artist - page 147 (Motor magazine 1938)
Auto Union Type C 1936 by Vaclav Kral - page 156

Avallone
Avallone Ford 1973 by Walter Brito - page 44

B

Babs
Babs V12 1927 by Vic Berris - page 59-127

Baker
Baker Torpedo 1902 by Brian Hatton - page 115 - "Prophet without Honour" Nr 16 article by Cyril Posthumus

Ballot
Ballot 3 litre engine by unknown artist - page 135 (not a cutaway)

Beatrice
Beatrice THL2 Ford by Tony Matthews - page 35

Bedford
Bedford HA Van 1970s by Terry Davey - page 156

Benetton
Benetton B194 by Terry Collins - page 23
Benetton B187 by Terry Collins - page 55
Benetton B188 by Terry Collins - page 55
Benetton B192 by Terry Collins - page 56
Benetton B193B by Bruno Betti - page 56
Benetton B193B by Terry Collins - page 56
Benetton B194 by Terry Collins - page 56
Benetton B190 by Terry Collins - page 56

Bentley
Bentley 4.5L Blower 1930 by Tony Matthews - page 41
Bentley 4.5L Blower 1930 by Bruno Betti - page 103-140

Bluebird
Bluebird Proteus CN7 by unknown artist - page 127
Bluebird Railton Rolls-Royce 1935 (Sir Malcom Campbell's Record Car) by unknown artist - page 129
Bluebird Railton Rolls-Royce 1935 by unknown artist - page 132 (with annotations)
Bluebird Napier Railton 1931 by unknown artist - page 132 (with annotations)
Bluebird Proteus CN7 by Lawrence Watts - page 133

BMS Dallara
BMS Dallara 1989 by Sergio Baratto - page 85

BMW
BMW 320i by Technical Art - page 35
BMW 320i Imsa by Bruno Betti - page 36
BMW 3000 CSL by Bruno Betti - page 36
BMW M1 Procar by Technical Art - page 36
BMW M12 4 cylinder 1500 Turbo engine by Niedermeier - page 36
BMW 600 by unknown artist - page 36
BMW 3500 CSL by Bruno Betti - page 36
BMW 507 by Serge Bellu - page 51-128
BMW M3 by Bruno Betti - page 66
BMW 3200 Engine section by unknown artist - page 96
BMW 3200 by unknown artist - page 96
BMW 600 1956 by Schlenzig - page 105
BMW Alpina by unknown artist - page 117
BMW 635 by Niedermeier - page 130
BMW Z -axle by unknown artist - page 131
BMW 740iL 1992 by Technical Art (?) - page 131
BMW 750iL by Technical Art - page 131-148
BMW 750iL by Technical Art - page 131-148
BMW V8 1950 and 1990 engines by unknown artist - page 131
BMW Isetta 250 Bubblecar engine by Schlenzig - page 133
BMW 502 Saloon 1954 V8 engine by Max Millar - page 133
BMW 318is Coupe by BMW Grafik Design - page 133
BMW 318 engine by BMW Grafik Design - page 133

Bond
Bond Bug by Lawrence Watts - page 125 (colour version)
Bond Bug by Lawrence Watts - page 138 (B&W version)

Borgeault
Borgeault Formula Jr by Gordon Bruce - page 74-81

Borgward
Borgward RS by Clarence LaTourette - page 87
Borgward P100 by unknown artist - page 97

Brabham
Brabham BT34 by unknown artist - page 25
Brabham BT34 by Giorgio Piola - page 25
Brabham BT34 by Dick Ellis - page 25
Brabham BT34 by Tony Matthews - page 27
Brabham BT11 1965 by James A. Allington - page 28
Brabham BT49C by Giorgio Piola - page 36
Brabham BT52 BMW Turbo by Sergio Baratto - page 38
Brabham BT45 Alfa Romeo by Technical Art - page 38
Brabham BT34 drawings (not a cutaway) by Werner Buhrer - page 52
Brabham BT33 by Bill Bennett "Anglia Art" - page 52
Brabham BT54 by Giorgio Piola - page 67
Brabham 1963 by James A. Allington - page 75
Brabham Climax F1 1963 by Gordon Bruce - page 81
Brabham BT19 by Theo Page - page 83(only link)
Brabham BT3 1965 by James A. Allington - page 101
Brabham BT19 by Serge Bellu - page 104
Brabham BT7 1963 by Giulio Betti - page 121
Brabham BT11 1964 by Dick Ellis - page 121
Brabham BT49C by Bruno Betti - page 123
Brabham BT50 by Bruno Betti - page 123
Brabham BT52 by Bruno Betti - page 124
Brabham BT46 by Bruno Betti - page 124

Bristol
Bristol 405 1956 by Ron Haynes - page 122

British Leyland
British Leyland 1100 1965 by Terry Davey - page 157
British Leyland A99 1965 by Terry Davey - page 157

BRM
BRM V16 by Tony Matthews - page 09
BRM P261 by Bill Bennett - page 21
BRM P160 by Tony Matthews - page 27
BRM P261 by James A. Allington - page 28-101
BRM 1963 (rear view) by Gordon Bruce - page 28-142
BRM P133 by unknown artist - page 47 - (?) Vittorio Dal Basso (?)
BRM H16 engine by Vic Berris - page 48
BRM V16 engine by Vic Berris - page 49-137
BRM V16 engine by Cresswell - page 49
BRM V16 by Theo Page - page 49
BRM P180 drawings (not a cutaway) by Werner Buhrer - page 52
BRM V16 by Max Millar - page 53
BRM P57 1962 by Serge Bellu - page 56
BRM 4WD by Brian Hatton - page 64
BRM P261 by Theo Page - page 65
BRM P261 by Bruno Betti - page 65
BRM 1962 "Stackpipe" (front view) by Gordon Bruce - page 68-78-81-142
BRM V8 1963 by James A. Allington - page 75
BRM 2.5 Litre 4 cylinder engine with transaxle by James A. Allington - page 77
BRM H16 by Dick Ellis - page 78
BRM H16 by Vittorio Dal Basso (?) - page 78
BRM P160 by Brian Hatton - page 88(only link)
BRM P51 by James A. Allington - page 100
BRM H16 by Theo Page - page 101-104
BRM P61 by John Marsden - page 123
BRM P578 by unknown artist - page 123
BRM 4WD F1 by James A. Allington - page 129
BRM V16 engine cross section by unknown artist - page 134 (not a cutaway)
BRM 1963 by Gordon Bruce - page 142
BRM Type 25 by Robert Thatcher - page 152

BRP
BRP BRM F1 1963 by Gordon Bruce - page 81-142
BRP BRM F1 1963 by John Fisher - page 125

Brooke-Weston
Brooke-Weston V8 by Theo Page - page 49

Brough Superior
Brough Superior 8 cylinder Dual-Purpose by John Fergusson - page 142

Bugatti
Bugatti Royale by James A. Allington - page 18
Bugatti Type 59 by Tony Matthews - page 42
Bugatti Type 35 by James A. Allington - page 94
Bugatti Royale 1930 by Antonio Eiras - page 97
Bugatti Type 35 by Antonio Eiras - page 98
Bugatti 251 by Robert Roux - page 109
Bugatti EB110 1991 by unknown artist - page 114
Bugatti Royale Type 41 1930 by Inkwell Studios - page 122
Bugatti Type 37 by Yoshihiro Inomoto - page 130-148
Bugatti Type 53 1932 by Yoshihiro Inomoto - page 131-148
Bugatti-King U-16 engine cross section by unknown artist - page 131 (Not a cutaway)
Bugatti Type 57SC Atlantic Coupe by Shin Yoshikawa - page 144
Bugatti Type 35C 1926 by Fujine Yano - page 148

Buick
Buick V8 aluminium engine 1960 by Clarence LaTourette - page 101

C

Cadillac
Cadillac LMP side view by Stephen Miller - page 14
Cadillac Fleetwood 1965 by Bruno Betti - page 111
Cadillac Series 452 V16 1930 by Roger Farrington - page 122-149
Cadillac V16 engine 135-degree vee angle 1938 by unknown artist - page 137 (cross section - Not a cutaway)
Cadillac Allante 1992 by David Kimble - page 155

Caterham
Caterham Super 7 Classic 1994 by Jiro Yamada - page 120

CD
CD Panhard Le Mans 1964 by G. Gedo - page 50
CD Panhard by unknown artist - page 107
CD DKW 1963 by by Robert Roux - page 109

Chaparral
Chaparral 2F by James A. Allington - page 27-59-76
Chaparral 2E by David Kimble - page 66
Chaparral 2D by Vic Berris - page 70
Chaparral 2F by Antonio Eiras - page 95
Chaparral 1 by unknown artist - page 96-102
Chaparral 2H by Brian Hatton - page 102
Chaparral 2J by Brian Hatton - page 102
Chaparral 2C by Brian Hatton(?) - page 102
Chaparral 2J by unknown artist - page 137

Cheetah
Cheetah Chevrolet cutaway by Clarence LaTourette - page 124

Chevallier
Chevallier Bol d'Or Speciale by Brian Hatton - page 115 - "The non-Conformists" NR 11 article by Cyril Posthumus

Chevrolet
Chevrolet V8 c/w Weber sidedraft carbs by Bill Bennett - page 21
Chevrolet Corvette C6 ZR1 by David Kimble - page 66
Chevrolet Corvette C6R by David Kimble - page 69
Chevrolet Corvette C6 Coupe by David Kimble - page 69
Chevrolet Corvette C6 Convertible by David Kimble - page 69
Chevrolet Corvette C6 Z06 by David Kimble - page 69
Chevrolet Camaro 1968 Funny Car "Vicious Too" by Tom West - page 74
Chevrolet Nova 1968 Funny Car "Super Nova II" by Tom West - page 75
Chevrolet Corvette 1967 Funny Car "Fiberglass Trends" by Tom West - page 77
Chevrolet 3500 V8 IRL 2002 engine by David Kimble - page 81
Chevrolet Opala SS 1972 by unknown artist - page 83
Chevrolet Corvette 1958 by unknown artist - page 84-153
Chevrolet Chevy II 1969 Funny Car "Jungle Jim" by Tom West - page 86
Chevrolet Corvette 1963 by Clarence LaTourette - page 92
Chevrolet Corvette 1969 Funny Car "Too Bad" by Tom West - page 101
Chevrolet Corvette 1958 by Tony Bryan - page 109
Chevrolet Chevette 1973 by Walter Brito - page 110
Chevrolet Camaro 2010 by David Kimble - page 116
Chevrolet Corvette 1984 by Bruno Betti - page 116
Chevrolet Corvette SS 1957 by Robert Roux - page 131
Chevrolet Corvette GTP by Vic Berris - page 132
Chevrolet Corvette Aerovette by unknown artist - page 137 (longitudinal section - Not a cutaway)
Chevrolet Corvair coupe 1965 by unknown artist - page 140
Corvette C5-R Le Mans 2000 by David Kimble - page 144
Chevrolet Corvair coupe by Clarence LaTourette - page 145
Chevrolet Nova 4 cylinder engine by unknown artist - page 145
Chevrolet Silverado by unknown artist (David Kimble?) - page 148
Chevrolet LS7 2006 engine by David Kimble - page 151
Chevrolet LUV by Terry Davey - page 155
Chevrolet Caprice 1972 by Terry Davey - page 155

Chevron
Chevron B19 by Betti - Giulio(?) or Bruno(?) - page 71-93

Chrysler
Chrysler AA/Fuel Dragster 1965 "Yeakel Plymouth Special" by Tom West - page 73
Chrysler Bantam AA/Fuel Altered 1970 "Rat Trap" by Tom West - page 111

Cisitalia
Cisitalia 360 by Harold Bubb - page 101

Citroën
Citroën C23 by James A. Allington - page 18
Citroën SM by Giulio Betti - page 81
Citroën XM by E.T.A.I. - page 81
Citroën Mehari chassis (not a cutaway) by unknown artist - page 96-113
Citroën DS by Unknon artist - page 107
Citroën Mehari by Giulio Betti - page 113
Citroën Mehari subframe and body by Giulio Betti(?) - page 113
Citroën DS by Nivelet - page 120
Citroen 2 CV by unknown artist - page 122 (Document Relations Publiques Citroen, Design by Sempé)
Citroën ZX Raid by unknown artist - page 128
Citroën SM engine by Bruno Betti - page 133
Citroën LN by unknown artist - page 136 (link only)
Citroen 2CV twin engine All Terrain model by unknown artist - page 141
Citroën GS Birotor by Editchnic - page 142

Cooper
Cooper Monaco by James A. Allington - page 18
Cooper T77 1965 by James A. Allington - page 28
Cooper T51 Climax by Tony Matthews - page 38
Cooper Maserati 1966 by Theo Page - page 50
Cooper Coventry Climax 1964 (rear view) by Theo Page - page 50
Cooper Coventry Climax 1964 (front view) by Theo Page - page 50
Cooper Climax 1959 by unknown artist - page 52
Cooper 500cc racer by Theo Page - page 58
Cooper T51 1959 by Serge Bellu - page 62
Cooper T51 1959 by Dick Ellis - page 62-150
Cooper Maserati 1966 by Dick Ellis - page 66
Cooper Monaco by J. Walkden Fisher - page 74
Cooper Climax F1 1963 by Vic Berris - page 81-123
Cooper Monaco by James A. Allington - page 87
Cooper Climax roadster by Clarence LaTourette - page 88
Cooper Maserati by Robert Roux - page 99
Cooper T68 1965 by James A. Allington - page 101
Cooper 500 1947 by Max Millar - page 102
Cooper Mk2 T56 1961 by Brian Hatton - page 105
Cooper Mk3 T59 1962 by Willin - page 106
Cooper Mk1 T52 FJ 1960 by Brian Hatton - page 106
Cooper Mk3A T67 FJ 1963 by Theo Page - page 106
Cooper Mk5 by Vic Berris- page 106
Cooper Mk9 by Max Millar - page 106
Cooper Mk8 by Theo Page - page 106
Cooper Mk2 FJ by unknown artist - page 106
Cooper Formula 1 1960 by Bruno Betti - page 112
Cooper Climax by Brian Hatton - page 112
Cooper T53 by Vic Berris - page 113
Cooper Monaco vy Dick Ellis - page 114
Cooper Climax 1963 by Gordon Bruce - page 142
Cooper Climax Formula 2 by Clarence LaTourette - page 145
Cooper T51 Climax 1959 by James A. Allington - page 150

Cord
Cord 810 Beverly Sedan 1936 by Inkwell Studios - page 122

Cornelian
Cornelian 1915 Indy 500 by Brian Hatton - page 115 - "Prophet without Honour" Nr 12 article by Cyril Posthumus

Costin-Nathan
Costin-Nathan by John Way - page 115

Cosworth
Cosworth Vega engine by Tony Matthews - page 07-52
Cosworth GAA 3.4 litre V6 by Tony Matthews - page 38
Cosworth GAA 3.4 litre V6 by Terry Collins - page 39
Cosworth DFY engine by Diana Stevens - page 42
Cosworth DFX engine by Tony Mattews - page 49
Cosworth 4WD by Brian Hatton - page 64
Cosworth 4WD by John Hostler - page 64
Cosworth 4WD by Klaus Unbekannt - page 64
Cosworth DFY engine by Keith Harmer - page 70
Cosworth DFV engine by Theo Page - page 70
Cosworth DFV engine by Bruno Betti - page 70
Cosworth DFV engine by Vic Berris - page 70
Cosworth FVA engine by Theo Page - page 123
Cosworth BDA engine by Terry Collins - page 123-140

Courage
Courage C36 Porsche by Jean-Jacques François - page 85


Coventry Climax
Coventry Climax Flat 16 engine by Vic Berris - page 48
Coventry Climax Flat 16 engine by James A. Allington - page 49
Coventry Climax FWMV engine by James A. Allington - page 49
Coventry Climax Flat 16 engine by S. Porter - page 49
Coventry Climax FWMV engine by Vic Berris - page 49
Coventry Climax FPF four-cylinder Twin-cam engine by James A.Allington - page 49
Coventry Climax FPF by Vic Berris - page 123-150 (Black and White version)
Coventry Climax FPF by Vic Berris - page 150 (Colour version)

Crossley
Crossley-Burney 15.7 hp 6 cyl 2 liter 1934 by unknown artist - page 124

D

DAF
DAF 44 Variomatic 1969 bu unknown artist - page 131
DAF 600 1958 by Charles Burns - page 131

Datsun
Datsun Violet by Tony Matthews - page 58
Datsun 200L by unknown artist (Datsun Factory) - page 115
Datsun 180B 1980 by unknown artist (Datsun Factory) - page 115
Datsun 240 ZX 1972 by Terry Davey - page 155
Datsun 1200 1972 by Terry Davey - page 156
Datsun 1300 1970 by Terry Davey - page 157

Daimler
Daimler Maybach V-Twin 1889 by C Baker and R John Way - page 141

Dallara
Dallara 392 Opel Spiess by Sante Lusuardi - page 116-129
Dallara 392 Mugen by Sante Lusuardi - page 116-129

DB
DB 750 Sport by Robert Roux - page 99

De Dion Boulton
De Dion Bouton 8HP Model R by unknown artist (Brian Hatton ? - Quadrant Picture Library) - page 122

De Tomaso
De Tomaso Pantera by Anders Bonde - page 08-09
De Tomaso F1 1962 by Giovanni Cavara - page 47
De Tomaso Pantera by Alloisi Milanesi - page 101-104
De Tomaso Pantera by Alloisi - page 101 (colour)
De Tomaso Deauville by Franco Rosso - page 102
De Tomaso Pantera GTS 1985 by Paul Shakespeare - page 120

DKW
DKW-Vemag Carcará 1966 by unknown artist - page 126
DKW F86 by Schlenzig - page 152 (Sports Car Illustrated from January, 1957)
DKW F86 by Schlenzig - page 152 (Sports Car Illustrated from November, 1956)

Delage
Delage La Torpille Grand Prix 1924 by unknown artist (Cavara?) - page 128
Delage D8 by Inkwell Studios - page 149

Delahaye
Delahaye 135 1936 by Danny Mercer - page 122

Delta
Delta T83 FF2000 by anders Bonde - page 45

Delaunay
Delaunay Belleville F6 1906 by Inkwell Studios - page 156

Devin
Devin Deusche by Bob Tatcher - page 115
Devin Super Shillelagh by Clarence LaTourette - page 115

Dodge
Dodge Viper SRT10 by David Kimble - page 69
Dodge Charger Funny Car 1969 "Chi-Town Hustler" by Tom West - page 73
Dodge Charger Funny Car 1968 "Rambunctious" by Tom West - page 77
Dodge Dart Funny Car 1968 "Saddleback Dodge" by Tom West - page 77
Dodge Charger Funny Car 1968 "Super Chief" by Tom West - page 81
Dodge Charger Funny Car 1968 "Color Me Gone" by Tom West - page 81
Dodge Charger Funny Car 1969 "Hawaiian" by Tom West - page 86
Dodge Charger Funny Car 1970 "Rambunctious" by Tom West - page 92
Dodge Challenger Funny Car 1969 "Challenger 1" by Tom West - page 92
Dodge Charger Funny Car 1971 "Custom Body Mini Carger" by Tom West - page 123
Dodge Challenger Funny Car 1970 "Rambunctious" by Tom West - page 123

Dolphin
Dolphin Formula Jr by Clarence LaTourette - page 78/92
Dolphin Porsche by unknown artist - page 78
Dolphin Porsche by Gordon Bruce - page 106
Dolphin Formula Jr by Gordon Bruce - page 126

Dragada
Dragada FJr by Emily - Page 27-33-83-90

Dragster
Twin-Buick AA/G Dragster 1962 "TV Tommy Ivo" by Tom West - page 73
Kent Fuller-built AA/FD "Magicar" by Tom West - page 73
AA/Fuel Dragster 1999 "Tom Hanna" by Tom West - page
Ford T 1923 AA/Fuel Altered 1969 "Groundshaker Jr." - page 92
AA/Fuel Dragster 1970 "Smothers Brothers Beach Boys SApecial" by Tom West - page 101
Top Fuel Dragster rear-engined 1970 "Kaiser Brothers" by Tom West - page 142
Top Fuel Dragster Don Garlits "Swamp Rat XXX" 1988 by Tom West - page 144

Duesenberg
Duesenberg Model J 1928 by Inkwell Studios - page 119

E

Eagle
Eagle AAR 103 oil tank by unknown artist - page 34
Eagle AAR 103 chassis by Brian Hatton - page 34
Eagle Coventry Climax by Theo Page - page 34-47
Eagle AAR 103 by Bill Bennett - page 34-35
Eagle AAR 103 by Roy Huxley - page 51
Eagle 1972 drawings (not a cutaway) by Werner Buhrer - page 53
Eagle TG2 by Clarence LaTourette - page 62
Eagle Formula A 1969 drawings (not a cutaway) by Werner Buhrer - page 62
Eagle Weslake by Theo Page - page 139

Elva
Elva MkVIII chassis by ra Epton - page 54
Elva Formula Junior by James A. Allington - page 84
Elva Mk4 by Cresswell - page 101

Emeryson
Emeryson F1 by unknown artist - page 128

Epsilon- Euskadi
Epsilon- Euskadi Gt-1 by unknown artist - page 136 (Cad wireframe drawing)

Estonia
Estonia 18 by unknown artist - page 97

F

Facel
Facel Vega Excellence by Robert Roux - page 109
Facel Vega HK 500 1960 by Danny Mercer - page 156

Felday
Felday 4 by Bill Bennett - page 147

Ferguson
Ferguson P99 by James A. Allington - page 60-64
Ferguson P99 by John Ferguson - page 84
Ferguson Novi P104 1964 by James A. Allington - page 45
Ferguson Novi P104 1964 by Vic Berris - page 45
Ferguson Novi P104 1964 by Theo Page - page 149

Ferrari
Ferrari 512 S by Bruno Betti - page 01-64
Ferrari 312 T by Kurt O. - page 02
Ferrari 330 P3 by Jean-Jacques François - page 02
Ferrari 330 P4 side view by Mark Fenijn - page 02
Ferrari 330 P4 by René Bellu - page 02 (colour version at page 104)
Ferrari 250 TR59 by Tony Matthews - page 04
Ferrari 250 Testarossa 1957 by Tony Matthews - page 04-09-30
Ferrari F300 by Tony Matthews - page 04
Ferrari Dino 246 by Tony Matthews - page 05-14
Ferrari 049 engine by Tony Matthews - page 06-12
Ferrari 312 PB by Tony Matthews - page 10
Ferrari 365 BB by Jeremy Banks - page 13
Ferrari F2000 by Tony Matthews - page 20
Ferrari F2000 gearbox by Tony Matthews - page 20-43
Ferrari 156 Shark Nose by Giulio Betti - page 26
Ferrari F2 1960 by James A. Allington - page 26-149
Ferrari Dino 246 F1 1958 by John Marsden - page 26-115
Ferrari 330 P4 by James A. Allington - page 27-59
Ferrari 156 Shark Nose by James A. Allington - page 27
Ferrari 158 by James A. Allington - page 28
Ferrari V12 engine by Brian Kinkaid - page 28
Ferrari 156 Shark Nose by Serge Bellu - page 31
Ferrari F300 by Tony Matthews - page 32 (Working drawing - front end - pedals)
Ferrari F300 by Tony Matthews - page 32 (front end detail)
Ferrari 126 C by Giorgio Piola - page 36
Ferrari 156 Shark Nose by Giovanni Cavara - page 37
Ferrari 156 Shark Nose by Gordon Bruce - page 37-81
Ferrari 156 Shark Nose by Paolo D'Alessio - page 37-52
Ferrari 156 Shark Nose by unknown artist - page 39
Ferrari 312 Boxer F1 engine by Giulio Betti - page 40
Ferrari 125 1948 by Giulio Betti - page 51
Ferrari 500 F2 1952 by Bruno Betti - page 51
Ferrari 641/2 1990 by Bruno Betti - page 51
Ferrari 312 F1 1969-1973 drawings (not a cutaway) by Werner Buhrer - page 52
Ferrari 312 B2 drawings (not a cutaway) by Werner Buhrer - page 52
Ferrari Dino 246 1958 by Franco Rosso - page 52
Ferrari Dino 246 F1 1958 by Giovanni Cavara - page 52
Ferrari Dino 246 F1 1958 by Paolo D'Alessio - page 52
Ferrari 500 F2 1953 by Giovanni Cavara - page 52-146
Ferrari 125 1950 by Paolo D'Alessio - page 52-127
Ferrari 312 1966 by Paolo D'Allessio - page 52-61
Ferrari 312 B 1970 by Bruno Betti - page 52
Ferrari 312 1968 by Bruno Betti - page 52
Ferrari 641-2 1990 by unknown artist - page 52 (plus plan and side views)
Ferrari 158 F1 1964 by Bruno Betti - page 53
Ferrari 500 Superfast by Bruno Betti - page 53
Ferrari 512 S Longitudinal Section by Bruno Betti - page 55 (not a cutaway)
Ferrari 312 T2 by Sergio Baratto - page 56
Ferrari 500 F2 by Betti (Bruno or Giulio?) - page 56
Ferrari 312 T2 by Marco Siotto - page 56
Ferrari 555 Super Squalo by Bob Thatcher - page 57
Ferrari F189 by unknown artist - page 57 (?) Hideo Mizokawa (?)
Ferrari 158 F1 1964 by Vic Berris - page 57
Ferrari 312 T4 by Serge Bellu - page 60
Ferrari 250 GTO (right side) by Tony Matthews - page 60
Ferrari 312 1966 by Vic Berris - page 61
Ferrari 312 1966 by Bruno Betti - page 61
Ferrari 046 engine by Bruno Betti - page 62
Ferrari 049 engine by Bruno Betti - page 62
Ferrari 312 T by Tony Matthews - page 63-82
Ferrari 512 S by Vic Berris - page 64
Ferrari 512 S engine by Vic Berris - page 64
Ferrari 512 S by unknown artist - page 64 (B&W)
Ferrari 512 S by unknown artist - page 64 (colour)
Ferrari 312 B by Brian Hatton - page 64
Ferrari 512 F1 1965 by Bruno betti - page 64
Ferrari 312 T2 by Vic Berris - page 64
Ferrari Dino 246 by James A. Allington - page 64
Ferrari 312 B3 1974 by Giorgio Piola - page 67
Ferrari GTO 1984 by Bruno betti - page 68
Ferrari Enzo by unknown artist - page 68
Ferrari 312 P 1969 by Vittorio Dal Basso - page 68
Ferrari 250 GTO (left side) by Tony Matthews - page 68
Ferrari 250 GTO by Shin Yoshikawa - page 68
Ferrari Berlinetta Boxer by Dick Ellis - page 72
Ferrari BB engine by Vic Berris - page 72
Ferrari BB gearbox by Vic Berris - page 72
Ferrari 512 Testarossa by Matt Jennings - page 74
Ferrari 375 1951 by unknown artist - page 74
Ferrari F40 by unknown artist - page 74
Ferrari 612 Can Am by unknown artist - page 74
Ferrari 312 T4 by unknown artist (Tamiya Box Art) - page 74
Ferrari V6 F1 1963 by James A. Allington - page 75
Ferrari Gilera Formula Concept 1962 by Sergio Baratto - page 78
Ferrari 312 B3 1974 by Terry Davey - page 82
Ferrari 312 B3 1973 by Giorgio Piola - page 82
Ferrari 312 B3 1974 by Paolo D'Alessio - page 82
Ferrari 312 B3 1973 by Bruno Betti - page 82
Ferrari 312 T2 1976 by Bruno Betti - page 82
Ferrari 312 T3 1978 by Bruno Betti - page 82
Ferrari 312 T2 1977 by Bruno Betti - page 83
Ferrari 312 T4 1979 by Bruno Betti - page 83
Ferrari 312 B3 1974 by Bruno Betti - page 83
Ferrari 750 Monza by Clarence LaTourette - page 83
Ferrari 500 Mondial by Giovanni Cavara - page 86
Ferrari 250 Testarossa 1957 by Clarence LaTourette - page 92
Ferrari 365 GTB4 by James A. Allington - page 92
Ferrari 275 GTB by James A. Allington - page 94
Ferrari 275 GTB by Bruno Betti - page 94
Ferrari 125 S 1947 by Giovanni Cavara - page 96
Ferrari 330 P4 by Antonio Eiras - page 97
Ferrari F1/90 (641) by Sergio Baratto - page 97
Ferrari F40 by Antonio Eiras - page 100
Ferrari 330 P4 by René Bellu - page 104
Ferrari 126 CK by Paolo D'Alessio - page 104
Ferrari 126 C2 by Paolo D'Alessio - page 104
Ferrari 625 TF Vignale Berlinetta s/n 0302 TF by Alfredo Zanellato - page 104
Ferrari Dino 206 S by Giovanni Cavara - page 104
Ferrari 312 PB by Demand - page 107
Ferrari 250 GT by Gareth Owen - page 109
Ferrari F399 by Joca7483 - page 115
Ferrari 126 C3 by Bruno Betti - page 115
Ferrari Testa Rossa 1959 by Tony Matthews - page 116 (Working drawing)
Ferrari Dino 246 GT by Bruno Betti - page 116
Ferrari Dino 246 GT engine by Giulio Betti - page 116
Ferrari 512 S by Takeshi Hosokawa - page 119
Ferrari 333 SP by Sante Lusuardi - page 125
Ferrari F40 GTE by Sante Lusuardi - page 125
Ferrari 625 by Paolo D'Alessio - page 127
Ferrari F300 by Paolo D'Alessio - page 127
Ferrari 312 B3 1973 Concept Drawing (Spazzaneve) by unknown artist - page 128
Ferrari 312 B3 1974 by John Bishop - page 128
Ferrari 375 Thinwall Special by Lawrence Watts - page 132
Ferrari 126 C2 by Bruno Betti - page 132
Ferrari 375 F1 1951 by Bruno Betti (?) - page 132
Ferrari 333 SP by Bruno Betti - page 133
Ferrari 4 cylinder 2 Litre 1952-1953 by Giovanni Cavara - page 133
Ferrari F355 cutaway by Bruno Betti (?) - page 134
Ferrari F300 'Fast Circuit' by Paolo D'Alessio - page 134
Ferrari 625 F1 1954 by Giulio Betti - page 135
Ferrari 553 Squalo by Paolo D'Alessio - page 135
Ferrari 125 S by Betti (Bruno or Giulio?) - page 136
Ferrari 412 T1 1994 by Bruno Betti - page 137
Ferrari F40 Jiro Yamada - page 138
Ferrari 290-335 MM 1957 by Giovanni Cavara - page 138
Ferrari 290-335 MM 1957 engine by Giovanni Cavara - page 139
Ferrari F300 by Tony Matthews - page 139 (Working drawing - rear end)
Ferrari 365 GT4 Berlinetta Boxer by Bruno Betti - page 139
Ferrari 250 TR 1957 by Shin Yoshikawa - page 144
Ferrari 360 Modena Coupe by Shin Yoshikawa - page 144
Ferrari F50 by Shin Yoshikawa - page 144
Ferrari 250GT California by René Bellu - page 147
Ferrari 250 GT SWB by Makoto Ouchi - page 147
Ferrari 1512 F1 1965 engine by Vic Berris - page 147
Ferrari 246 SP by unknown artist - page 146-152
Ferrari GTO V12 prototype 2002 by unknown artist (Bruno Betti ?) - page 147
Ferrari F131 2000 "Enzo Prototype" by Bruno Betti - page 147
Ferrari F40 by David Kimble - page 147
Ferrari F2000 by Paolo D'Alessio - page 147
Ferrari 125 S 1948 by IngramL - page 147
Ferrari 312 B3 1973 Spazzaneve by Paolo D'Alessio - page 147
Ferrari 512 Testa Rossa by David Kimble - page 148
Ferrari 312 PB by Bruno Betti - page 148
Ferrari 312 T by Bruno Betti - page 148
Ferrari 312 T4 by Sergio Baratto - page 149
Ferrari 126 CK 1981 by Sergio Baratto - page 149
Ferrari 412i 2+2 1985 by Bruno Betti - page 149
Ferrari 512 TR 1992 by Sergio Baratto - page 149
Ferrari 456 GT 1992 by Sergio Baratto - page 149
Ferrari Dino 246 V6 F1 1960 by John Marsden - page 150
Ferrari 166 Inter Touring Coupe #005S by Giulio Betti - page 152
Ferrari Dino 246 F1 1958 by Robert Tatcher - page 152 (Road and Track June, 1961)
Ferrari 555 SuperSqualo by Robert Thatcher - page 153
Ferrari 250 LWB California Spider by Giogio Alisi - page 153
Ferrari 288 GTO by David Kimble - page 154

Fiat
Fiat 131 Abarth Alitalia by Bruno Betti - page 61
Fiat Grand Prix 1907 by Giulio Betti - page 63
Fiat Grand Prix 1927 by Giulio Betti - page 63-105
Fiat Mefistofele 1924 by Bruno Betti - page 63
Fiat Ballila 1934 by Giulio Betti - page 63
Fiat 500 Topolino 1936 by Bruno Betti - page 63-97
Fiat 600 1955 by Giulio Betti - page 63-97
Fiat 131 Abarth by unknown artist - page 63
Fiat 131 Abarth Olio Fiat by Bruno Betti - page 63
Fiat 131 Abarth Maratona by Franco Rosso - page 63
Fiat 3.5 HP 1899 by Giulio Betti - page 64-105
Fiat Zero 1915 by Bruno Betti - page 64-103
Superfiat 1921 by Bruno Betti - page 64
Fiat 501 2 Serie 1925 by Bruno Betti - page 64-103
Fiat Campagnola by Franco Rosso - page 66
Fiat Dino V6 engine by Giulio Betti - page 70
Fiat 8V by Makoto Ouchi - page 86
Fiat 600 by Lofthouse - page 89
Fiat 1100 1957 Longitudinal Section by unknown artist - page 97 (not a cutaway)
Fiat 500 C Longitudinal Section by unknown artist - page 97 (not a cutaway)
Fiat 500 Saloon Longitudinal Section by unknown artist - page 97 (not a cutaway)
Fiat Grand Prix 1927 by Giulio Betti - page 106 (Side, front and rear views - not a cutaway)
Fiat 500 Abarth by Sergio Baratto - page 111
Fiat 500 by Brian Hatton - page 114
Fiat X 1/9 by Terry Davey - page 113
Fiat Grand Prix 1927 by Brian Hatton - page 115 - "Prophet without Honour" Nr 14 article by Cyril Posthumus
Fiat Grand Prix 1927 by unknown artist - page 115 (Side and plan view - not a cutaway)
Fiat 131Racing by Betti(?) - page 126
Fiat 127 Sport by Giulio Betti - page 126
Fiat 127 by Franco Rosso - page 130
Fiat 8V 1952 by Giovanni Cavara (?) - page 131
Fiat S76 1912 longitudinal section by unknown artist - page 131 (not a cutaway)
Fiat Punto Maggiora Grama 2 1994 by Franco Rosso - page 134
Fiat Abarth X1/9 by Jiro Yamada - page 138
Fiat 1300-1500 1963 by unknown artist - page 141
Fiat 850 by Vic Berris - page 151
Fiat 850 by Franco Rosso - page 151
Fiat 850 engine and gearbox by G. Alloisi - page 151
Fiat 124 Sport Spider by unknown artist - page 154
Fiat 500L by unknown artist - page 154
Fiat 124 Coupe 1972 by Terry Davey - page 156

Fittipaldi
Fittipaldi FD04 by Technical Art - page 24
Fittipaldi FD01 by Walter Brito - page 25

Ford
Ford Capri RS by Tony Matthews - page 07
Formula Ford by Anders Bonde - page 10
Ford Escort Mk. III Group 5 Comprex-supercharged by Anders Bonde - page 12
Ford Fiesta Group 2 by Terry Collins - page 19
Ford Mk IV by James A. Allington - page 27-76
Ford Capri Turbo Zakespeed by Bruno Betti - page 36
Ford Capri RS2600 Cosworth by Bruno Betti - page 37
Ford F3L P68 by Theo Page - page 39-59-60-128
Ford Mk IV by Mati Palk - page 40
Ford GT40 Mk II (colour) by James A. Allington - page 40
Ford GT40 Mk I by Dick Ellis - page 47-69
Ford GT40 Mk I by Theo Page - page 47
Ford GT40 Mk I with annotations by Theo Page - page 47
Ford GT40 Mk I by James A. Allington - page 47
Ford GT40 Mk I by Brian Hatton - page 47
Ford GT40 Mk I by Bruno Betti - page 47
Ford GT40 Mk I by unknown artist - page 47 - (?) Vic Berris (?)
Ford F3L P68 by unknown artist - page 59
Ford M151A1 M.U.T.T. (Military Utility Tactical Truck) by Giulio Betti - page 66
Ford GT40 Mk I chassis by Tony Matthews - page 69-102
Ford C100 by Terry Collins (rear view) - page 71
Ford C100 by Terry Collins (front view) - page 71
Ford Mustang 2008 Funny Car "John Force Racing" by Tom West - page 73
Ford Track Roadster 1929 "Gary Meadors" by Tom West - page 73
Ford 1929 A/Modified Roadster 1962 "22JR Tony Nancy" by Tom West - page74
Ford 1932 AA/Fuel Altered 1967 "Thurmond Brothers" 1967 by Tom West - page 74
Ford Cortina-Lotus by James A. Allington - page 76
Ford Mustang 1968 Funny Car "Frantic Ford" by Tom West - page 73
Ford Escort 1986 by Studio Collins - page 81
Ford Escort 1975 by Terry Collins - page 81
Ford Maverick Super 1974 by Walter Brito - page 85
Ford Maverick 1978 Four Door chassis by unknown artist (Walter Brito?)- page 85
Ford Maverick 1978 by unknown artist (Walter Brito?) - page 85
Ford Sierra RS 500 by Terry Collins - page 90
Ford V8 DOHC Indy engine by Clarence LaTourette - page 92
Ford GT40 1964 by unknown artist - page 96
Ford GT40 Gulf by unknown artist - page 96
Ford RS200 by Terry Lawless - page 98-104
Ford RS200 by Allerston - page 98-104
Ford RS200 by Harmer and Allerston - page 98-104-137
Ford Thunderbird Nascar 1994 by Russell Von Sauers - page 98
Ford Mustang 1970 Funny Car Allison powered "Hollywood Badman" by Tom West - page 101
Ford GT40 Mk I body by James A. Allington (?Tony Matthews?) - page 102 (exploded view)
Ford G7A by unknown artist - page 102
Ford Escort Mark III 1980 by Chris Plant - page 103-104
Ford GT40 Mk II by unknown artist - page 103 (colour and B&W)
Ford MkIV by René Bellu - page 104
Ford Escort 1986 by Studio Collins - page 105
Ford Escort XR3i 1986 by unknown artist (Terry Collins?) - page 105
Ford Orion 1986 by Studio Collins - page 105
Ford Sierra Turnier 1982 by Studio Collins - page 105
Ford Maverick Super 1974 by Walter Brito - page 106 (black & white version)
Ford Corcel Coupe 1975 by Walter Brito - page 106
Ford Del Rey 1983 cutaway by unknown artist (Walter Brito?) - page 106
Ford 1932 w/ Ferrari engine "Deucari" by Rex Burnett - page 107
Ford Escort WRC by Terry Collins - page 107
Ford Sierra by Keith Harmer - page 114
Ford Scorpio Key and lock by unknown artist - page 114
Ford Mondeo BTCC by Terry Collins - page 114
Ford Capri 1969 by Theo Page - page 118
Ford Granada 1982 by Terry Collins - page 119
Ford Capri 1983 by Terry Collins - page 119
Ford Sierra 4x4 Cosworth 1990 by Terry Collins - page 120
Ford Escort RS Cosworth 1993 by Terry Collins - page 120
Ford Cortina 1968 Engine by unknown artist - page 120
Ford T by Giulio Betti - page 121 (cutaway) (side, front and rear views)
Ford GT70 by unknown artist (Ford In-house) - page 126
Ford Escort XR3 1.8 by unknown artist - page 127
Ford Kent 1967 engine by Theo Page - page 129
Ford Escort XR3i Lean burn 1.8 Litre Dohc engine by Terry Collins - page 130
Ford Escort RS 1800 by unknown artist - page 136 (Box art from the ESCI Crystal kit)
Ford Sierra RS Cosworth by Terry Collins - page 137
Ford Escort RS 2000 4x4 by Terry Collins - page 138
Ford Sierra XR4x4 four-wheel-drive layout by unknown artist - page 138 (Factory Illustration)
Ford Fiesta RS Turbo CVH by Studio Collins - page 140
Ford Puma Zetec SE 16-valve by Terry Collins - page 140
Ford Dagenham Essex OHV V6 engine by Terry Collins - page 140
Ford Cologne OHV V6 by Terry Collins - page 140
Ford Pinto OHC engine by Terry Collins - page 140
Ford Essex OHV V4-cylinder engine by Terry Collins - page 140
Ford CVH OHC 4-cylinder engine by Terry Collins - page 140
Ford EECIV CVH OHC 4-cylinder engine by Terry Collins - page 140
Ford RS Turbo CVH engine by Terry Collins - page 140
Ford Zetec DOHC engine by Terry Collins - page 140
Ford Cosworth FB-DOHC V6-cylinder engine by Terry Collins - page 140
Ford UK DOHC 4-cylinder engine by Terry Collins - page 140
Ford Spain Zetec SE-DOHC 4-cylinder engine by Terry Collins - page 140
Ford Duratec DOHC V6-cylinder engine by Terry Collins - page 140
Ford Capri II by Terry Collins - page 141
Ford Mustang engine Tree valve per cylinder by unknown artist - page 142
Ford GT40 MkI 1969 by Shin Yoshikawa - page 144
Ford GT40 MkI 1964 by unknown artist - page 146
Ford Zephir by James A. Allington - page 155
Ford Zodiac instrument panel by James A. Allington (Tony Matthews?) exploded view - page 155 (Not a cutaway)
Ford Zephir instrument panel by James A. Allington (Tony Matthews?) exploded view - page 155 (Not a cutaway)
Ford Model T 1908 by Inkwell Studios - page 156
Ford Thunderbird 1983 by unknow artist - page 156 (attributed to Ford Motor Corporation)
Ford Cortina 1966 by Terry Davey - page 157

Frazer
Frazer GT Group 6 1967 by Tom Killeen - page 78-115
Frazer Nash Shelsley by James A. Allington - page 94

G

Galmer
Galmer KN1 by Tony Matthews - page 16

GAZ
GAZ 69 AM by Giulio Betti - page 66

Gilbern
Gilbern Genie or Invader or GT by John Ferguson - page 83

Ginetta
Ginetta G18 FFord by Bill Bennett - page 77

Glas
Glas 1204 by unknown artist - page 150
Glas 1304 CL by unknown artist - page 150
Glas 1700 by unknown artist - page 150

GM
GM EV-1 1996 by David Kimble - page 68
GM Firebird III Concept Car by Clarence LaTourette - page 83
GM Precept 2000 Concept hibrid by David Kimble - page 123

Goggomobil
Goggomobil T300 cutaway by unknown artist - page 106
Goggomobil engine cutaway by ??? Defhsmoan??? - page 106

Goldenrod
Goldenrod record car by Clarence LaTourette - page 132

Gordini
Gordini T52 1955-1956 by Theo Page - page 139

Green Monster
Green Monster by unknown artist - page 132

Gurgel
Gurgel Xavante XTC 1974 by Walter Brito - page 107

H

Harvey Aluminum Special
Harvey Aluminum Special by Steve Swaja - page 43

Harrison
Harrison Special by Willian Moore - page 123

Hart
Hart 1500 Turbo F1 by John Way - page 140

Hesketh
Hesketh 308 by Tony Matthews - page 32-37(colour)

Hewland
Hewland LD200 by Andrew Kitson - page 01
Hewland LD200 by Andrew Kitson - page 06

Hillman
Hillman Hunter by John Ferguson - page 90
Hillman Saloon 1933 by John Palmer - page 103
Hillman Minx Chassis by D. Andrews - page 109
Hillman IMP by unknown artist - page 131
Hillman IMP engine and gearbox by Bennett - page 131

Hispano Suiza
Hispano Suiza 15 Alfonso XIII 1915 by Inkwell Studios - page 156
Hispano Suiza T68 1931 by Caarl Knowles - page 156

Honda
Honda Accord BTCC by Tony Matthews - page 04
Honda Vtec engine by Jeremy Banks - page 15
Honda RA302 by Akira Fujimoto - page 25
Honda RA271 1964 by James A. Allington - page 28
Honda S800 by Vic Berris - page 57
Honda S800 chassis by unknown artist - page 57
Honda R1300 by Makoto Ouchi - page 84
Honda R1300 Second Version by unknown artist - page 84
Honda RA302 engine by Makoto Ouchi - page 84
Honda RA302 by Ken - page 84
Honda RA301 by Akira Fujimoto - page 84
Honda RA301 by Vittorio Dal Basso - page 84
Honda NSX by Kevin Hulsey - page 87
Honda NSX by Takashi Jufuku - page 98-145

Hot Rods and Lakesters
CT Automotive DOHC Flathead engine by Clarence LaTourette - page 88
Agajanian Studebaker V8 DOHC engine by Clarence LaTourette - page 88
Fred Carrillo's Modified Roadster by Rex Burnett - page 88
Spalding Chevrolet Six by Rex Burnett - page 88
Competition Hot Rod by Rex Burnett - page 88
Hot Rod Roadster by Rex Burnett - page 88
Hot Rod Roadster by Jim Richards - page 88
Twin Tank Streamliner by Rex Burnett - page 144

Howmet
Howmet TX Turbine by William A. Moore - page 47

Humber
Humber Hawk by Poulton - page 89
Humber Hawk by R.E. Poulton - page 89-90

I

Ikantiki V15/F1 1957 by Anders Bonde - page 12

Ibec
Ibec P2 by Tony Matthews - page 27

Ilmor
Ilmor Mercedes 500E by Tony Matthews - page 04
Ilmor V10 F1 Engine by Tony Matthews - page 05-33-43-49
Ilmor Chevrolet 265C by Tony Matthews - page 09
Ilmor Chevrolet 265A by Tony Matthews - page 10-49-67-99-135
Ilmor Mercedes 265E/500I by Tony Matthews - page 56-136

Imperia
Imperia Coupe 1935 rear independent suspension by unknown artist - page 145 (Not a cutaway)

Innocenti
Innocenti Mini 1000 by Betti (Bruno or Giulio?) - page 120
Innocenti Regent 1973 by Giulio Betti - page 120

ISO
Iso Rivolta by G. Alloisi - page 71

Isotta Fraschini
Isotta Fraschini IM 1913 by Giulio Betti - page 105

Itala
Itala 1100 cc 12 cyl. 1926 by Brian Hatton - page 115 - "Prophet without Honour" Nr 11 article by Cyril Posthumus

J

Jabro
Jabro Mk III by Clarence LaTourette - page 45

Jaguar
Jaguar E Type Low Drag by Jean-Jacques François - page 30
Jaguar D Type by Tony Matthews - page 30-44-94-152
Jaguar XJR9LM by Stuart Spencer - page 36-145
Jaguar XJR9LM by unknown artist (Hideo Mizokawa?)- page 36-110 (Tamiya box cover)
Jaguar D Type by Theo Page - page 44
Jaguar XJ13 by Lawrence Watts - page 46-140
Jaguar XJ13 by John Hostler - page 46-47
Jaguar V12 engine by Vic Berris - page 47
Jaguar SS100 by Tony Matthews - page 59
Jaguar XJ6 by Theo Page - page 59
Jaguar E Type by Porter - page 72
Jaguar E2A by Vic Berris - page 72
Jaguar XJR8 by Stuart Spencer - page 74
Jaguar XJ120C by Robert Roux - page 81
Jaguar E Type Coupe by Clarence LaTourette - page 92
Jaguar Mark X by Clarence LaTourette - page 92
Jaguar XJ220 V12 Prototype by Spencer - page 96
Jaguar XJ220 by Spencer - page 96 (colour and B&W)
Jaguar E Type by Vic Berris - page 96
Jaguar SS 3.5L Saloon by Unknow artist - page 96
Jaguar Linx D Type by Eastwood - page 96
Jaguar Mark X 1961 by unknown artist - page 96
Jaguar XJ6 / Sovereign / XJ12 by unknown artist - page 96
Jaguar Type XK engine by S.E. Porter - page 96
Jaguar SS 1.5 Litre chassis (not a cutaway) by Frederick Gordon Crosby - page 96
Jaguar Mark VII and XK120 1952 (not a cutaway) by unknown artist - page 96
Jaguar XK 120 Engine (not a cutaway) by unknown artist - page 96
Jaguar XK 120 carbureters by unknown artist - page 96
Jaguar XK 120 Engine and Gearbox section (not a cutaway) by unknown artist - page 96
Jaguar V6 S-Type engine by unknown artist - page 96
Jaguar V8 S-Type engine by unknown artist - page 96
Jaguar Mark V 3.5 litre engine by unknown artist - page 96
Jaguar XJ5-3C by Dich Ellis - page 99
Jaguar C Type by Ian Cleaver - page 100
Jaguar E Type engine by S.E. Porter(?) - page 103
Jaguar 2 Litre Saloon 1934 by Forgeron - page 105
Jaguar 1.5 litre 1945 chassis by H C Lovell - page 109
Jaguar XK 150 by S.E. Porter - page 114
Jaguar XJS by Vic Berris - page 115
Jaguar E Type Series One 1961 by Brian Mayor - page 119
Jaguar XJ12C by S.E.Porter - page 138
Jaguar XJ6 (XJ40) by Stuart Spencer - page 138
Jaguar AJ6 engine family by Jaguar Technical Illustration Department - page 138
Jaguar AJ6 24-valve engine exploded view by Jaguar Technical Illustration Department - page 138
Jaguar XJR-6 by Lawrence Watts - page 140 (Link only)
Jaguar E Type Roadster by Terry Davey - page 156

Jeep
Jeep 1958 by G. Alloisi - page 66
Jeep by Max Millar - page 66
Jeep by Gen Sateh(?) - page 71

Jensen
Jensen Healey MkI by J. Attrill - page 113
Jensen FF (Ferguson Formula) rolling chassis by unknown artist - page 113
Jensen Straight Eight by unknown artist - page 113
Jensen 541 S Series Saloon 1960 by unknown artist - page 113
Jensen C-V8 by S. E. Porter - page 129

Jordan
Jordan Special 1957 by Clarence LaTourette - page 106-124-144
Jordan M192 by Giorgio Piola - page 114
Jordan M194 by Giorgio Piola - page 114
Jordan 198 By Paolo D' Alessio - page 131

Jowett
Jowett R4 by Theo Page - page 97
Jowett Javelin 1951 by John Ferguson - page 102

K

KKK
KKK Turbocharger by Andrew Kitson - page 01

Kharkov
Kharkov 6 Formula 1 by by unknown artist - page 87

Kieft
Kieft GP by Theo Page - page 50
Kieft CK51 F3 500 by Vic Berris - page 71-105

Killeen
Killeen K5 with Royal Enfield 700cc engine 1962 by unknown artist - page 110

Kojima
Kojima KE-007 by unknown artist - page 91
Kojima KE-007 by unknown artist - page 93(link only)
Kojima KE-009 by unknown artist - page 93(link only)

Kurtis
Kurtis-Novi 500F 1960 by Robert Thatcher - page 148

L

Lagonda
Lagonda V12 engine by Vic Berris - page 22
Lagonda 4 1/2 litre 12 cylinder manifolding and valve gear by unknown artist - page 147 (Motor magazine 1938)

Lamborghini
Lamborghini Miura P400 by Giulio Betti - page 53
Lamborghini Miura chassis by Vic Berris - page 53
Lamborghini Espada by Vic Berris - page 57
Lamborghini Espada chassis by unknown artist - page 57
Lamborghini Espada 1968 by Bruno Betti - page 58
Lamborghini Countach by Giulio Betti - page 115
Lamborghini Diablo by Sante Lusuardi - page 115
Lamborghini Diablo FS by Sante Lusuardi(?) - page 115
Lamborghini Urraco by Bruno Betti - page 116
Lamborghini Urraco engine by Bruno Betti - page 116
Lamborghini Murcielago by unknown artist (Giulio Betti?) - page 116
Lamborghini 3500 V12 F1 engine by Bruno Betti - page 116
Lamborghini Countach by unknown artist (Takashi Jufuku?) - page 117
Lamborghini Countach by unknown artist - page 117
Lamborghini Gallardo (cross-section) by unknown artist - page 117 (not a cutaway)
Lamborghini Gallardo (plan view) by unknown artist - page 117 (not a cutaway)
Lamborghini Miura 1967 by Keith Fretwell - page 118
Lamborghini Miura engine by Giovanni Cavara - page 118
Lamborghini Urraco P300 1975 by Matin Donovan - page 118
Lamborghini Diablo by David Kimble - page 149

Lancia
Lancia D50 by Tony Matthews - page 04-09-75
Lancia Montecarlo Gr5 by Bruno Betti - page 14-45
Lancia B20 by Brian Kinkaid - page 28
Lancia Delta S4 by unknown artist - page 43
Lancia Stratos by Shin Yoshikawa - page 43
Lancia 037 by Paolo D'Alessio - page 43-85
Lancia 037 by unknown artist - page 43
Lancia ECV by unknown artist - page 43
Lancia 037 by Bruno Betti - page 43
Lancia Stratos (Marlboro) by Bruno Betti - page 43
Lancia Stratos (B&W) by Bruno Betti - page 43
Lancia Stratos (Alitalia) by Bruno Betti - page 43
Lancia Stratos Gr4 1974 (Alitalia) by Jiro Yamada - page 43
Lancia Stratos Gr4 1974 (Pirelli) by Jiro Yamada - page 43
Lancia Fulvia HF by Bruno Betti - page 44
Lancia Stratos (Alitalia) by Bruno Betti - page 44
Lancia Ferrari D50 Longitudinal Section by Bruno Betti - page 56 (not a cutaway)
Lancia D24 by Bruno Betti - page 60
Lancia Delta HF 4WD Gruppe A by Bruno Betti - page 68
Lancia Ferrari D50 1956 by Paolo D'Alessio - page 104
Lancia Delta HF Integral 1988-1989 by Bruno Betti - page 106
Lancia LC1 by Giulio Betti - page 110
Lancia LC2 by Giulio Betti - page 110
Lancia Ferrari D50 by Bruno Betti - page 112
Lancia 037 by Giorgio Alisi - page 113
Lancia Stratos Rally (cross-section) by unknown artist - page 117 (not a cutaway)
Lancia Stratos (sketch) by unknown artist - page 117 (not a cutaway)
Lancia Delta S4 by unknown artist - page 117-154
Lancia Prisma by Bruno Betti - page 119-154
Lancia D24 chassis by unknown artist - page 122 (not a cutaway)
Lancia Beta Montecarlo by Franco Rosso - page 128
Lancia Beta Montecarlo by unknown artist - page 136 (Box art from the ESCI Crystal kit)
Lancia Ferrari D50 1956 by Bruno Betti - page 146 (B&W version)(Revival kit instruction sheet)
Lancia Aprilia 4 cylinder valvetrain by unknown artist - page 147 (Motor magazine 1938)
Lancia Delta S4 Martini 1985 by unknown artist - page 154
Lancia Delta HF Integrale 16v Martini Red - San Remo 1989 Rally by unknown artist (Betti?) - page 154
Lancia Delta HPE Turbo 16v by UTS Grafica Tecnica - page 154

Land Rover
Land Rover by Giulio Betti - page 66
Range Rover 1993 by Chris Baker - page 105

Lea-Francis
Lea-Francis 1930 by Max Millar - page 88

Leyland
Leyland L60 engine by Terry Collins - page 154

Lexus
Lexus LS 400 by Yoshihiro Inomoto - page 103

Ligier
Ligier JS11 by Jean-Jacques François - page 58
Ligier JS7 by Serge Bellu - page 61
Ligier JS11/15 by Jean-Jacques François - page 75
Ligier JS5 1976 by 'unknown' Bellu - page 104
Ligier JS11 by Paolo D'Alessio - page 148

Lister
Lister Jaguar 1958 by James A. Allington - page 18-130
Lister Jaguar 1958 by Robert Roux - page 121

Locomobile
Locomobile Old-16 1906 by Yoshihiro Inomoto - page 148

Lola
Lola T93-00 by Tony Matthews - page 05
Lola T8830 front suspension by Andrew Kitson - page 06
Lola T280 by Tony Matthews - page 07
Lola T332 F5000 by Tony Matthews - page 10
Lola T93-00 by Tony Matthews - page 16 (Road course and Super Speedway)
Lola T70 MkIII coupe by James A. Allington - page 18
Lola Mk IV 1962 by Gordon Bruce - page 28-142
Lola T286 Cosworth by Bruno Betti - page 36
Lola T94-00 by Tony Matthews - page 42 (Road course and Super Speedway)
Lola T90-00 Alfa Romeo by Bruno Betti - page 43
Lola T70 MkI by Brian Hatton - page 45
Lola T70 MkI by Clarence LaTourette - page 45
Lola T70 MkI by unknown artist - page 45
Lola T70 MkI by Theo Page - page 45
Lola T70 MkI by James A. Allington - page 45
Lola Mk6 by Vic Berris - page 47
Lola Mk6 by Theo Page - page 47
Lola T70 MkIII Coupe by James A. Allington - page 48
Lola T70 MkIII Coupe by Brian Hatton - page 51
Lola T93-00 by Tony Matthews - page 61 (blue paper)
Lola MkI by Brian Hatton - page 67
Lola MkII by Brian Hatton - page 67
Lola Mk4 1962 by James A. Allington - page 76
Lola Mk3 F Jr 1961 by James A. Allington - page 76
Lola Mk3 F Jr 1961 by Clarence LaTourette (?) Gordon Bruce (?) - page 76
Lola T91-00 by Tony Matthews - page 94
Lola T616 Mazda by unknown artist - page 95-99-104
Lola T90 by Brian Hatton - page 98
Lola T??-00 by Tony Matthews - page 61 (blue paper - not a cutaway)
Lola T140 by Brian Hatton - page 135 (Detail drawings - Not a cutaway)
Lola Mk4 1962 by Dick Ellis - page 136

Lormar
Lormar by Hodge - page 90

Lotus
Lotus 95T by Tony Matthews - page 04-11s
Lotus 102 by Tony Matthews - page 07
Lotus Seven Mk4 by Tony Matthews - page 18-65-87
Lotus 79 By Tony Matthews - page 22
Lotus 56 Turbine by Jim Barber - page 25
Lotus 77 by Tony Matthews - page 35
Lotus 80 by unknown artist - page 39
Lotus 72 by Demand - page 39
Lotus 72 by Giulio Betti - page 40
Lotus 72 by Tony Matthews - page 40
Lotus 78 by Tony Matthews - page 40
Lotus 24 by Gordon Bruce - page 40
Lotus 78 by Bruno Betti - page 40
Lotus Omega by Bruno Betti - page 40
Lotus 97T by Mick Hill - page 41
Lotus 49 by James A. allington - page 41-48
Lotus 79 by Tony Matthews (rear) - page 41
Lotus 79 by Bruno Betti - page 41
Lotus 63 by Bruno Betti - page 41-98-118
Lotus 72 drawings (not a cutaway) by Werner Buhrer - page 52
Lotus 49B by Bruno Betti - page 53
Lotus 72 by Giorgio Piola - page 54-87
Lotus Eprit SE by Andrew Dibben - page 56
Lotus 25 by Serge Bellu - page 57
Lotus 56 Turbine by Theo Page - page 59
Lotus Elite Plus II by Brian Hatton - page 59
Lotus Esprit by Tony Divey - page 61
Lotus Elite by Tony Divey - page 61
Lotus 79 by Vic Berris - page 63
Lotus 23 by Jean-Jacques François - page 64-102
Lotus 63 by Brian Hatton - page 64
Lotus 63 by Andrew Brown "London Art Tech" - page 64
Lotus 63 by Bruno Betti - page 64-140
Lotus 49 drawings (not a cutaway) by Werner Buhrer - page 65
Lotus 9 by unknown artist - page 65
Lotus 17 by James A. Allington - page 65
Lotus 19 by James A. Allington - page 65
Lotus 23 by James A. Allington - page 65-76
Lotus 16 by Theo Page - page 65
Lotus 49 by Brian Hatton - page 65
Lotus 49 by Theo Page - page 65-83(only link)
Lotus 49 by unknown artist - page 65
Lotus 81 Essex by Tony Matthews - page 67
Lotus Elise 111S by Jiro Yamada - page 68
Lotus Elan S3 '1965 by Jiro Yamada - page 68-138
Lotus Europa S1 '1967 by Jiro Yamada - page 68-138
Lotus 79 by Tony Matthews (unfinnished) - page 70
Lotus 79 by Brian Hatton - page 71
Lotus Elite 1974 by Brian Hatton - page 74
Lotus Cortina DOHC 4 1963 engine by James A. Allington - page 77-126
Lotus 22 F Jr 1962 by James A. Allington - page 77
Lotus 18 1960 by Dick Ellis - page 77
Lotus 18 1960 by G. Gedo - page 77
Lotus 87 JPS by Tony Matthews - page 77
Lotus 41 F3 by Bill Bennett - page 78
Lotus 25 Climax by James A. allington - page 78-79
Lotus 30 by James A. allington - page 78
Lotus 33 by James A. allington - page 79-101
Lotus 29 Ford by James A. allington - page 79
Lotus 25 Climax by Collins - page 79
Lotus 33 by Bruno Betti - page 79
Lotus 29 Ford by Brian Hatton - page 80
Lotus 29 Ford by unknown artist - page 80
Lotus 29 Ford by Gordon Bruce - page 80
Lotus 70 F5000 by Bill Bennett - page 81
Lotus 20 Formula Junior by James A. allington - page 84
Lotus Elite by R. H. Rodge - page 86
Lotus Elite by James A. allington - page 87
Lotus 72 by Bill Bennett - page 87-139
Lotus 72 by Brian Hatton - page 88-88(only link)
Lotus Elan S3 by James A. allington - page 92
Lotus F1 1959 by Clarence LaTourette - page 101
Lotus 56 Turbine by John Hostler - page 102
Lotus 49 by unknown artist - page 102
Lotus 43 BRM by Bennett - page 105
Lotus Esprit Turbo by Andrew Dibben - page 106 (colour version)
Lotus Esprit Turbo by Andrew Dibben - page 106 (B&W version)
Lotus Super Seven by Brian Sapsford - page 108
Lotus 11 by Theo page - page 109-142
Lotus Cortina 1963 by John A Marsden - page 109
Lotus Elan 1500 Backbone Rolling Chassis by unknown artist - page 109 (Factory Illustration)
Lotus 80 by Giorgio Piola - page 117
Lotus 25 by John Marsden - page 123
Lotus Elise MkI by unknown artist - page 129
Lotus Elan by Gordon Bruce - page 132
Lotus 79 by unknown artist - page 134
Lotus 79 by Paolo D'Alessio - page 134 (side view and cutaway)
Lotus 78 by Paolo D'Alessio - page 134 (side view - Not a cutaway)
Lotus Seven S4 by Tony Divey - page 136
Lotus 910 Turbo engine by unknown artist - page 138
Lotus Esprit X180 gearbox (Renault UN1 16 transmission) by unknown artist - page 138
Lotus Turbo Garrett T3 Turbo Section by unknown artist - page 138
Lotus Turbo Garrett AiResearch T3 Turbocharger by unknown artist - page 138
Lotus 38 by unknown artist (Ford publicity material) - page 139
Lotus 33 1963 rear suspension by unknown artist - page 139 (Not a cutaway)
Lotus 11 Le Mans by unknown artist - page 142 (four views - Not a cutaway)
Lotus 23 Pushrod engined by Shin Yoshikawa - page 144

Edited by ibsenop, 02 October 2010 - 12:12.


#5986 ibsenop

ibsenop
  • Member

  • 813 posts
  • Joined: February 07

Posted 07 September 2010 - 11:24

TNF Cutaway drawing and its artists Index page 01 to page 157 - up to post #6257 - part B

M

Maki
Maki F-101 by Takashi Jufuku - page 25

March
March Porsche 90P by Tony Matthews - page 18
March 711 by Bennett "Anglia Art" - page 20
March 711 by by Tony Matthews - page 20
March 735 BMW by by Tony Matthews - page 27
March Porsche 89P by Tony Matthews - page 29
March 85C by Tony Matthews - page 29
March 707 by Bennett "Anglia Art" - page 29
March 84C by Tony Matthews - page 51
March 721 drawings (not a cutaway) by Werner Buhrer - page 52
March 85G Buick by Tony Matthews - page 56
March 88C by Tony Matthews - page 60
March 792 by Tony Matthews - page 62
March 89CE by Bruno Betti - page 63
March 901 by Brian Hatton - page 67
March 701 by Herbert Müdsam - page 72
March 711 by Herbert Müdsam - page 94
March 701 by London Art Tech - page 110
March 86C by Tony Matthews - page 125
March 86B by Jean-Jacques François (?) - page 125

Marcos
Marcos Mantis by Brian Hatton - page 83
Marcos 1800 1965 by Inkwell Studios - page 156

Marinho
Marinho F1 1977 by unknown artist - page 136

Martini
Martini MK16 BMW F2 by Tony Matthews - page 27

Maserati
Maserati 250F by Tony Matthews - page 05-38
Maserati 8CTF by Tom Johnson - page 05
Maserati Tipo 61 Birdcage by James A. Allington - page 18-76-87
Maserati Tipo 61 Birdcage by Makoto Ouchi - page 51
Maserati A6GCM 1953 by unknown artist - page 52 (?) Cavara (?)
Maserati 4CL 1939 by Giovanni Cavara - page 52
Maserati 250F by Giovanni Cavara - page 52
Maserati Mistral by Bruno Betti - page 53
Maserati Ghibli by Bruno Betti - page 58
Maserati Bora by Bruno Betti - page 64
Maserati 8CM 3000 1933 by unknown artist - page 66 (?) (?)
Maserati Tipo 64 Birdcage by Giovanni Cavara - page 87
Maserati Tipo 61 Birdcage (colour) by James A. Allington - page 89
Maserati Tipo 61 Birdcage by Antonio Eiras - page 97
Maserati 300S by Clarence LaTourette - page 105
Maserati A6G-1500 by Clarence LaTourette - page 105
Maserati Tipo 61 Birdcage by Clarence LaTourette - page 105
Maserati 250F V12 by Clarence LaTourette - page 105
Maserati 425 Biturbo 1986 by unknown artist (Factory illustration) - page 116
Maserati Ghibli 1995 V6-4AC-24V 2800cc engine by unknown artist - page 116
Maserati Quattroporte by unknown artist - page 116
Maserati 450 S 1957 by unknown artist - page 130
Maserati 250F 1957 engine by Giovanni Cavara - page 133
Maserati 1.5 litre V16 90 degrees vee angle by unknown artist - page 137 (cross section - Not a cutaway)
Maserati 3200 GT by Shin Yoshikawa - page 144
Maserati Tipo 61 Birdcage by Shin Yoshikawa - page 144
Maserati A6GS by Vic Berris - page 155

Matra
Matra 660 by robert Roux - page 22
Matra MS12 V12 engine by Robert Roux - page 22
Matra MS9 V12 engine by Robert Roux - page 22
Matra MS11 by Robert Roux - page 22
Matra MS84 by Robert Roux - page 30-64
Matra MS80 by Serge Bellu - page 45
Matra MS120C drawings (not a cutaway) by Werner Buhrer - page 52
Matra MS80 by Robert Roux - page 60-119
Matra MS84 by Brian Hatton - page 64
Matra MS84 by Andrew Brown "London Art Tech" - page 64
Matra MS84 running gear highlight by Robert Roux - page 64
Matra MS10 by Robert Roux - page 75
Matra 650 by Robert Roux - page 75
Matra 630 by Robert Roux - page 81
Matra MS5 by Robert Roux - page 99
Matra 670C by Giorgio Piola - page 100
Matra 680 by Robert Roux - page 109
Matra M530 LX by Robert Roux - page 109
Matra MS120 by Robert Roux - page 109
Matra MS120B by Robert Roux - page 109
Matra MS120D by Robert Roux - page 109
Matra M620 by Robert Roux - page 109
Matra MS7 by Robert Roux - page 109
Matra 670B by Robert Roux - page 121
Matra Bonnet Sport Djet by Robert Roux - page 141-142
Matra Bonnet Sport Djet chassis by unknown artist - page 141

Maurer
Maurer MM82 BMW by Bruno Betti - page 111

Maybach
Maybach Zeppelin DS8 1931 by Giulio Betti - page 107

Mazda
Mazda RX7 by Yoshihiro Inomoto - page 69-129
Mazda 787B by Hideo Mizokawa - page 75 (Tamiya Box Art)
Mazda RX7 by Vic Berris - page 90
Mazda RX7 by unknown artist (Factory Illustration) - page 119
Mazda Cosmos tree rotor Wankel engine 20B-REW 3a by unknown artist - page 142
Mazda Familia 323 by Takeshi Hosokawa - page 147
Mazda RX7 by Takeshi Hosokawa - page 147

Mclaren
Mclaren M19 by Tony Matthews - page 17-87
Mclaren M26 by Tony Matthews - page 17
Mclaren M26 by Technical Art - page 17
Mclaren M23 by Tony Matthews - page 18-149
Mclaren M19 by Giorgio Piola - page 25-87
Mclaren M19 by Michael Badrocke - page 25
Mclaren M8A by Brian Hatton - page 27
Mclaren M8A by unknown artist - page 27
Mclaren MP4-7 by unknown artist - page 28
Mclaren M9A by Brian Hatton - page 30
Mclaren MP4-5 by Yoshihiro Inomoto - page 34
Mclaren MP4-5B by Hideo Mizokawa - page 34
Mclaren M16 by Tom Fornander - page 35-38-139
Mclaren M23 by John Hostler - page 37
Mclaren M23 by Bruno Betti - page 37
Mclaren M23 drawings by Werner Buhrer - page 37
Mclaren M23 by Bruno Betti - page 41 (B&W)
McLaren MP4-2 by Technical Art - page 44
McLaren MP4-2 by Jean-Jacques François - page 44
Mclaren MP4-5B by Bruno Betti - page 51-58
Mclaren MP4-5B by Hideo Mizokawa - page 57
Mclaren MP4-2B by unknown artist - page 58 (?) Jean-Jacques François (?)
Mclaren MP4-2 by Technical Art - page 58
Mclaren MP4 by Jean-Jacques François - page 58
McLaren M9A by Brian Hatton - page 64
Mclaren M26 by Tony Matthews - page 81
Mclaren MP4-5B by Sergio Baratto - page 97
Mclaren M8B by unknown artist - page 102
Mclaren M8A by Andrew Brown (London Art LTD) - page 104
Mclaren MP4-2 by Walter Brito - page 107
Mclaren MP4-14 by Joca7483 - page 115
Mclaren M28 by Giorgio Piola - page 117
Mclaren M29 by Giorgio Piola - page 117
Mclaren MP4-4 chassis by Giorgio Piola - page 117
Mclaren F1 second prototype - 'Edward' based on Ultima Mk3 by Mark Roberts - page 122
McLaren MP4-12 Mercedes by Paolo D'Alessio - page 128
McLaren MP4-13 Mercedes by Paolo D'Alessio - page 134
Mclaren M7A by Gordon Bruce - page 135
Mclaren M19C by Bill Bennett - page 135

McRae
McRae GM1 by Tony Matthews - page 08

Melkus
Melkus-Wartburg RS 1000 by unknown artist - page 115

Mercedes Benz
Mercedes Benz W196 1954 by Sigfried Werner - page 37-52
Mercedes Benz W196 1954 by Tony Matthews - page 38-59
Mercedes Benz W165 by Brian Hatton - page 42
Mercedes Benz W194 300 SL 1952 by Sigfried Werner - page 50
Mercedes Benz W165 by Serge Bellu - page 55
Mercedes Benz W196 1954 (rear view) by Sigfried Werner - page 52-60-93
Mercedes Benz FO110E V10 engine by Michael Stirms - page 54
Mercedes Benz 300 SLR chassis by Max Millar - page 60
Mercedes Benz 300 SL engine by Vic Berris - page 60
Mercedes Benz G-Model by unknown artist - page 66
Mercedes Benz 300 SL by unknown artist (Betti?) - page 79
Mercedes Benz 300 SL by Keith Fretwell - page 88
Mercedes Benz 300 SL 1952 (W194) by Antonio Eiras - page 95
Mercedes Benz G-Modell by unknown artist - page 96
Mercedes Benz CW311 by unknown artist - page 97
Mercedes Benz W100 600 by unknown artist - page 99
Mercedes Benz 600 engine by unknown artist - page 99
Mercedes Benz 300 SL by unknown artist (Stan Barrett?) - page 99
Mercedes Benz GP 1914 ACF by Leslie Cresswell - page 104
Mercedes Benz W154 1939 by R.E.Poulton - page 104
Mercedes Benz W154 by G. Gedo - page 105-107
Mercedes Benz W165 by unknown artist - page 105
Mercedes Benz W25 by unknown artist - page 105
Mercedes Benz W125 by unknown artist - page 105
Mercedes Benz 300 SL by JuanSR - page 114
Mercedes Benz 300 SL by theglenster - page 118 (only link)
Mercedes-Benz W25B Independent front suspension section by unknown artist - page 131 (not a cutaway)
Mercedes Benz SLS AMG Gullwing 2010 by unknown artist - page 133 (Factory Illustration)
Mercedes Benz SLS AMG Gullwing 2010 electric by unknown artist - page 133 (Factory Illustration)
Mercedes Benz SLS AMG Gullwing 2010 drive system by unknown artist - page 133 (Factory Illustration)
Mercedes Benz CLK-GTR by Bruno Betti - page 136-154
Mercedes Benz C-111 by Theo Page - page 138 (with annotations)
Mercedes Benz C-111 by Theo Page - page 138
Mercedes Benz C-111 Wankel engine cross section by unknown artist - page 138 (Not a cutaway)
Mercedes-Benz W196 Grand Prix by Shin Yoshikawa - page 144
Mercedes Benz W163 1939 by GI. TO. (?) - page 146
Mercedes Benz 540K by Giulio Betti - page 149
Mercedes Benz 380 SL by unknown artist (Shlenzig?) - page 153
Mercedes Benz 280 coupe 1972 by Terry Davey - page 155

Messerschmitt
Messerschmitt KR200 by Sigfried Werner - page 122 (longitudinal section and front view)

Merlyn
Merlyn 1100 Sport by Gordon Bruce - page 81

MG
MGB GT by James A. Allington - page 18
MGB Roadster by James A. Allington - page 18
MGTF by James A. Allington - page 18
MGB V8 by Dick Ellis - page 50
MG TC by James A. Allington - page 82
MGA Twin Cam by Clarence LaTourette - page 88
MG R2 by Clarence LaTourette - page 88
MG TD by Max Millar - page 90(only link)-98
MG Q-Type 1934 by D.Attwood (Aubois) - page 104
MGB by Robert Roux - page 109
MG Midjet by Robert Roux - page 109
MG EX-179 Record Car by Clarence LaTourette - page 112
MG EX-135 Record Car by unknown artist - page 112
MG EX-135 Record Car by unknown artist - page 112
MG EX-181 Record Car by unknown artist - page 112 (plan and side view)
MG EX-181 Record Car engine by Lyndon Jones - page 112
MG EX-181 Record Car cylinder head cross section by unknown artist - page 112 (not a cutaway)
MG EX-179 Record Car by Theo Page - page 112 (only Link)
MG EX-135 Record Car by Max Millar - page 112
MG EX-E by unknown artist (In-house Illustration) - page 119
MGB GT V8 by Lawrence Watts - page 136
MG R Type chassis by Max Millar - page 136
MG R Type chassis by unknown artist - page 136
MG K3 Magnette by Fujine Yano - page 148

Mickey Thompson Special
Mickey Thompson 'Rebored' Buick Special V8 by unknown artist - page 139

Miller
Miller powered Lakester by unknown artist - page 84

Minardi
Minardi M189 by Sergio Baratto - page 85
Minardi M189 by Giorgio Piola - page 114
Minardi M194 by Giorgio Piola - page 114

Mini
Mini Cooper Twini Mini Prototype 1963 by unknown artist - page 68-116-142
Mini Cooper by Giorgio Alisi - page 71
Mini by Theo Page - page 101
Mini Cooper by Theo Page - page 101
Mini 1959 by Dick Ellis - page 142
Mini gearbox by Max Milar - page 145
Mini rear suspension by Max Milar - page 145

Mini-Motor
Mini-Motor 600cc 1939 by S. E. Porter - page 143

Mirage
Mirage M6 1973 by Tony Matthews - page 28

Mister Pages Special 500
Mister Pages Special 500 with 4 HP Renault engine 1951 by Robert Roux - page 124

Mitsubishi
Mitsubishi Lancer WRC 2004 by E.T.A.I - page 155
Mitsubishi Pajero Evolution MPR14 by E.T.A.I - page 155
Mitsubishi Racing Lancer 2009 Dakar by E.T.A.I - page 155

Monaco-Trossi
Monaco-Trossi GP 1935 by Brian Hatton - page 113 - "The non-Conformists" Nr 1 article by Cyril Posthumus

Morgan
Morgan Super Aero 3 wheeler by Roger Farrington - page 118
Morgan Plus 8 1984 by Paul Shakespeare - page 156

Morris
Morris Minor Chassis by Frederick Gordon-Crosby - page 88
Morris 8 by Max Millar - page 89
Morris Isis by Lofthouse - page 89
Morris Isis by Max Millar - page 89
Morris Minor 1948 by Max Millar - page 145
Morris Minor front suspension by unknown artist - page 145

N

Napier
Napier 47hp 7.8 litre 1903 by unknown artist - page 126

Nardi
Nardi 750LM Crosley Le Mans 1955 by (?)Robert Roux(?) - page 114

Nissan
Nissan R89C by Tony Matthews - page 04
Nissan GTI by Tony Matthews - page 07
Nissan R89C by Hideo Mizokawa - page 35
Nissan R382 by Inomoto - page 48
Nissan R382 by Makoto Ouchi - page 48
Nissan ZX Turbo by Jim Hatch - page 55
Nissan GTI by by Tony Matthews - page 61
Nissan 300Z by David Kimble(?) or Kevin Hulsey(?) - page 91
Nissan 300Z drivetrain by unknown artist - page 91
Nissan VG30DETT engine by unknown artist - page 96
Nissan ZX Turbo by Jim Hatch - page 110 (working drawing)
Nissan 300ZX by Yoshihiro Inomoto (?) - page 126
Nissan 300ZX by Shin Yoshikawa - page 126
Nissan 300ZX Twin Turbo engine by unknown artist - page 126 (Nissan Factory Illustration?)
Nissan 300ZX views (not a cutaway) - page 126
Nissan Skyline 2000GT-R S-20 engine by H.Kobayashi - page 128
Nissan P-35 by unknown artist - page 135 (Cad wireframe drawings)
Nissan Auster GT by Hideo Hatsugai - page 147
Nissan 300 ZX by unknown artist (Hideo Atsugai ?) - page 147
Nissan Skyline GTR JGTC by Takashi Jufuku - page 154

Novi
Novi Ferguson P104 1964 by James A. Allington - page 45
Novi Ferguson P104 1964 by Vic Berris - page 45
Novi 1960 (Kurtis-Novi 500F) by Robert Thatcher - page 148
Novi Ferguson P104 1964 by Theo Page - page 149

NSU
NSU Prinz 4 1967 by Schlenzig - page 95
NSU 1200C 1971 by Schlenzig - page 95
NSU Wankel by Schlenzig - page 141
NSU RO 80 by unknown artist - page 141
NSU Wankel (RO 80) by unknown artist - page 141
NSU Prinz 1000 by Schlenzig - page 150
NSU Wankel Spider by Schlenzig - page 150
NSU Prinz II by Schlenzig - page 150
NSU RO 80 1968 by unknown artist - page 156

O

Offenhauser
Offenhauser 270 by Clarence LaTourette - page 88

Oldsmobile
Oldsmobile V8 Turbo engine by Ted Fornander - page 86
Oldsmobile Aurora V8 IRL engine by Tom Quilan - page 98

Opel
Opel Kadett GTE by Bruno Betti - page 44
Opel Kadett GTE by Technical Art - page 44
Opel Ascona 400 Gr4 by Technical Art - page 44-58
Opel Ascona 400 Gr4 by Franco Rosso - page 44
Opel Kadett A by Bruno Betti - page 56
Opel GT by Giulio Betti - page 69
Opel Kadett 4x4 by Giulio(?) or Bruno(?) Betti - page 71
Opel Manta 400 1982 by Jim Bamber - page 80-86
Opel Manta 1970 by Vic Berris - page 109
Opel Kadett 1973 by Bruno Betti - page 110
Opel Kadett Rallye 4X4 1986 by unknown artist (Factory illustration) - page 118
Opel Manta by unknown artist (Factory illustration) - page 118
Opel Monza by unknown artist (Factory illustration) - page 118
Opel Kadett 1976 by unknown artist (Factory illustration) - page 118
Opel Manta 1976 by unknown artist (Factory illustration) - page 118
Opel GT by unknown artist (Factory illustration) - page 118
Opel Commodore 1973 by unknown artist (Factory illustration) - page 118
Opel Kadett by unknown artist (Factory illustration) - page 118
Opel Rekord by unknown artist (Factory illustration) - page 118
Opel Manta by unknown artist (Factory illustration) - page 118
Opel Kapitan 1951 by unknown artist (Factory illustration) - page 118 (cross-section)
Opel Kapitan 1959-63 Hydramatic Transmisson by unknown artist (Factory illustration) - page 118
Opel Automatic Transmission by unknown artist (Factory illustration) - page 118
Opel Ascona 1970 by Bruno Betti - page 118
Opel Formula by unknown artist - page 127
Opel Formula by Bruno Betti - page 127
Opel Ecotec 12QH6 engine by Studio Parsons - page 133
Opel Astra 2010 by Giulio Betti - page 133

Osca
Osca 1500 Sport 1958 by Giovanni Cavara - page 47

P

Packard
Packard by James A. Allington - page 18
Packard "Gray Wolf" 1903 by Brian Hatton - page 114 - "The non-Conformists" Nr 10 article by Cyril Posthumus

Pagani
Pagani Zonda by Giulio Betti - page 93

Panhard
Panhard Dyna Z 1954 -by unknown artist - page 102

Panhard-Levassor
Panhard-Levassor 1894 by C Baker and R J Way - page 141

Panther
Panther 6 by Lawrence Watts - page 90-142-152

Parnelli
Parnelli VPJ2 by Design Maru(?) - page 38

Penske
Penske PC26 road course kit parts by Tony Matthews - page 04
Penske PC25 by Tony Matthews - page 04
Penske PC26 by Tony Matthews - page 05
Penske PC11 by Tony Matthews - page 13
Penske PC17 by Tony Matthews - page 15-16
Penske PC18 by Tony Matthews - page 16-29
Penske PC23 Ilmor by Tony Matthews - page 28
Penske PC23 Mercedes by Tony Matthews - page 28
Penske PC16 by Tony Matthews - page 30
Penske PC9B by Tony Matthews - page 33
Penske PC6B by Tony Matthews - page 33-77
Penske PC9 by Tony Matthews - page 33-77
Penske PC22 by Tony Matthews - page 43
Penske shock absorber by Tony Matthews - page 53
Penske PC20 by Tony Matthews - page 108 (not a cutaway - only side view)

Peugeot
Peugeot 205 Turbo by E.T.A.I. France - page 83
Peugeot 203 1950 by unknown artist - page 107
Peugeot 405 T16GR Paris Dakar by E.T.A.I France - page 126
Peugeot 908 HDi FAP by Pan-Nullo - page 129
Peugeot 206 WRC by E.T.A.I. France - page 147
Peugeot 404 by unknown artist - page 153
Peugeot 203 by unknown artist - page 153

Pinifarina
Pinifarina Sigma Grand Prix 1969 by Theo Page - page 87

Plymouth
Plymouth Barracuda Funny Car 1971 "Damn Yankee" by Tom West - page 144

Pontiac
Pontiac Firebird Funny Car 1968 "Tyree Headers" by Tom West - page 75
Pontiac Firebird Alcohol Funny Car 1970 "Royal Automotive" by Tom West - page 111
Pontiac Firebird Pro Stock 1980 "M&M Boys" by Tom West - page 142

Porsche
Porsche 917K by Stefan Marjoram - page 02
Porsche 917-10 by Tony Matthews - page 10
Porsche 911 by James A. Allington - page 18
Porsche 907 by James A. Allington - page 18-76
Porsche 917K by Michael Badrocke - page 26
Porsche 804 by James A. Allington - page 28-52
Porsche 917K Martini 1971 by unknown artist - page 31
Porsche 917-20 Pink Pig by Bruno Betti - page 31
Porsche 911 1963 by unknown artist - page 37
Porsche 935 by Bruno Betti - page 46
Porsche 914 1971 by Vic Berris - page 47
Porsche 906 by Inomoto - page 48
Porsche 917 engine by Vic Berris - page 48-61 (B&W)
Porsche 935 Turbo Martini by Bruno Betti - page 54
Porsche 924 Turbo 1981-1982 Le Mans by Bruno Betti - page 54
Porsche 956 by Bruno Betti - page 54
Porsche 908-3 1970 Targa Florio by Giorgio Alisi - page 57
Porsche 959 by David Kimble - page 57
Porsche 917 engine by Vic Berris - page 61 (colour)
Porsche 917-30 Sunoco (left side) by Bruno Betti - page 62
Porsche 917-30 Sunoco (right side) by Bruno Betti - page 62
Porsche 917-10 (four views - blueprints) - page 65
Porsche Boxter by unknown artist - page 69
Porsche 911 engine by unknown artist - page 81
Porsche Turbo engine 2007 by unknown artist - page 81
Porsche 911 Turbo by unknown artist - page 85
Porsche 904 by Theo Page - page 97-104
Porsche 906 by Madmad64 - page 102
Porsche 924S 1985 by unknown artist - page 103
Porsche 911 1986 by unknown artist - page 103
Porsche 365 1963 cross section by unknown artist - page 103-104 (not a cutaway)
Porsche 911 1965 cross section and details by unknown artist - page 104 (not a cutaway)
Porsche 924 1978 by unknown artist - page 104
Porsche 908-2 by Vittorio Dal Basso - page 104
Porsche 914 by Siegfried Werner - page 105
Porsche 911S 1970 by Jiro Yamada - page 106
Porsche 962 by Russell Von Sauers - page 106
Porsche 718 Spyder by Clarence LaTourette - page 111
Porsche 718 Formula 2 by Clarence LaTourette - page 111
Porsche 718 RS61 by Clarence LaTourette - page 111
Porsche 911 T by Bruno Betti - page 113
Porsche 917K by Andrew Brown (London Art Tech) - page 114
Porsche 911 GT3 by unknown artist - page 116
Porsche 917K by Bill Bennett "Anglia Art" - page 119
Porsche 928 S 1986 by Technical Art - page 119
Porsche 928 S 1983 by Technical Art - page 119
Porsche 928 1979 by Technical Art - page 119
Porsche 993 Turbo 4 4WD by unknown artist - page 121
Porsche 911 Carrera 2.7 Litres 1974 by Siegfried Werner - page 121
Porsche 935/78 Moby Dick by Shin Yoshikawa - page 121-144
Porsche 924 1976 by Technical Art - page 121
Porsche 944 1982 by Technical Art - page 121
Porsche 944 1985 by Technical Art - page 122
Porsche 928S4GT 1989 by Technical Art - page 122
Porsche 911 Carrera 4 1990 by Technical Art - page 122
Porsche 968 VarioCam 1992 by Technical Art - page 123
Porsche 993 Carrera 2 by Technical Art - page 123
Porsche 804 by John Marsden - page 123
Porsche 911 Carrera 2 3600 1991 by Technical Art - page 126
Porsche 911 Turbo 3.3 Coupe US Version 1988 by Technical Art - page 129
Porsche Carrera 3.2 1985 by Technical Art - page 130
Porsche 996 Cabriolet 2000 by Technical Art - page 130
Porsche 996 3.4 Carrera 2 by Technical Art - page 130
Porsche 911 GT1 by Giulio Betti - page 136
Porsche 956 1983 Le Mans Winner by unknown artist (Hideo Mizokawa?)- page 136 (Tamiya box cover)
Porsche Carrera 3.4 cabriolet 'Side-impact system' 2001 by Technical Art - page 137
Porsche Carrera 3.4 cabriolet 'Rollover system' 2001 by Technical Art - page 137
Porsche 3.4 Carrera engine 2001 by Technical Art - page 137
Porsche 911 GT2 2008 by Technical Art - page 137
Porsche Boxter 2.5 1997 by Technical Art - page 137
Porsche Interscope Indy car 1980 by Douglas Quinn - page 141
Porsche 917K by Shin Yoshikawa - page 144
Porsche 956 by Yoshhiro Inomoto - page 148
Porsche 997 GT3 RS 3.8 by Technical Art - page 154
Porsche 356 C 1965 by Thurston Grose - page 156
Porsche 911 (930) Carrera 3.2 1984 by Technical Art - page 156

Puma
Puma GTS 1975 by Walter Brito - page 108

R

Railton
Railton-Mobil-Special by unknown artist - page 127

Ralt
Ralt gearbox detail by Tony Matthews - page 47

Reliant
Reliant Rebel by ED. Pepall - page 123
Reliant Robin Regal by S.E. Porter - page 126
Reliant 'Commercial Chassis' with Austin 747cc Side Valve engine by Reliant Engineering - page 131
Reliant Engineering Regal Chassis by unknown artist - page 133

Renault
Renault V6 1500 Turbo F1 engine by E.T.A.I France - page 30
Renault RE30 by Jean-Jacques François - page 32-148
Renault R4 by unknown artist - page 47
Renault RS26 by unknown artist - page 52-148 (four see through views)
Renault RS01 by Patrick Grace - page 60
Renault RS01 by unknown artist - page 60
Renault RS01 by unknown artist - page 61
Renault RE25 by Serge Bellu - page 72
Renault RE30B by E.T.A.I France - page 72 (colour)
Renault RE30B by E.T.A.I France - page 72 (B&W)
Renault Alpine A441 by unknown artist (E.T.A.I France ?) - page 72
Renault Alpine A442 by E.T.A.I France - page 72 (colour)
Renault Alpine A442 by E.T.A.I France - page 72 (B&W)
Renault Alpine A442 by unknown artist (E.T.A.I France ?) - page 72
Renault RE30 by Paolo D'Alessio - page 72
Renault RE20 by unknown artist (Tamiya Box Art) - page 74-148
Renault R5 Turbo by unknown artist - page 85
Renault Turbine "Shooting Star" by unknown artist - page 87
Renault 6 by Mike Badrocke - page 90
Renault 4CV by unknown artist - page 105
Renault Dauphine by Nivelet - page 107
Formula Renault 2000 by unknown artist - page 115
Renault Alpine A442 1978 by E.T.A.I France - page 119 (colour)
Renault RE60 by Giorgio Piola - page 125
Renault RS10 by E.T.A.I France - page 127
Renault RS01 by Paolo D'Alessio - page 130
Renault RS10 by Paolo D'Alessio - page 130
Renault Sport Spider by unknown artist - page 132
Renault F1 Damper Set Up by Giorgio Piola - page 133
Renault Alpine A440 by unknown artist (E.T.A.I France ?) - page 140
Renault Wing coupe by unknown artist - page 141 (Factory Illustration)
Renault 12 by unknown artist - page 141
Renualt RE30B by Bruno Betti - page 148
renault R8 Gordini by Editechnic (?) - page 151
Renault 6 1970 by Terry Davey - page 156
Renault 10 by Terry Davey - page 156
Renault 16 by Terry Davey - page 156

Reo
Reo Doodlebug 1932 by Steve Amos - page 95 (only link)

Reynard
Reynard R97 by Tony Matthews - page 05-51
Reynard 961 by Tony Matthews - page 108 (full cutaway, cutaway detail and working drawing detail)
Reynard 94D by Jean-Jacques François - page 112 (only link)

Riley
Riley Nine engine by Max Millar - page 111

Rolls-Royce
Rolls-Royce Phantom 16 V16 Quad Turbo engine by Tony Matthews - page 15
Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost engine by Max Millar - page 103 (link only)
Rolls-Royce Phantom VI State Landaulette by Warwickshire Illustrations - page 109
Rolls-Royce MY-1410I Engine 1986 by Warwickshire Illustrations - page 111
Rolls-Royce Engine by unknown artist - page 111
Rolls-Royce Blue Bird Campbell/Railton 1935 by unknown artist - page 112
Rolls-Royce Vanden Plas Princess 4 Litre R engine by unknown artist - page 120 (illustration - not a cutaway)
Rolls-Royce Vanden Plas Princess 4 Litre R engine by unknown artist - page 120 (cross-section - not a cutaway)
Rolls-Royce Phantom I Hooper 1926 by Giulio Betti - page 122
Rolls-Royce Phantom II 1930 by Giulio Betti - page 122
Rolls-Royce Phantom II 1930 by Yoshihiro Inomoto - page 130-148
Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost by to Jeremy Gower - page 144
Rolls-Royce Phantom III by to Inkwell Studio - page 144
Rolls Royce Silver Ghost AX201 by Shin Yoshikawa - page 144

Rondeau
Rondeau M371C 1981 by Serge Bellu - page 56-130

Rover
Rover Turbine 1963 by John Ferguson - page 42
Rover Turbine 1963 by James A. Allington - page 42
Rover 3.5Litre v8 engine by unknown artist - page 58
Rover PBS6 by Brian Hatton - page 71
Rover Turbine 1963 by unknown artist - page 114
Rover 2000 Base Unit by unknown artist (Factory Illustration) - page 118
Rover 2000 Base Unit (low view) by unknown artist (Factory Illustration) - page 118
Rover 2200 engine by unknown artist (Factory Illustration) - page 118
Rover SD1 1982 by unknown artist (Factory Illustration) - page 118
Rover V8 Vanden Plas, Rover 2300s-2600s and 2000 engine by unknown artist (Factory Illustration) - page 118

S

Saab
Saab 96 by Gahr - page 53-125
Saab by Wood - page 89
Saab 9-3 by Rony Lutz - page 125
Saab 9-3 Viggen by Rony Lutz - page 125-129
Saab 95 1972 by Terry Davey - page 155
Saab 900 Aero by Rony Lutz - page 157

Sauber
Sauber C9 Mercedes by Hideo Mizokawa - page 35
Sauber C9 Mercedes AEG by unknown artist - page 84

Scarab
Scarab rear engine by Robert Roux - page 72
Scarab F1 engine by by Clarence LaTourette - page 87

Serpollet
Serpollet Steam Car 1906 by Franco Rosso - page 118

Shadow
Shadow DN1 by Tony Matthews - page 23-35-50-129(detail)
Shadow DN1 by Dick Ellis - page 35
Shadow DN1 by Brian Hatton - page 35
Shadow DN1 drawings by Werner Buhrer - page 51 (not a cutaway)

Shelby
Shelby GT 500 Cobra by unknown artist - page 97
Shelby Cobra Daytona Coupe by Jean-Jacques François - page 112 (without background)
Shelby Cobra Daytona Coupe by Jean-Jacques François - page 113 (with background)
Shelby Cobra 427 by Danny Mercer - page 117
Shelby Cobra 427 SC by David Kimble - page 152

Shelvoke and Drewry
Shelvoke and Drewry fire engine cab by Tony Matthews - page 102

Sheraton Thompson Hallibrand
Sheraton Thompson Hallibrand 1964 by Dave Kimble - page 75

Simca
Simca CG by Robert Roux - page 109-129
Simca CG Spyder by Robert Roux - page 109-129
Simca 1100 1970 by Terry Davey - page 156

Skoda
Skoda 733 Spyder II by Vaclav Kral - page 57
Skoda Super sport by unknown artist - page 108
Skoda 1100 GT 1970 by Kral Vaclav - page 128
Skoda 1100 1968 by Terry Davey - page 156

Smart
Smart Roadster by unknown artist - page 129
Smart by unknown artist - page 129

Sonic
Sonic I Land Speed Record car by unknown artist - page 132
Sonic Arrow by James Ibusuki - page 132 (General Electric J79 GE-8D-11B-17 Jet)

Spice
Spice SE90P Acura by Hector Luis Bergandi - page 111

Spirit of America
Spirit of America by William Moore - page 132 (General Electric J47)

Spyker
Spyker 50 HP 1902 by Brian Hatton - page 42

Standard
Standard Flying 12 by John Ferguson - page 32
Standard Big 12 1932 by Max Millar - page 88
Standard 8 by Lofthouse - page 89
Standard Vanguard Phase 11 by John Ferguson - page 90

Stanguellini
Stanguellini Formula Junior by J. Walkden Fisher - page 74
Stanguellini Formula Junior by Giovanni Cavara - page 83
Stanguellini 750 by Theo Page - page 111

Steyr
Steyr 1937 by John Ferguson - page 90
Steyr Type 50 1936 by unknown artist - page 145

STP-Paxton
STP-Paxton side view by Mark Fenijn - page 25

Stutz
Stutz Black Hawk LSR by Clarence LaTourette - page 83-144

Subaru
Subaru Impreza WRC 1994 by Terry Collins (?) - page 134

Sunbeam
Sunbeam Talbot by Max Millar - page 89
Sunbeam by John Ferguson - page 102
Sunbeam Talbot 90 by Sidney E Porter - page 109
Sunbeam 1000 HP Mystery or "The Slug" record car by unknown artist - page 132
Sunbeam Silver Bullet 1929 record car by unknown artist - page 132

Surtees
Surtees TS9B by Tony Matthews - page 07-08
Surtees TS7 by Bill Bennett "Anglia Art" - page 36
Surtees TS8 F5000 by Bill Bennett "Anglia Art" - page 36
Surtees TS9a drawings by Werner Buhrer - page 52 (not a cutaway)

T

Talbot
Talbot Samba by Lawrie Watts - page 90
Talbot T26 by Brian Hatton(?) - page 103
Talbot T26 by G. Gedo - page 103
Talbot Matra Murena 1983 by J Mignon - page 116

Tecno
Tecno PA123-1 by Bruno Betti - page 47-96
Tecno PA123-1 drawings by Werner Buhrer - page 52 (not a cutaway)

Temperino
Temperino 8/10 HP 1920 by Brian Hatton - page 103

Thrust
Thrust LSR Land Speed Record car by Lawrence Watts - page 132
Thrust SSC Land Speed Record car by Lawrence Watts - page 132
Thrust LSR Land Speed Record car by Lawrence Watts - color version - page 132
Thrust LSR Land Speed Record car by Lawrence Watts - color version - page 132 (2nd version)

Thunderbolt
George Eyston's Thunderbolt 1938 Land Speed Record car by Max Millar - page 129
George Eyston's Thunderbolt 1938 Land Speed Record car by Max Millar - page 132 With annotations

Toyota
Toyota Supra by Tony Matthews - page 10
Toyota 2000GT by N.E Lipscombe - page 93
Toyota Celica Turbo 4WD (Castrol) by Antonio Eiras - page 98-100-154
Toyota Celica Turbo 4WD (Repsol) by Antonio Eiras - page 100-154
Toyota Celica Turbo 4WD ST205 1994 (Castrol) by Antonio Eiras - page 100
Toyota 2000 GT by Yoshihiro Inomoto - page 103
Toyota Corola Rally by unknown artist - page 106-154
Toyota 7 Turbo 1970 by H. Kobayashi - page 128
Toyota 7 1969 by unknown artist - page 128
Toyota 7 Turbo 1970 by Shin Yoshikawa - page 128
Toyota MR2 by Yoshihiro Inomoto - page 129
Toyota Land Cruiser FJ25 by Yasuhide Ishizaki - page 130-147
Toyota Land Cruiser by Yasuhide Ishizaki - page 130-147
Toyota Celica GT Four by Bruno Betti - page 139
Toyota MR2 by David Kimble - page 142
Toyota Corolla GT Toyota Team GB Rally by unknown artist - page 154

TOJ
TOJ F201 1976 by Bruno Betti - page 57

Trabant
Trabant 601 1964 by F. Hompil - page 131

Triumph
Triumph TR3 by James A. Allington - page 18
Triumph TR4 IRS by Bill Bennett - page 21
Triumph Stag by Vic Berris - page 57
Triumph TR4 by James A. allington - page 78
Triumph Northern Star 1934 by John Ferguson - page 89
Triumph Acclaim by Dick Ellis - page 90
Triumph Toledo by Dick Ellis - page 90
Triumph Roadster by John Ferguson - page 90
Triumph TR7 by Laurie Watts - page 96-104
Triumph TR7 by F. Gordon Reaves Limited - page 96-97
Triumph 1709cc engine for the earlier Saab 99s by unknown artist - page 96
Triumph TR6 1972 by Terry Davey - page 155
Triumph 1500 by Terry Davey - page 156
Triumph TR6 by Terry Davey - page 155

Trojan
Trojan T102 by Tony Matthews - page 30
Trojan RE Taxi 1931 by unknown artist - page 128

Tucker
Tucker Torpedo by Brian Hatton - page 124

TVR
TVR 3000 by unknown artist - page 92
TVR Sports Car by Willian Moore - page 123-144
TVR Tuscan SE 1967 by Terry Davey - page 156

Tyrrell
Tyrrell 005 by Tony Matthews - page 07-33
Tyrrell 003 by Bill Bennett "Anglia Art" - page 23
Tyrrell 002 by Tony Matthews - page 23
Tyrrell 001 by Bill Bennett "Anglia Art" - page 23
Tyrrell 002 by Paolo D'Alessio - page 24-124
Tyrrell 003 by Brian Hatton - page 24
Tyrrell 003 by Bruno Betti - page 24
Tyrrell P34 by Bruno Betti - page 24-25
Tyrrell P34 by Giorgio Piola - page 24
Tyrrell P34 by Werner Buhrer - page 26
Tyrrell 007 by Tony Matthews - page 34
Tyrrell 019 Yamaha by Tony Matthews - page 43
Tyrrell 002 drawings (not a cutaway) by Werner Buhrer - page 52
Tyrrell 016 by Jean-Jacques François - page 85
Tyrrell 019 by Sergio Baratto - page 85
Tyrrell 008 by Giorgio Piola - page 113
Tyrrell P34 by Edward Valigursky - page 137

U
UAZ 469 B by Giulio Betti - page 66

Ultima
Ultima Mk1 by Duffer - page 122

V

Vanwall
Vanwall F1 by James A. Allington - page 18
Vanwall F1 1958 by Max Millar - page 81 (only link)
Vanwall F1 1958 by Cresswell - page 92 (only link)
Vanwall F1 1958 by Clarence LaTourette - page 111
Vanwall F1 1958 by Lawrence Watts - page 139 (Link only)-140
Vanwall F1 1958 by Robert Tatcher - page 152

Vauxhall
Vauxhall Viva 1967 by Mike Way - page 89
Vauxhall Victor 1964 by John A Marsden - page 109
Vauxhall Victor 1965 by Brian Hatton - page 109
Vauxhall Cresta by unknown artist - page 114
Vauxhall Chevette by Tony Lofthouse - page 118
Vauxhall Firenza 2000 SL 1971 by unknown artist (Factory Illustration) - page 120
Vauxhall Victor 1957 by Brian Hatton (?) - page 120
Vauxhall Victor engine by unknown artist (Press material) - page 130
Vauxhall Cavalier GL 2 Litre Saloon 1979 by C Baker and R John Way - page 141
Vauxhall Cavalier GL 2 Litre Saloon 1979 body by C Baker and R John Way - page 141
Vauxhall 30/98 by Roy Haynes - page 143
Vauxhall Viva 1970s by Terry Davey - page 156

Vector
Vector W2 by unknown artist - page 122

Volkswagen
Volkswagen engines by Alan Raine - page 02
Volkswagen Beetle "Fitti-volks" bimotor by unknown artist - page 44-142 (Car raced by the Fittipaldi Brothers 1969-70 - two VW engines at the rear - 3200cc eight cylinder)
Volkswagen K70 by unknown artist - page 50
Volkswagen Corrado G60 by David Kimble - page 67-124
Volkswagen Golf details by Alan Raine - page 78
Volkswagen Beetle by unknown artist - page 96
Volkswagen 4 cylinders inline engine by Alan Raine - page 101
Volkswagen Beetle 1950-1973 by unknown artist - page 106 (Twenty six cross sections - not a cutaway)
Volkswagen Beetle (five) by unknown artist - page 106
Volkswagen Beetle by Sigfried Werner - page 106
Volkswagen Beetle 1954 by Reuters - page 106
Volkswagen Beetle by unknown artist - page 106 (cross section and chassis plan view - not a cutaway)
Volkswagen Brasilia 1600 1974 by Walter Brito - page 106
Volkswagen Beetle by unknown artist - page 107
Volkswagen Beetle 1952 by unknown artist - page 107
Volkswagen Schwimmwagen (Porsche 128) WWII by Giulio Betti(?) - page 119
Volkswagen Beetle 1300 1970 by Paul Bambrick - page 119
Volkswagen Scirocco bimotor by Bruno Betti - page 142 (cutaway, front, rear and side views)
Volkswagen Type 3 1972 by Terry Davey - page 155
Volkswagen Type 411 1972 by Terry Davey - page 155
Volkswagen Beetle by Terry Davey - page 156

Volvo
Volvo 144 by John Hostler - page 90
Volvo Amazon 1966 by unknown artist - page 141
Volvo P1800ES by Herbert Mudsam - page 153
Volvo 343 1970 (DAF 66?) by Terry Davey - page 156
Volvo 340 by unknown artist - page 156

W

Weaver
Weaver 1500 Formula 1 by Gordon Bruce - page 83

Webster
Webster Special Two-liter by William A. Moore - page 80

Williams
Williams FW14 by Tony Matthews - page 05-126
Williams FW14B by Tony Matthews - page 20
Williams FW15C by Tony Matthews - page 07
Williams FW09 by Tony Matthews - page 11
Williams FW07C by Tony Matthews - page 11
Williams FW07 by Jeremy Banks - page 13
Williams FW16B side view by Tony Matthews - page 14
Williams FW11B by Tony Matthews - page 24
Williams FW09 by Takashi Jufuku - page 34
Williams FW18 by Tony Matthews - page 73
Williams FW19 by Tony Matthews - page 85
Williams FW14B (working drawing) by Tony Matthews - page 92
Williams FW09 by unknown artist - page 92
Williams FW13B by Sergio Baratto - page 97
Williams FW11B by Tony Matthews - page 109 (not a cutaway - only side view)
Williams FW11B by Tony Matthews - page 110 (Working drawing - rear)
Williams FW11B by Tony Matthews - page 110 (Working drawing - front)
Williams FW08 by Giulio Betti - page 113
Williams FW21 by Joca7483 - page 115
Williams FW20 by Paolo D'Alessio - page 127
Williams CVT gearbox 1993 by Claudia - page 133
Williams FW17 by unknown artist - page 137
Williams FW14 by Tony Matthews - page 151 (Working drawing - rear)


Wolf
Wolf WR1 by Sergio Baratto - page 30

Y

Yamaha
Yamaha OX99-11 by unknown artist - page 81

Z

Zakspeed
Zakspeed 871 by Giulio Betti - page 67

Zundapp
Zundapp Janus 1956 by Thusius - page 106

Trucks

Bedford M1120 by Tony Matthews - page 69
DAF Turbo Twin Paris-Dakar racetruck 1986 by Portugies Visual Communications - page 72
DAF Turbo Twin Paris-Dakar racetruck 1988 by Portugies Visual Communications - page 72
Scania 13-litre 6-cylinder Euro 5 engine by Semcon Informatic Graphic Solutions - page 95
Scania 16-litre V8 by Semcon Informatic Graphic Solutions - page 95
Scania 270hp 9-litre ethanol EEV by Semcon Informatic Graphic Solutions - page 95
Scania GR875 Gearbox by Semcon Informatic Graphic Solutions - page 95
Scania GRSO905R 12+2-speed Gearbox by Semcon Informatic Graphic Solutions - page 95
Scania Non-synchronous trasmission from the Meritor drivetrain Semcon Informatic Graphic Solutions - page 95
Scania Vacuum servo brake by Semcon Informatic Graphic Solutions - page 95
Scania hub reduction bogie by Semcon Informatic Graphic Solutions - page 95
Scania 141 by Vic Berris - page 106
Fiat 693NI 6x4 by Giulio Betti(?) - page 106
Camper Van by D. Waugh - page 129
Supacat 6x6 All Terrain Vehicles by unknown artist - page 133
Ford Grand-Prix Mobile Hospital by unknown artist - page 136
Detroit V71 diesel engine by unknown artist - page 141

Motorcycle

Motorcycle engine by Lawrence Watts - page 03
HRD motorcycle by Tony Matthews - page 05
BMW R100RS motorcycle by Bruno Betti - page 36
Moto Guzzi 500 cc V8 exploded view by unknown artist - page 49
MV Agusta 1970 by Giulio Betti - page 54
Suzuki 500 1977 by Tony Matthews - page 83
NSU Baumm 009 Stressed skin Hammock By Schlenzig - page 103-104
Norton Manx Double Knocker 1957 engine by J. Bennett - page 106
Honda CX 500 Turbo 1982 by Roger Savage - page 113
Quasar by unknown artist - page 119
Ducati 750 V-Twin engine by Bruno Betti - page 122
BMW K 1100 RS engine by BMW Grafik Design - page 133
BMW K 1100 RS rear suspension by BMW Grafik Design - page 133
Harley Davidson Shovelhead engine by unknown artist - page 141
Harley Davidson Panhead engine by unknown artist - page 141
Brough Superior BS Four 1932 by Max Millar - page 143
Brough Superior Dream 1939 by Leslie Cresswell - page 144
Brough Superior Golden Dream 1938 engine by John Ferguson - page 144
Kawazaki Z 400 by Takashi Jufuku - page 147
Kawazaki Z 750 by Takashi Jufuku - page 147
Yamaha XJ 750 Seca by unknown artist - page 147
Honda NR500 V4 engine by Jeff Mangiat - page 148
Honda NR500 V4 engine by unknown artist - page 148
Honda NR750 1992 by unknown artist - page 148
Yamaha XT 500 Enduro by Makoto Ouchi - page 148
Yamaha XT 500 Enduro by Makoto Ouchi - page 148 (Working drawing)

Airplane

Mustang P51C by Reynold Brown - page 02
Concorde by Theo Page - page 10
Rolls Royce Merlin supercharger by unknown artist - page 66
Rolls Royce Merlin XX supercharger by unknown artist - page 66
Napier Sabre II by Max Millar - page 66-138
Pitts Model 12 by Tom Johnson - page 06
Space Shuttle by Barron Storey - page 75
Junkers Jumo 211 engine by unknown artist - page 81
Boing AEWC by Giuseppe Picarella - page 91
Fokker DR1 Triplane by David R. Jones - page 91
RV-7A by Tom Johnson - page 92-140
Northrop X-35B Flying Wing by unknown artist - page 96
Vulcan by unknown artist (Aviagraphics?) - page 108
British Aerospace Hawk by Clive David Thomas - page 121
BMW (Aircraft) 801 engine By Max Millar - page 123
Rolls-Royce Merlin I engine by James Clark - page 126
Bristol Pegasus X engine by Max Millar - page 126
De Havilland Mosquito by Max Millar - page 126
Daimler-Benz (DB) 601A By Max Millar - page 128
Bristol Centaurus 'The Mighty' engine by Max Millar - page 131
Napier Dagger by James Clark - page 132
Bristol Hercules XVI by James Clark - page 132
General Aircraft Limited GAL. 49 Hamilcar Mark I by James Clark - page 132
Short S.20 Mercury (Mayo Composite Aircraft) by unknown artist - page 133 - from Jane's All The World's Aircraft, 1938
Heinkel He 162 (Xe 162 ? ) by unknown artist - page 133 - from Jane's All The World's Aircraft, 1938
"FAU-1" Fieseler Fi 103 aka V1 by unknown artist - page 133 - from Jane's All The World's Aircraft, 1938
Gloster Gladiator I (SS37 Prototype) by Max Millar - page 134
Rolls-Royce Griffon Mk65 by Max Millar - page 135
Miles M9A Master I by James Clark - page 136
Lockheed P-38 Lightning by Max Millar - page 138
Westland Lysander I 1938 by Max Millar - page 139
Avro Anson MkI production prototype (K6152) 1935 by Max Millar - page 139
Rolls-Royce Merlin 620 Series engine by unknown artist - page 141
Rolls-Royce Nene 10 Early Jet engine by Rolls-Royce (Factory Illustration) - page 141
Rolls-Royce RB.211-524G Jet engine by Rolls-Royce (Factory Illustration) - page 141
Pitts Model 12 by Tom Johnson - page 142 (using the client's particular paint scheme and graphics) - link only
Rolls-Royce Eagle VIII by James. H. Clark - page 143
RV8 engine by Tom Johnson - page 143 (link only)
Gee Bee Model Z Supersports engine by Tom Johnson - page 143 (link only)
RV7 slider by Tom Johnson - page 143 (link only)
Hawker Typhoon IB by Max Millar - page 145
Gee Bee Model Z 1930 engine by Tom Johnson - page 154 (Working drawing - link only)

Books and Magazine Articles

Beneath The Skin (13 pages) - page 89
Cutaway Kings by Autocar Vol 248 No 4240 - 11 February 1978 (2 pages) - page 89
Cutaway Kings by Aeroplane Magazine December 1998 - James H. Clark (8 pages) - page 89
Cutaway Kings by Aeroplane Magazine November 1999 - Peter Endsleigh Castle (9 pages) - page 89
Cutaway Kings by Aeroplane Magazine April 1999 - Frank Munger (10 pages) - page 91
The Fine Art of Tony Matthews - 4 pages - 1995 Indianapolis 500 Yearbook - page 91

??

Tank by Alan Raine - page 02
JPS boat by Tony Matthews - page 10
Eight Wheels Truck by Anders Bonde - page 10
Benetton wind tunnel by Tony Matthews - page 19
?? by Max Millar - page 22
Delage 1,5 Litre (?) by Gordon Crosby - page 22
?? by Dick Ellis - page 22
?? by FW Beak - page 22
MG ?? by Chris Plant - page 22
Bluebird by Harold Bubb - page 36-37
Ferrari wind tunnel by ?? - page 40
"Loobeetle" by unknown artist - page 52
Essex Motorhome by Tony Matthews - page 57
Pan-Galactic Starfriend Luxury Liner by Theo Page - page 66
Fictional F1 car 1976 by Michael Stirm - page 74
Nikki Carburetter NK802 exploded view by Alan Raine - page 78
MKIVb RAF pilot helmet by Tony Matthews - page 78-138
Lner 2001 1936 steam engine by Harry Clark - page 84(only link)
Lner 10000 1936 steam engine by Harry Clark - page 84(only link)
Godzilla Thing by unknown artist - page 85
Vulcan Locomotives Liberation 2-8-0 by unknown artist - page 90(only link)
Locomotive 1847 by G. Smith(?) - page 90(only link)
Streamlined Car 1931 by unknown artist - page 96
Tank by (?) GB-Harry Hopkins Vickers (?) - page 96
Chassis of 4 cylinder car by unknown artist - page 97
Skulls by Leonardo da Vinci - page 102
Huber-Warco HWB-Dresser Model 205 grader by unknown artist - page 109
Direct Driven Marine Turbo Fan by unknown artist - page 111
Discard Car 1982 by Harry Bentley Bradley - page 113
Lucas Airborne Auxiliary Power Plant MK10501 by unknown artist - page 114 (longitudinal section)
House ground floor by JuanSR - page 114
Benetton wind tunnel by Tony Matthews - page 114 (working drawing)
Audi differential by Audi AG - page 115
Midget with Offenhauser engine by David Kimble - page 115
The Shitting Duck of Vaucanson Cross-section - page 116
Shel book - The Modern Motor Car - Car and engine cutaways - page 117
Robot Cow by unknown artist - page 117
Dunlop disk brake by unknown artist - page 119
ZF CVT Transmission by unknown artist (ZF - Factory Illustration) - page 119
Truck (rear view) by Tony Matthews - page 119
Antartic Sow Cruiser 1939 by unknown artist - page 119
KA-30 Snowmobile Russia 1968 by unknown artist - page 119
Snowmobile Russia 1968 by unknown artist - page 119
Soviet Snowmobile by Seleznev, Timakov, Timchenko - page 119
Kharkovchanka Soviet Snowmobile by unknown artist - page 119
Joint by Duffer - page 122
Bugs by Duffer - page 122 (Plan view - not a cutaway)
Bonsack machine by unknown artist - page 125
Car Fold-out by unknown artist (Modern Power Generators) - page 125
Daimler Gear Case by unknown artist (Modern Power Generators) - page 125
Turgan Water-Tube Boiler by Poyet (Modern Power Generators) - page 125
High-Steam and Low-Water Alarm by unknown artist (Modern Power Generators) - page 125
Locomotive Fold-out by unknown artist (Modern Power Generators) - page 125
Cardiovascular system by Duffer - page 125
Unidentified japanese car by Yoshihiro Inomoto - page 130-148
Horton project "Aircar" roadable car and airplane concept - drawing by Douglas Rolfe - page 132
Steam-powered portable threshing machine by Graeme Chambers - page 133
SC crane hoist by Alan Raine - page 133
British Union GP V16 engine by unknown artist - page 137 (cross section - Not a cutaway)
British Union GP V16 engine by unknown artist - page 137 (section - Not a cutaway)
Walter Becchia designed 16-cylinder GP engine by unknown artist - page 137 (cross section - Not a cutaway)
Montgomerie Reid fork lift truck by Colin Brown - The Garden Studio - page 138
Clever tree wheeler car by unknown artist - page 139
"Miss Los Angeles" Phanthom 1929 Record Race car by unknown artist - page 140 (longitudinal section and engine cross section)
Teledyne T-62 turbine by Teledyne - page 140
AEC High speed oil engine race car by unknown artist - page 140
Autosampler for liquid chromatography by Goro Shimaka - page 141
Ruston Portable 'Gas turbine' Generator by Studio Warwickshire - page 141
Honda engine for trimmers or roto tillers by unknown artist - page 142 (cutaway, longitudinal and cross sections)
Autovia 3 litre 8 cylinder engine cross section by unknown artist - page 147 (Motor magazine 1938)
Front suspension sketches F1 1963 by unknown artist - page 147 (Motorsport Magazine 1963)

Links

Tony Matthews......................................http://www.khulsey.c...y_matthews.html
Yoshihiro Inomoto.................................http://www.khulsey.c...ro_inomoto.html
David Kimble........................................http://www.khulsey.c...vid_kimble.html
Makoto Ouchi........................................http://www.khulsey.c...koto_ouchi.html
Kevin Hulsey.........................................http://www.khulsey.c...folio_auto.html
Shin Yoshikawa.....................................http://www.kaiartintl.com/
Sergio Baratto.......................................http://www.sergiobar...om/indexen.html
Jim Hatch..............................................http://www.hatchillu.../technical.html
Rex Burnett...........................................http://www.rexburnet.../Home_home.html
GM USA Media Center............................http://media.gm.com/...us/en/news.html
Opel Media Center.................................http://media.opel.com/content/media/intl/en/photos.brand_opel.html/Europe/INTL/PhotosTab/Technology
Car Cutaways........................................http://desk.blueidea.com/qtbz137.htm => pages 137 a 144
Car Cutaways........................................http://bbs.allhabit....250002-1-1.html
Car Cutaways (Russian site)...................http://www.autowp.ru/cutaway/index/
Airplane Cutaways..................................http://www.flightglo...21/default.aspx
Airplane Cutaways - Tim Hall...................http://www.flightlin...12/Default.aspx
Airplane Cutaways - Mark Miller...............http://mwmiller.theaerodrome.com/
Airplane Cutaways..................................http://legendsintheirowntime.com/
Tom Johnson..........................................http://www.tjtechart.com/
Dean's Garage.......................................http://deansgarage.c...-staff-library/


Any complement or corrections are welcome.
To be continued...

Edited by ibsenop, 02 October 2010 - 12:16.


#5987 fnqvmuch

fnqvmuch
  • Member

  • 114 posts
  • Joined: April 09

Posted 07 September 2010 - 11:58

great work ibsenop, again, we thank you.


#5988 CVA

CVA
  • Member

  • 248 posts
  • Joined: February 10

Posted 07 September 2010 - 12:32

R8 Gordini 1300 by Editechnic,i think
Posted Image :up:



#5989 Henri Greuter

Henri Greuter
  • Member

  • 4,801 posts
  • Joined: June 02

Posted 07 September 2010 - 14:47

Ibsen,

Sorry to mention this because it looks so selfish since I donated the cutaway to Macoran for addition in the thread

but the 1960 Kurtis-500F Novi is missing on the list of contents, it appeared at page 148.

Henri

Edited by Henri Greuter, 07 September 2010 - 14:47.


#5990 Duc-Man

Duc-Man
  • Member

  • 1,068 posts
  • Joined: November 08

Posted 07 September 2010 - 15:10

I don't know if anybody noticed:

The congratulations for post number 6000 goes to ibsenop with the second part of the cutaway index. :clap: :clap: :clap:

#5991 DHFiallo

DHFiallo
  • Member

  • 69 posts
  • Joined: March 09

Posted 07 September 2010 - 15:16

As one that can't draw. I want to thank those that do. The art, and I do mean art, in this thread is fantastic and greatly appreciated. This is the first bookmark I check and it never fails to impress and make me laugh. I love the insights into technique and to read the humor from such talented artists reminds me that they are just as twisted as myself. My only regret, that aside from thanking all of you, I do not have much to contribute. I have some cut aways in large sizes that I haven't posted. I would post them, but I am very respectful of the artist and do not think it right. A while back I created some mods for a computer game and saw them later incorporated and being sold without so much as a thank you!

#5992 sixlover

sixlover
  • Member

  • 31 posts
  • Joined: August 10

Posted 07 September 2010 - 16:06

DHFallio,
I'm sure the artists all appreciate your kind words.

Although I was always generally pleased with my work, I never thought of it as part of the "arts and mysteries" nonsense. I did a Government training course and was lucky to get a job immediately with the company that trained me. I was straight into doing the new Ford Cargo truck and a job for Marconi.
Then I was put on site at the Marconi factory drawing cruise missiles! How's that for a baptism of fire?!

But anyone with a bit of a feel for the pen and an engineering background or even just an interest could have done it. We were all very well taught and all got jobs. Two guys even started businesses straight out of training!

I can't speak for all illustrators, but I've always thought, "if you can do it better and quicker than me, good for you and tell me how, please". I have exactly the same feelings about modelmaking which I also do professionally. Some people want to keep it all to themselves. Pah!

Of course, neither is easy ;)

After putting all my drawing instruments away seven years ago when I went off to live on a canal boat and do very little I thought I'd never find them again. Having moved back "on the bank" I am delighted to find every item, ellipse guides, proportional dividers, flexible curves and even all the dozens of little plastic templates I used to make to draw endless wiring looms for Ford and JCB.

I now do boat drawings and they'll all be useful.

Cheers,
Martin


As one that can't draw. I want to thank those that do. The art, and I do mean art, in this thread is fantastic and greatly appreciated. This is the first bookmark I check and it never fails to impress and make me laugh. I love the insights into technique and to read the humor from such talented artists reminds me that they are just as twisted as myself. My only regret, that aside from thanking all of you, I do not have much to contribute. I have some cut aways in large sizes that I haven't posted. I would post them, but I am very respectful of the artist and do not think it right. A while back I created some mods for a computer game and saw them later incorporated and being sold without so much as a thank you!



#5993 sixlover

sixlover
  • Member

  • 31 posts
  • Joined: August 10

Posted 07 September 2010 - 16:52

Just tried the image thing but got error statements about dynamic tags or some such.
So I can't put anything up.

Any ideas?
Martin

#5994 ibsenop

ibsenop
  • Member

  • 813 posts
  • Joined: February 07

Posted 07 September 2010 - 17:32

Sorry Henri,

I undestand nothing about the Novis and I put in the Index this way => Novi Ferguson by Robert Thatcher - page 148
so I tried to correct this way => Novi Ferguson 1960 (Kurtis-Novi 500F) by Robert Thatcher - page 148

Please, tell me the right way.

Edited by ibsenop, 07 September 2010 - 17:34.


#5995 Tony Matthews

Tony Matthews
  • Member

  • 17,498 posts
  • Joined: September 08

Posted 07 September 2010 - 17:32

Any ideas?
Martin

No. However, apart from the 'How to post your images' thread at the top of the Nostalgia Forum introduction page, if I can do it so can you. I signed up to imageshack, and although there was a step in the process that I couldn't understand, and the TNF instructions didn't help, I overcame it (thanks to Michael Ferner!) quite quickly, so if there is a step that confuses you we can help. I wrote detailed instructions for someone who was having serious problems, if I can remember where I saved them, and assuming I haven't deleted them, I will send them to you.

#5996 Tony Matthews

Tony Matthews
  • Member

  • 17,498 posts
  • Joined: September 08

Posted 07 September 2010 - 18:23

I don't know if anybody noticed:

The congratulations for post number 6000 goes to ibsenop with the second part of the cutaway index. :clap: :clap: :clap:

Well done, Ibsen, and thanks again for the contribution!

#5997 alansart

alansart
  • Member

  • 4,011 posts
  • Joined: March 07

Posted 07 September 2010 - 18:58

Well, I've got as far as page 6 this morning waiting for the gas man to call and my eyes are stinging already, which is why I could never work on computer. I also have a numb bum now.
Reading those early posts from Andrew Kitson talking about Helmstedt and being there in '89 when the wall came down really got me going as I was there at the same time. Everywhere you went there were dead Trabbies just left in ditches all round Wolfsburg with the roof rack straps hanging as "Osties" had grabbed their cases and run for the city! It was an amazing time to be in Germany.
The guys at Cebra all wanted we Brits to bring tapes of prog rock back after weekends home and we always complied, so my illustrating days in Germany were all to the background of Yes, Gong, Gentle Giant, etc., which made life great.

What a fantastic thread. My old mate in America sent me a link about two years ago, but I couldn't get accepted on the Autosport forum for some reason, so I lost it.
It would be a bit difficult quoting early posts now!
I think your humour and contribution has kept this going so well.
A humour that our delightful German hosts could never understand until we explained it to them, then they'd go home, watch the Fawlty Towers and Python videos again and come back in the next day still laughing!
If I'd known that there were illustrators "upstairs" at Volke in Wolfsburg when I was down in the clay studios I'd have been up there like a rat up a drainpipe!

On technique, when I did my Government training course (no college for me) we were taught a method of making our own perspective called the "Mini Ball grid" whereby you decided on your vanishing points and then worked backwards to achieve a level of measured foreshortening which worked very well. When doing a gearbox or the innards of a Day/night tank gunsight it was essential to be able to get shaft centres aligned.
I've still got some somewhere on some, by now, very crispy tracing paper.
Great to be reminded of the technique of transfer paper and a stylus, too.

Also your early comments about a modelmaking background are spot on. I regard all my drawings as 2D modelmaking. In fact now I can't sell a technical drawing for love or money, I'm back to modelmaking. Boats mainly, as the best computers can't make a varnished mahogany Greavette Streamliner, though I might have a bash at a cutaway of one for old time's sake.

Thanks again.

Martin


Go away for a few weeks and look what turns up :)

I missed the wall coming down but did a run soon after with some artwork to IGS in Helmstedt. The road between Hanover and the old border was a nightmare. Trucks and Trabbies everywhere at 3 in the morning!

As for British Comedy. Minder died a miserable death as Arthur Daley just didn't translate :drunk:

I was at Eckards "Volke" were the opposition!

#5998 TWest

TWest
  • Member

  • 1,570 posts
  • Joined: November 09

Posted 07 September 2010 - 20:07

Go away for a few weeks and look what turns up :)

I missed the wall coming down but did a run soon after with some artwork to IGS in Helmstedt. The road between Hanover and the old border was a nightmare. Trucks and Trabbies everywhere at 3 in the morning!

As for British Comedy. Minder died a miserable death as Arthur Daley just didn't translate :drunk:

I was at Eckards "Volke" were the opposition!


Well, just got back online after a couple of days away, and am very glad to see that I ended page 149 and pushed us over to the momentous mid-second century mark, and beyond. Some interesting note here, including the comment that obviously upset everyone about the time not being worth going back to read 150 pages of stuff.
Since I did that when I started, downloading all of those images when I realized what a huge resource was being opened, it is interesting to hear something said like that. The responses have been reasonable, and the explanation worked, too.
This is one of my most often-viewed sites since I found it, and even the crazy review of the past years' worth of material was well worth it. Does take a while, doesn't it?
Will be putting more stuff up here shortly, but have to complete a modelkit design that I am working on ... American subject, so don't get too excited ...
Take care, guys.
Tom West

#5999 Tony Matthews

Tony Matthews
  • Member

  • 17,498 posts
  • Joined: September 08

Posted 07 September 2010 - 21:28

Well, just got back online after a couple of days away, and am very glad to see that I ended page 149 and pushed us over to the momentous mid-second century mark, and beyond. Some interesting note here, including the comment that obviously upset everyone about the time not being worth going back to read 150 pages of stuff.
Since I did that when I started, downloading all of those images when I realized what a huge resource was being opened, it is interesting to hear something said like that. The responses have been reasonable, and the explanation worked, too.
This is one of my most often-viewed sites since I found it, and even the crazy review of the past years' worth of material was well worth it. Does take a while, doesn't it?
Will be putting more stuff up here shortly, but have to complete a modelkit design that I am working on ... American subject, so don't get too excited ...
Take care, guys.
Tom West

Tom, I don't think anyone was the least bit upset about any comments - I may have missed a smiley from what was meant to be a light-hearted response to sixlover Martin, but I am assured that no offence was taken! As I said, 150 pages is pretty daunting, and takes some considerable time.

By the way, all subjects are exciting, including American...

Advertisement

#6000 sixlover

sixlover
  • Member

  • 31 posts
  • Joined: August 10

Posted 07 September 2010 - 21:47

I don't know if Volke had illustrators. They were loaded down with up to 150 Brits at any time in modelling, design, engineering and the inevitable tinnies. They were some of the most miserable devils I ever encountered. They earned almost as much as us yet their accommodation and flights were paid for and they were even lent cars. They always seemed to come from Nuneaton, or Treacle Town as we always were told to call it, just to upset them!
I had a great Scottish designer to work with called Scott Ferrier, who could design, illustrate and was a fair engineer too. Designers are not supposed to know how things work.
My speciality turned out to be mechanisms and he would always come and chat clever mechs. with me, often bringing his favourite cutaways to illustrate (sorry!) points.

I wonder where he ended up.

alansart, not sure what you meant by the go away for a few weeks comment. Am I being thick or missing something?

Maybe it's just late!
Cheers,
Martin