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#12801 majstor

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Posted 30 July 2013 - 14:19

Citroen Ami 8

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Nice resolution (3006/1960) image, drawing by Editechnic.

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#12802 majstor

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Posted 30 July 2013 - 14:35

Fiat 126 Bambino

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Fiat 126 Bis Maluch

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#12803 Duc-Man

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Posted 30 July 2013 - 15:27

Citroen Ami 8

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Nice resolution (3006/1960) image, drawing by Editechnic.

That brings back memories. My fathers first car was a white Ami 8 back in the mid 70ies.

#12804 helioseism

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Posted 02 August 2013 - 01:04

Sigh. The Russian site is gone again.

#12805 badQ

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Posted 02 August 2013 - 19:20

Sigh. The Russian site is gone again.

everyrhing all right,
scroll to bottom and press "Продолжить работу"

#12806 paulhooft

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Posted 02 August 2013 - 19:54

O, yes I ordered these two, books about the Eagle Cutouts and recieved the second one today. A gold mine
let's start an tread abouth Eagle Cutout? They are great.


#12807 TWest

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Posted 03 August 2013 - 21:25

O, yes I ordered these two, books about the Eagle Cutouts and recieved the second one today. A gold mine
let's start an tread abouth Eagle Cutout? They are great.


I received my Eagle Annual of the Cutaways last week. What is the second book that you have? I must have missed that one.
Tom West

#12808 majstor

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Posted 04 August 2013 - 01:26

Autobianchi A112 (early series)

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#12809 majstor

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Posted 04 August 2013 - 01:30

Alfa Romeo 164 3.0 V6

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#12810 majstor

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Posted 04 August 2013 - 01:39

That brings back memories. My fathers first car was a white Ami 8 back in the mid 70ies.

I am also particularly attached to cars from my childhood, specially rare ones, who were already on the verge of become oldtimers... especially the older Fiats. So...

Fiat 850 Spider

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From factory prospect, slightly bigger than already posted one.


#12811 paulhooft

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Posted 04 August 2013 - 09:28

I received my Eagle Annual of the Cutaways last week. What is the second book that you have? I must have missed that one.
Tom West


The other book is the Eagle book of Cutaways found one on abebooks for 0.66 pound!
It is worth very penny! :rotfl:

Paul

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Posted 04 August 2013 - 12:34

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Vespa Two-stroke. Artist, unknown. (Possibly Lawrence Watts).

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Six-cylinder M.G. Magna. A slightly better quality (now legible) than the version that I posted previously. Artist, Max Millar.

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Twin-cylinder water-cooled J.A.P. Engine. Artist, unknown.

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Posted 05 August 2013 - 06:54

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Six-cylinder M.G. Magna. A slightly better quality (now legible) than the version that I posted previously. Artist, Max Millar.

The Magna image is now legible enough for me to read "Twin Top Gear". Enlighten me, please...
As I write this, I'm thinking of a side valve Hillman Minx my father had (~1948, maybe) with a gearbox provided by the manufacturer featuring 3 speeds plus underdrive; laughingly referred to as a 4 speed gearbox.

Edited by onelung, 05 August 2013 - 06:55.


#12814 simplebrother

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Posted 05 August 2013 - 07:38

The other book is the Eagle book of Cutaways found one on abebooks for 0.66 pound!
It is worth very penny! :rotfl:

Paul


Those two books are the real treasure houses for Eagle cutaways, but there are two others that have some as well - neither are just cutaways, but there are some nice images in them. They are The Best of Eagle Annual (1951-1959) and The Eagle Annual - The Best of the 1960s Comic.

Peter

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Posted 05 August 2013 - 09:52

The Magna image is now legible enough for me to read "Twin Top Gear". Enlighten me, please...
As I write this, I'm thinking of a side valve Hillman Minx my father had (~1948, maybe) with a gearbox provided by the manufacturer featuring 3 speeds plus underdrive; laughingly referred to as a 4 speed gearbox.


Hmm, I don't really know. It is very much the beautiful language of the 1930's I think.

But I think you are on the right track with your tale of the Minx. The 'Four-speed gear box with silent third'!

I think in the case of the Magna, they were very much concerned about acceleration on the hill. Hence the use of the three fairly close top ratios. (As well as a genuine fourth ratio).

Edit:

Marc has just informed me that the term 'Twin Top Gear' is perhaps misleading, and may instead refer to a type of gearbox construction, rather than the actual
gearing. He is currently digging for more info.

Dug info below!

"Mark,

From reading the Autocar article, second column lower part, I gather it seems that they are referring to the construction of the gearbox.
Having a second casing bolted to the main gearbox extending rearwards, done to get the lever direct and closer to hand for the driver.
It seems it should really be called a “Twintop” gearbox rather than a Twin Top Gear as if there were two different ratios. It was a plain four ratio gearbox
I’ve cutout the Millar cutaway part showing the gearbox with a clear bolted on extension.
I don’t know for sure because I haven’t been able to find anything on the actual ratios or gearing of the box, but here and there ,
there is mention that MG borrowed the box design from Wolseley.

ex Quality Assurance Engineer’s ( official business title for detail pisser) tuppeny hapeny’s thoughts"


Edited by werks prototype, 06 August 2013 - 23:20.


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Posted 07 August 2013 - 23:07

Williams FW13B by Giorgio Piola.

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#12817 werks prototype

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Posted 08 August 2013 - 17:20

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M.G. Midget J2. Artist, Max Millar.

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Royal Enfield 148 c.c. Artist, G.Beresford.


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#12818 ibsenop

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Posted 11 August 2013 - 18:30

Hawker Sea Fury FB11 by Peter Cooke.

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#12819 TWest

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Posted 14 August 2013 - 17:11

It has been a while since I posted much here, so I have a few mixed items from my Hot Rod collection of American types that I want to include in my hypothetical book project at some point. A couple of these might have been posted before, but it is a bit different from the usual here.
I am starting with the outline drawing from David Kimble that was used as the basis for his color piece on the Edmunds Coil-Over Sprint car out of 1982. The Sprint car series is one of the very popular racing series in the US, and this car was one of the real state-of-the-art pieces at the time.
The color piece was to appear as a poster and in a couple of other magazines, but this preliminary line drawing was published in Circle Track magazine.
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Posted 14 August 2013 - 17:30

The second piece was scanned from the June, 1961 edition of Car and Driver Magazine as one of their historic articles. The Miller 91 was one of the classic US racing engines during the pre-war period, and this Clarence LaTourette illustration represented the most prominent version of the engine.
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Posted 14 August 2013 - 17:35

The rest of the pics I will post today are from a Brazilian designer and artist named Alberto Hernandez-Mendoza. I first saw him when he did a cutaway on a hot rod that he had designed, a very innovative car at the time that was built, I believe, in Brazil back in the 1980s. The image files here are all from a website reference that is listed in Ibesn's site index, so they may look very familiar, but they are still rather cool pieces of artwork that show some interesting hot rod concepts.
The first is an Ardun-Ford Roadster from the pens of Mr. Hernandez-Mendoza. This one is dated 2011, so it is relatively recent work.
Tom West


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Posted 14 August 2013 - 17:38

This is another Alberto Hernandez-Mendoza piece from 2011. The Torpedo body wasn't a common Ford body, which is the basis for most hot rods, so this is a very cool concept, the Ferrari V-12 Torpedo Roadster.
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Posted 14 August 2013 - 17:40

This is another hot rod concept from Alberto Hernandez-Mendoza, also out of 2011; a 1936 Ford Aero-Sport Roadster. I like the innovation that is shown in these pieces, and wish that more of them had been constructed.
Tom West


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Posted 14 August 2013 - 17:43

Another very interesting concept car presented by Alberto Hernandez-Mendoza. This one is based on the 1945 Ford Zephyr, a Boattail Roadster, ala the classic Auburns or Duesenbergs out of the 1930s. This piece is also dated 2011.
Tom West


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Posted 14 August 2013 - 17:47

Another Alberto Hernandez-Mendoza piece, possibly not as conceptual as some of the others. This appears to be the great Bill Lindig Roadster that won the Grand National Roadster show top award, World's Most Beautiful Roadster. Very cool to see something like this being done.
Tom West


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Posted 14 August 2013 - 17:49

This piece is the Gatto Sports Roadster from 2012, presented by Alberto Hernandez-Mendoza. Another very interesting concept, and harkening back to the classic 50s Sports Cars.
Tom West


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Posted 14 August 2013 - 17:52

This classic Chopped Mercury Coupe concept was developed in 1990 by Alberto Hernandez-Mendoza. Some nice thought here for this type of car, as they tend to all be fairly classic in their concept.
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Posted 14 August 2013 - 17:53

This is another Custom Mercury out of 1990 by Alberto Hernandez-Mendoza.
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Posted 14 August 2013 - 17:58

This piece from 1993 represents one of the last rides for Don Prudhomme, one of the top drag racers of all time .This is his Skoal-backed Top Fuel car, which is now on display at the NHRA Museum in Pomona. I must say that there are some strange shapes on a few items in this illustration by Alberto Hernandez-Mendoza, but the impression is still pretty decent. The combination of artistic treatment and technical subject makes for an interesting drawing.
Tom West


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Posted 16 August 2013 - 18:25

Well, I seem to have shut this place down completely again. I try to step in when I can to start things up when it gets quiet here, and seem to always have the opposite effect for some reason. I am just hoping that you guys pick it up, as has happened previously. I think that a lot of the more regular players might be running out of new material to post. When you see some of the relatively unusual subjects that come up here on occasion, it is easy to see how this is happening, so the rest of you guys will need to keep filling in with your own material. I still find it amazing to see all of the things that show up here all the time.
Hang with it here, folks, especially since the Russian site is operating, but seems to be limited in new postings, as well. Don't think it is for the same reason, however.
Thanks for listening.
T West

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Posted 16 August 2013 - 19:34

B-1B Lancer by Mike Badrocke, from Air International
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#12832 Jian10

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Posted 17 August 2013 - 14:12

B-1A by John Marsden, first appeared in Flight international, 1974.

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Posted 18 August 2013 - 17:32

Honda VFR1200 MY2010...

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...and its amazing V4 Engine (you can also see world's first Dual Clutch Transmission on motorcycle!)

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P.S. Tom, I think its not about competition or something with that Russian site - they are completely different to my opinion. Personally, after downloading a lot of ultrarare-never-seen-before-and-never-after stuff (made by true artists) from here it is a little shame to be able to upload only contemporary pics (like I just did) - which are not that valuable and are essentially simple webfinds. But let me assure you - your call for reinforcements will always be heard here;-)

Edited by Ventro, 18 August 2013 - 18:06.


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Posted 18 August 2013 - 18:44

Subaru engines MY10 collection -

1,5L DOHC for Impreza
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2,0L DOHC for Impreza
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2,5L DOHC Turbo for Impreza
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2,0L DOHC for Legacy
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2,5L DOHC Turbo for Legacy
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2,5L SOHC for Outback
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3,6L DOHC for Outback
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About author - looks like first five of these cutaways are still based on the decades-old original handcrafted drawing of EJ-series engine by Makoto Ouchi (the different CG-versions of intake manifolds, plumbings, etc., are clearly have been superimposed later).

Edited by Ventro, 18 August 2013 - 19:42.


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Posted 18 August 2013 - 19:15

Honda VFR1200 MY2010...

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...and its amazing V4 Engine (you can also see world's first Dual Clutch Transmission on motorcycle!)

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P.S. Tom, I think its not about competition or something with that Russian site - they are completely different to my opinion. Personally, after downloading a lot of ultrarare-never-seen-before-and-never-after stuff (made by true artists) from here it is a little shame to be able to upload only contemporary pics (like I just did) - which are not that valuable and are essentially simple webfinds. But let me assure you - your call for reinforcements will always be heard here;-)


Ventro,
I find it interesting to see the different material that appears from everyone, so I enjoy that aspect of this group; there are so many that contribute over time, and it isn't just the same guys. At a certain point, you sort of run out after a while, so the other guys who bring in everything from aircraft to Japanese Movie Monsters just help keep the thought of the Cutaway Drawing alive. Thanks for your contributions and your involvement. and to you all.
Tom West

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Posted 20 August 2013 - 17:22

... and the last entry of  Subaru engines MY2010 collection - EE20 2,0L Diesel engine (was already posted by Tbolt on page 223, but now in two versions, better quality and separated internals).

 

Outback version (composite plastic intake manifold)

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Forester version (cast aluminum manifold with freeze plugs)

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Its rotating assembly,

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Common Rail fuel system...

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...and turbocharger assembly.

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Posted 20 August 2013 - 17:31

Here's another piece of John Marsden work: the MBB BO-105 published in the Flight international, 1972.
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Posted 21 August 2013 - 16:00

The following was donated to the cause, by Australian Ace Artist, Rod Waller.

 

And it looks to me like this Deutsch-Bonnet is a bona fide new entry! (Even at this late stage in the threads life).

 

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Deutsch-Bonnet (Monomill?). Artist, unknown.



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Posted 21 August 2013 - 16:53

The change in the forum layout also changed the page numbers. All the index goes to recycle bin. I think I will do not more updates. Any better idea? Sorry.

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Posted 21 August 2013 - 17:24

I just looked up the Deutch-Bonnet, and this is, indeed, the Monomill of 1954.  It was built with a Panhard 500cc opposed twin engine mounted out front of the front axle, which seemed like it would give it a bit of a strange handling, but it seemed like a lot of these things from that era probably had similar characteristics.  I gather it wasn't overly successful with the Panhard running against some of the more powerful JAP and Norton-engined cars, having only 35hp to work with.  The company was much more successful with their little GT and sports coupes. They did come up with an interesing race series that was built around their existing Formula Junior, the car now identified as the Monomill. The drivers in this championship series would lease the cars for a particular race, to be supplied on-site by D-B, who would hold a lottery to see who got what car. Gather there was some interesting racing out of this concept, and the premier race, with a few big name guest drivers, was won by Jo Schlesser. The series was to expand for 1955, but met with the year-long ban of all motorsports in France following the huge LeMans crash of that year.  Only two races would be run, leading to major financial problems for the company who sold their cars off to cover debts, ending the D-B association.

 

Just thought you might like to see a bit of the story on this rather interesting little singleseater.

 

I am not sure what to say about the Index, and all of the work that seems to have been lost.  I am thinking that this still puts you in the ballpark, but it may be 5-6 pages off. Tough to justify asking Ibsen to go back and straighten it out.  Is there any way we can ask the site to use the same number of messages per page that they used before. That should be possible, shouldn't it? Don't know how such things work, but I hope an easy fix can be incorporated as I use the Index fairly often, and think it really makes this much more valuable as a resource. Sorry that this had to happen, so let's hope it is not irretrievable.

Tom West



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Posted 21 August 2013 - 17:41

The change in the forum layout also changed the page numbers. All the index goes to recycle bin. I think I will do not more updates. Any better idea? Sorry.

 

Now that really is an unfortunate consequence of the forum re-jig.

 

The 'post per page' count used to be 40. It now appears that it is 50. So, 50/40 = 1.25.

 

So if we divide the old page number as it appears in the original index by 1.25, we should be able to obtain the new/current page number.

 

However I suspect that this in many cases will prove a page out, due to past post deletions etc.

 

So if in each case we just take the whole number after the calculation, we should obtain the new page number.

 

Example

 

750 Spider Tubolare (Competition Model) by John.A.Marsden – page 238

238/1.25 = 190.4

So 750 Spider Tubolare should now appear, post forum change on page 190.

 

BT19 by Serge Bellu - page 104 

104/1.25 = 83.2

So BT19 by Serge Bellu should now appear on page 83.

 

1955 Goliath by Thierry - page 254

254/1.25 = 203.2

So 1955 Goliath by Thierry – should now appear on page 203



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Posted 21 August 2013 - 17:44

I just looked up the Deutch-Bonnet, and this is, indeed, the Monomill of 1954.  It was built with a Panhard 500cc opposed twin engine mounted out front of the front axle, which seemed like it would give it a bit of a strange handling, but it seemed like a lot of these things from that era probably had similar characteristics.  I gather it wasn't overly successful with the Panhard running against some of the more powerful JAP and Norton-engined cars, having only 35hp to work with.  The company was much more successful with their little GT and sports coupes. They did come up with an interesing race series that was built around their existing Formula Junior, the car now identified as the Monomill. The drivers in this championship series would lease the cars for a particular race, to be supplied on-site by D-B, who would hold a lottery to see who got what car. Gather there was some interesting racing out of this concept, and the premier race, with a few big name guest drivers, was won by Jo Schlesser. The series was to expand for 1955, but met with the year-long ban of all motorsports in France following the huge LeMans crash of that year.  Only two races would be run, leading to major financial problems for the company who sold their cars off to cover debts, ending the D-B association.

 

Just thought you might like to see a bit of the story on this rather interesting little singleseater.

 

Tom West

 

Thanks, Tom. :up:

 

Thanks also to Rod.



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Posted 22 August 2013 - 01:48

Trabant 601

 

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Slightly naively work, which is even more accentuated by change of background, but on some strange way kind of likable one. Webfind.



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Posted 22 August 2013 - 16:59

Rover 75

 

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Posted 22 August 2013 - 17:03

Honda FCX Clarity

 

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Posted 22 August 2013 - 19:08

I agree with Tom - even though sometimes duplicates get posted because the index is so large and we look in the wrong place, it is a very valuable tool. And, it actually doesn't necessarily have to go into the trash.

 

Werks' idea about dividing the existing number by 1.25 is a great idea. For those of us who don't do arithmetic functions easily in our heads (even though my undergraduate degree was mathematics), the same result is achieved by multiplying by 0.8 (which I can do in my head).     10 ÷ 1.25 = 8 = 0.8 x 10   Dropping the remaining decimal will probably give the correct page most of the time.

 

So, if any entries into the index going forward were numbered New-number (e.g., New-257, or n257, or whatever), we could continue to use the index. New, prefaced numbers would be the page indicated, numbers without a prefix would be the number multiplied by 0.8.

 

If Ibsen still wants to "retire" (he's carried the ball for a long time, been a great asset for all of us, and certainly has a right to a life away from the forum if he so desires) we need someone to assume that responsibility. Ibsen, if you want to keep it, you do such a great job that no one would object.

 

Peter



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Posted 22 August 2013 - 19:54

I started a test trial conversion earlier today, and although I didn’t get very far before I quickly became cross-eyed with it and fell on my sword, it can be done, and is quite accurate if anyone wishes to take on the challenge, but it would take a long time I feel (A couple of months) and is a tedious process. (And Toms original 'common sense' idea keeps coming to mind, "couldn’t they just revert back to the default 40 posts per page").

 

I was soon defeated by the process, in terms of time etc.

 

However, the accuracy is fairly reliable. Whether  you divide by 1.25 or as Peter states multiply by 0.8. But there does appear to be a threshold of about 0.6.

 

That is 22.1, 22.2, 22.3, 22.4, 22.5 would = Page 22.

 

And 22.7, 22.8, 22.9 would = page 23. As you would expect.

 

But 22.6 becomes a grey area, that you have to check manually. (Can be either page 22 or 23, as that post falls either at the end of a page or the beginning of the next). And this is really what slows the process down. And then the process is confused further by the number of posts that have been dropped or deleted in the past.

 

Below are the results that I got earlier.

 

TNF Cutaway drawing and its artists Index page 01 to page 360 (to edit to page 288#) up to post # 12763 - part A

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AUTOMOBILES / SUV / 4WD / OFF-ROAD

ABARTH

500 Pinifarina Record Car 1958 by Giovanni Cavara - page 37-122

750 Spider Tubolare (Competition Model) by John.A.Marsden - page 190

750 Zagato Coupe 1956 by Giovanni Cavara - page 122

1750cc 'Delta S4' engine by Niedermeier(?) - page 204

2000 Sport Spyder by Franco Rosso - page 40-83

2200 engine (based on the Fiat 6) by Giovanni Cavara - page 122

Alfa Romeo Pininfarina 1100 Record chassis by artist unknown - page 197 (Not a cutaway)

Fiat 750 GT DoubleBubble by Shin Yoshikawa - page 165

Fiat 750cc bored-out 600 block engine by artist unknown - page 194

Fiat OT1300 Coupe by Shin Yoshikawa - page 165

Fiat single-seater streamliner rolling-chassis by artist unknown - page 194

 

AC CARS

Ace 1954 sporting chassis by artist unknown - page 204

Ace Bristol 1956-1962 by Robert Roux - page 218

Ace Bristol by Robert Roux - page 221

Aceca Bristol 1956-1963 by Robert Roux - page 218

 

ACMA (Ateliers de Construction de Motocycles et d'Automobiles)

Vespa 400 1957-61 by artist unknown - page 220

 

ACURA

NSX by David Kimble - page 242

NSX-R GT by Takashi Jufuku - page 236

 

ADLER

front power unit by Siegfried Werner - page 169

front wheel drive, rear torsion bar springing by Siegfried Werner - page 169

 

AJS

1932 by John Ferguson - page 81

 

ALEC ISSIGONIS

Lightweight Special with Austin Seven engine by John Ferguson - page 68-89-113 (cutaway, details and sketches)

Early study in torsion-bar suspension by Alec Issigonis - page 216

 

ALFA ROMEO

6C 1750 Gran Sport engine cross section by artist unknown - page 217

6C 1750 Zagato by Yoshihiro Inomoto - page 228

6C 2500 Freccia d'Oro 1947-1952 by Giovanni Cavara - page 121-196(colour)

6C 2500 SS Corsa 1939-1940 by Giovanni Cavara - page 37-123

6C 2900 by Giovanni Cavara - page 37

6C Super Sport 1929 by Max Millar - page 169

6C Special longitudinal section by artist unknown - page 230

8C 2300 1932 by Tony Townsend - page 94

8C 2300 1933 by Robert Roux - page 87-161

8C 2300 1933 Le Mans Winner (Nuvolari/Sommer) by Robert Roux - page 134

8C 2300 Monza by Yoshihiro Inomoto - page 104-118-146

8C 2900B Coupe 1937 by artist unknown (National Motor Museum) - page 94 

8C by Rens Biesma - page 37

33 1967 Sport Prototype engine by Giovanni Cavara - page 216-230

33 1967 by artist unknown - page 62

33 1967 (Periscopica) by Giovanni Cavara - page 62-212

33 1967 drawings (not a cutaway) by Betti (Giulio or Bruno?) - page 62

33 Periscopio 1967 by Vic Berris - page 162-189

33 Periscopio 1967 chassis and front suspension by Vic Berris - page 189

33 Q4 by Sitta - page 123

33 Stradale by Shin Yoshikawa - page 231

33 1.5 Quadrifoglio Oro 1983 by artist unknown - page 215

33-2 rear suspension by Vic Berris - page 189

33-2 Coda Lunga by artist unknown - page 214

33-3 1970 by Betti (Giulio or Bruno?) - page 62

33SC12 1977 by artist unknown - page 62

33TT3 1971 prototype by Giorgio Piola - page 205-207

3 3TT3 1972 by Bruno Betti - page 62-95-238

33TT12 1973 by Bruno Betti - page 62-95

75 1.8 Turbo Sedan ITCC by Bruno Betti - page 238

90 1984 by artist unknown (Betti?) - page 108

90 2.5 iniezione Quadrifoglio Oro 1984 by Giulio Betti - page 242

155 by artist unknown - page 183

155 TI V6 DTM 1995 by Giulio Betti - page 108-123

155 TI V6 DTM by Bruno Betti - page 107

155 TI V6 DTM by Milanesi - page 107

155 TS by Milanesi - page 197

155 V6 TI ITC 1996 by Betti (Giulio or Bruno?) - page 108-123###

156 Super Touring 1998 by artist unknown - page 138

158 by Giovanni Cavara - page 42-122-162

159 Alfetta by Bruno Betti - page 112(link only)-162

159 Alfetta by Laurence Watts - page 25-30-112 (link only)

159 Alfetta by Serge Bellu - page 53

159 Alfetta side view by artist unknown - page 25-30

159 Alfetta longitudinal section by Bruno Betti - page 239

160 1952 4WD by Giovanni Cavara - page 180

160 engine by Giovanni Cavara - page 122

164 by Sitta - page 123

164 Q4 1994 by artist unknown - page 231

179 by Paolo D'Allesio - page 34

316 V16 1939 by Giovanni Cavara - page 130

512 1940 by Giulio Betti - page 34

512 1939 by artist unknown - page 111 (plan view and longitudinal section - Not a cutaway)

750 Series 1290cc 4 cylinder Giulietta engine by Schlenzig - page 199-226

1500 SS 1926 by Max Millar - page 244

1750 Berlina by artist unknown - page 199

1750 Berlina 1968 by Bruno Betti - page 229

1750 GT Veloce by artist unknown - page 117

1750 GTV (2000 GTV?) 1969 by Paul Shakespeare - page 94

1750 Spider Veloce 1967 by artist unknown - page 251

179 1980 by Sergio Baratto - page 169-206

179T by Bruno Betti - page 50

182T by Sergio Baratto - page 142

1900 1950 by L. C. Cresswell - page 220

2000 Sportiva 1954 by Giovanni Cavara - page 123

2000 Sportiva 1954 by Giovanni Cavara - page 37

2000 GTV DOHC 4 cylinder 8V by artist unknown - page 226

2300 by artist unknown - page 54 (?) Walter Brito (?)

2900B by artist unknown - page 36

Alfasud 1971 by Bruno Betti - page 230

Alfasud 1972 by Dick Ellis - page 108

Alfasud boxer engine by artist unknown - page 216

Alfetta 2000 1978 by artist unknown - page 91

Alfetta 2000L 1978 by Betti (?) - page 198

Alfetta GT by Franco Rosso - page 54

AR51 "Matta" by Giulio Betti - page 53

Bimotore 1935 by Brian Hatton - page 34 - "The non-Conformists" Nr? article by Cyril Posthumus

Bimotore 1935 by Giulio Betti - page 34

Boxer 12 cylinder 1952 engine by Giovanni Cavara - page 181

Canguro by Makoto Ouchi - page 54

Disco Volante by Clarence LaTourette - page 66-69

Disco Volante by Makoto Ouchi - page 217 (link only)

DOHC 4 cylinder ('Spica' fuel injected) engine by artist unknown - page 198

Flat 12 3000cc by Bruno Betti - page 43

Giulia gearbox by artist unknown - page 253

Giulia 1300 by Bruno Betti - page 96-238

Giulia 1300 Super by Franco Rosso - page 223

Giulia by Bruno Nestola - page 95

Giulia GTA by Bruno Betti - page 96-239

Giulia Sprint GT Veloce by Jiro Yamada - page 108

Giulia TI 1962 by Giovanni Cavara - page 212

Giulia TZ1 by Clarence LaTourette - page 69

Giulietta Berlina 1955-64 by Bruno Betti - page 130-224-244

Giulietta 4 Cylinder 1955 engine by Giulio Betti - page 244

Giulietta Spider 1955 by Giovanni Cavara - page 123

Giulietta Spider 4-cylinder engine and transmission by Giovanni Cavara - page 123

Giulietta Spider by Shin Yoshikawa - page 163-165

Giulietta Sprint 1954 Bertone by Giovanni Cavara - page 83

Giulietta Sprint 1957 by Gianni Alloisi - page 192

Giulietta Sprint Special 1959 by Giovanni Cavara - page 212

Giulietta Sprint Veloce 1966 by Giovanni Cavara - page 212

JTD Diesel DOHC 1910cc 4 cylinder 16V engine by artist unknown - page 226

Montreal by Bruno Betti - page 36 (green)-200 (orange)

Montreal engine by Bruno Betti(?) - page 36

Monza engine by L. C. Cresswell - page 134-140

OSI Scarabeo 1966 by Sergio Baratto - page 62

P2 1924 by Giulio Betti - page 43-84-244

P3 by artist unknown - page 36-250

P3 by G.Gedo - page 173-207 (with the independent Dubonnet front suspension and reversed quarter-elliptic springs at the rear, introduced in 1935)

P3 by Bruno Betti - page 34 -244

P3 by L. C. Cresswell - page 190-201 

P3 by Tony Matthews - page 34-51-119

P3 1935 by artist unknown - page 214

P3 engine cross section by artist unknown - page 250 (Not a cutaway)

P3 divided final drive twin propellor shafts by artist unknown - page 159 (Section - Not a cutaway)

P3 front axle radius arm arrangement by L. C. Cresswell - page 208

P3 engine by L. C. Cresswell - page 195

P3 (study) by L. C. Cresswell - page 190

Spider Duetto by Jiro Yamada - page 110

Sprint Veloce 4-cylinder engine by Giovanni Cavara - page 123

Sprint Veloce roadster by Clarence LaTourette - page 69

TS 75 DOHC 2000cc 16V 1985 engine by artist unknown - page 226

TZ1 by Shin Yoshikawa - page 114-164

TZ1 by Bruno Nestola (?) - page 244

V6 2.5L 24v by UIS Grafica Tecnica - page 151

V6 2500cc 1979 engine by Bruno Betti - page 108

V8 1500 Turbo F1 engine by Sergio Baratto - page 143 (Not a cutaway)

V8 2650 Turbo engine by Bruno Betti - page 34

V16 3-Litre 1939 by artist unknown - page 109 (cross section - Not a cutaway)

 

ALLARD

J Type rear suspension by artist unknown - page 246

J2X by Yoshihiro Inomoto - page 182

J2X by Hubert Redmill - page 182-205-227

 

ALPINE

A110 by Bruno Betti - page 70

A110 by Editechnic - page 84

A110 by artist unknown - page 223

A210 1967 by Theo Page - page 116

A220 1968 by Editechnic - page 114(colour)-166

A310 V6 by E.T.A.I France - page 103-217

A310 by Editechnique - page 219-223

A610 by E.T.A.I France - page 103

GTA V6 Turbo by E.T.A.I France - page 103

M64 1964 by artist unknown (Cavara?) - page 114

 

ALTA

1.5 Litre by Max Millar - page 213             

2-litre engine H.W.M Team by Max Millar - page 169      

2.5 Litre F1 engine by Max Millar - page 134        

Cooper 1953 by artist unknown - page 166-214  

Cooper rear suspension by artist unknown - page 166   

Racing Car by Max Millar(?) - page 123   

               

ALVIS   

1926 front assembly by artist unknown - page 169           

1933 20 Rolling Chassis by Pratt - page 87              

               

AMATI 

Four wheel steering 4WD 1925 prototype by artist unknown - page 149

               

AMC     

AMX by artist unknown - page 78            

AMX-2 concept car by artist unknown - page 191             

AMX-3 1970 by Giorgio Alisi - page 202  

Gremlin 1972 by artist unknown - page 191         

Hornet 1995 by Terry Davey - page 174 

Renault Alliance 1985 by Terry Davey - page 181               

               

AMILCAR            

C6 1926 by Jeremy Gower - page 94       

               

AMPHICAR        

by artist unknown (1964)- page 182        

by Rosso(?) - page 69    

               

ARMSTRONG SIDDELEY

1932 interior by John Ferguson - page 81 (Not a cutaway)            

Engine and gearbox by Max Millar - page 134     

Sapphire 3.4-litre by artist unknown - page 201 

               

ARROWS             

A11 by Giorgio Piola - page 138 

A12 1989 by Sergio Baratto - page 169    

A3 by Sergio Baratto - page 169-205        

FA1 by Giorgio Piola - page 76    

               

ARSENAL C.T.A 

V.8 1.5-litre engine and sliding block suspension unit by L. C. Cresswell - page 191            

               

ASTON MARTIN

AMR 1 by Mark Hoare - page 227

Atom (not a cutaway) by artist unknown - page 195

Atom engine cross section by artist unknown - page 195

Bulldog by Vic Berris - page 224-225

Bulldog, Lagonda, Vantage and Volante Studies by John Evans - page 224 (Not a cutaway)

DB1 two-litre engine by artist unknown - page 208

DB1 chassis by artist unknown - page 208

DB2 by R. E. Poulton - page 129-205

DB2 by Harold Bubb - page 163-164

DB2 by Hubert Redmill - page 253

DB2/2-4 by James A. Allington - page 74

DB2-4 by R. E. Poulton - page 205

DB3 by R. E. Poulton - page 204

DB3 chassis by Teo Page - page 243

DB3S 1954 by John Ferguson - page 133

DB3S by Bruno Betti - page 75

DB3S by Theo Page - page 54

DB3S by Tony Matthews - page 55-60

DB3S by John Hostler - page 253

DB4 Zagato by Ian Cleaver - page 80

DB5 1964 by John Ferguson - page 163

DB6 by Inkwell - page 70

DBR1 by James A. Allington - page 80

DBR1 by TD Collins - page 18-128-164

DBR1 by Tony Matthews - page 03-17-117

DBR1 engine by R. E. Poulton - page 213

DBR1-300 by Clarence LaTourette - page 70

DBR1-300 by John Walkden Fisher - page 254

DBR4-250 by Clarence LaTourette - page 113

DBS 1967 by artist unknown - page 206

International 1930 by Yoshihiro Inomoto - page 154

International sports road car chassis 1932 form by Max Millar - page 163

Sporting Light Car chassis side-elevation by artist unknown - page 133

Supercharger 1926 by artist unknown - page 169

V8 1975 longitudinal section by artist unknown - page 128 (not a cutaway)

V8 engine by Brian Hatton - page 77

V8 engine by John A. Marsden - page 190

Vantage by Martin Donavan - page 94-189

Virage V8 1991 by Giulio Betti - page 195

 

ATALANTA MOTORS

chassis, four-wheel independent suspension, Cotal gearbox by artist unknown - page 195-240

 

ATILLA

Atilla Ford 1963 by Gordon Bruce - page 30-65

 

ATS

2500 GT 1963 by artist unknown ( After G. Cavara) - page 201

2500 GT 1963 by Giovanni Cavara - page 100-212

F1 1963 by artist unknown - page 38-82 (?) Vic Berris - Bruno Betti (?)

F1 1963 by Clarence LaTourette - page 70

F1 1963 by Giovanni Cavara - page 38-215

 

AUBURN

Speedster by Tony Matthews - page 74

 

AUDI

200 Quattro Trans Am 1988 by N. Schäfer (Technical Art) - page 174

50 engine and gearbox by artist unknown - page 142

80 1978 by Schlenzig - page 240

80 GTE German Group 2 Touring Car Series by Bruno Betti - page 170

80 LS B1 by artist unknown - page 185

80 Single belt-driven camshaft engine by Schlenzig - page 157

90 by Schlenzig - page 233

90 engine by Schlenzig - page 233

A4 1994 engine by artist unknown - page 106

Avant RS2 by artist unknown (Technical Art ?) - page 162

F1 Concept by Michael Stirm - page 25

Quattro 1982 by Lawrence Watts - page 121

Quattro by artist unknown (Audi AG) - page 93

Quattro by Giorgio Alisi - page 90

Quattro by Schlenzig - page 233

Quattro longitudinal section by Schlenzig - page 233 (Not a cutaway)

Quattro engine (original intercooler, turbo and engine layout diagram) by Schlenzig - page 199

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End Quattro engine by artist unknown - page 219###

 

As you can see, I barely got out of the 'A's before I was seeing double.

 

But Peter is right in what he says, even left as is, the index still functions as an accurate list of content. Content which is still searchable within the thread. And it was a great effort by Ibsen to maintain it so accurately for so long.


Edited by werks prototype, 22 August 2013 - 21:03.


#12848 Karabas

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Posted 25 August 2013 - 09:54

The Hawker Typhoon IB Cutaway by James Clark

 

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Edited by Karabas, 25 August 2013 - 10:05.


#12849 ibsenop

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Posted 28 August 2013 - 00:36

Cessna T50 Bobcat by artist unknown (in house cutaway)

 

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Please, does anyone know where is the "Jump to Page" button in this new forum format?


Edited by ibsenop, 28 August 2013 - 00:40.


#12850 helioseism

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Posted 28 August 2013 - 01:23

Please, does anyone know where is the "Jump to Page" button in this new forum format?

 

Click on "page X of Y" next to the PREV button.


Edited by helioseism, 28 August 2013 - 01:24.