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#12901 Jian10

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Posted 09 October 2013 - 20:17

Here's the cutaway of North American T-6 by Aviagraphica , as requested by motorcar from another forum (I don't have account there):

 

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#12902 Motocar

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Posted 10 October 2013 - 11:45

Thank you for that contribution Jian10 North American T-6 Texan, precisely was in search of this cut schematic to create a couple of changes little known versions of the same, soon be uploading both jobs
 
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Posted 15 October 2013 - 22:36

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Westland-Aerospatiale Lynx. Artist, unknown.

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Fiat 500 Giardiniera. Artist, unknown. (More than a bit faint).



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Posted 15 October 2013 - 22:36

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Villiers 174cc 2L. Artist, Johnstone.

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Villiers 122cc, 10D. Artist, Vic Berris.



#12905 Motocar

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Posted 17 October 2013 - 13:04

Cutaway, Soap Box schematic court of a race car design made ​​soap boxes gravity racing, model featured in Popular Mechanics magazine, they lack the gravity engine and only allows Expedited and acquire high speeds, these are very popular even today in the USA, and continue organizing races this guy very aerodynamic cars

 

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#12906 Jian10

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Posted 18 October 2013 - 01:35

Here is a cutaway of Douglas F4D-1 Skyray I found in Air internationl (Oct, 1982), signed by D.P. Don't know who that was though.
 
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Posted 22 October 2013 - 04:29

The Joe 90 Car and McClaines car, Gerry Anderson 60s Tv series, author unknow and the blog:

http://projectswordt...led-part-3.html

 

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Moonbus Gerry Anderson 60s Tv series

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Jet air Cra, 60s Gerryu Anderson Tv series

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Posted 23 October 2013 - 18:04

Here's a FLIGHT cutaway of Saunders-Roe SR.45 Princess created by Arthur Bowbeer in 1952:
 
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Posted 25 October 2013 - 00:26

North American "Super Texan" Cutaway, a proposal to update the reliable and beloved T-6 "Texan" with a transparent cover and continuing lowest one-piece windshield visibility into three sections, drift extension with a fin continues to the rear, tricycle landing gear, engine modifications with air intake for the oil cooler under the engine, which now has a new ring with lower air intake and exhaust positioned on both sides of it, more range thanks to the installation of fuel tanks at the wingtips of planes, taken from a Cessna 310, a plane generally looks more attractive. This version was developed by THE Bacon Corp. of Santa Monica. U.S. Copyright Aviagraphica and modified by Motocar to recreate this unique version of "Super Texan", has an excellent full detail format,  I wanted to thank for kindly Jian10 cutting up original schematic allowed me to develop this modest work , there are still several versions pending on the same plane.

 

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#12910 Magoo

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Posted 26 October 2013 - 23:02

For your browsing convenience, all the Tony Matthews cutaway stories featured at Mac's Motor City Garage.com to date, as a collection:


Tony Matthews at Mac's Motor City Garage.com


And links to all the features individually:


Maserati 250F 

Williams FW07

Honda Accord BTCC 

Ilmor Chevrolet 265A Indy engine 

Williams FW14

Auburn 851 Speedster 

Buick Ilmor Indy V8 Never-Was

1994 Penske PC23 


Chevy Ilmor 265B Indy engine

Penske 8760 Series damper

Lotus 95T Renault 

Penske PC9 Cosworth Indy Car

BRM V16

Tom's Toyota Supra Touring Car Racer 

Vermont American March 83C 
 

 



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#12911 Motocar

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Posted 29 October 2013 - 04:02

Vehicle ATV Cutaway, amateur construction, powered by a motor scooter that features six-wheel traction through a simple system of pulleys and belts, is a sports car buggies, amphibious vehicles and for use in wooded areas, wetlands, snow, areas with long winters, built by enthusiasts different designs and snowmobiles.

For those interested in snowmobiling recommended the book I. Yuvenaleva "younger designers snowmobile" (New York: Books for Children, 1966), author not identified and taken from the Russian website:
 
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Traction mechanism detail on all six wheels
 
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#12912 CVA

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Posted 29 October 2013 - 15:54

MG A by Giovanni ,Cavara

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Posted 29 October 2013 - 16:00

mercury v8 sedan by Max Millar

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Posted 30 October 2013 - 05:23

Just recently there have been lots of old fashioned draftsmen coming out on this

almost convergent thread here:

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Did Europeans do naughty things with rubber bands, and still write in caps?



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Posted 30 October 2013 - 10:33

On Pinterest=http://www.pinterest.../cutaway-views/



#12916 RDV

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Posted 01 November 2013 - 17:28

More from Pinterest=

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Posted 01 November 2013 - 18:06

Unlike the previous set you linked there not many of this set are titled - and those that are somtimes are a bit strange, such as this drawing of the Cross valve captioned "Cylinder head & cam drive" when the whole point is a rotory valve not cam-operated valves. Blown up to this size we can see the real and correct caption

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Posted 07 November 2013 - 08:03

Hi, my latest effort, line illustration of a 1986 Porsche 962-120 from photographic reference.

 

http://www.hubgarage...lineworkweb.jpg

 

Currently working on a 1977 McLaren M26, should be finished before Christmas.



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Posted 08 November 2013 - 17:56

Roy, I am liking the look of your illustrations, very clean and great choices.  I have a complete research package to allow me to do a McLaren M8D when I get to is, so looking forward to your earlier McLaren. 

Can I assume that these are completely done on computer?  If so, what program are you using for your work?  I actually have a piece that is partially done that I tried to do with a computer, but using the same overall technique that I was using with my board illustratons.  It got to be hugely detailed, but took much longer than actually just drawing the damned thing. Jiust want to know what you are using, if you don't mind giving away your secrets.  I have four projects in line for after I am more able to work again, one LSR car and three salt roadsters, so a litlte different flavor coming, and all will be done on a drawing board (well, light table to be precise).

That hubgarage has some really cool artwork, especially if you like the cartoon style work, which is rather fun in contrast to the OCD cutaways that we know and love.

Thanks.

Tom West



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Posted 09 November 2013 - 22:33

Looking for something else the other day I found a link to this cutaway for the
Velocette Roarer supercharged motorcycle from 1939
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I have a hi res scan on the engine if required for personal use. Pls pm me. I have left the screen shot as it was as it gives a technical description of the engine for info.
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Posted 12 November 2013 - 07:54

Roy, I am liking the look of your illustrations, very clean and great choices.  I have a complete research package to allow me to do a McLaren M8D when I get to is, so looking forward to your earlier McLaren. 

Can I assume that these are completely done on computer?  If so, what program are you using for your work?  I actually have a piece that is partially done that I tried to do with a computer, but using the same overall technique that I was using with my board illustratons.  It got to be hugely detailed, but took much longer than actually just drawing the damned thing. Jiust want to know what you are using, if you don't mind giving away your secrets.  I have four projects in line for after I am more able to work again, one LSR car and three salt roadsters, so a litlte different flavor coming, and all will be done on a drawing board (well, light table to be precise).

That hubgarage has some really cool artwork, especially if you like the cartoon style work, which is rather fun in contrast to the OCD cutaways that we know and love.

Thanks.

Tom West

Hi Tom, many thanks for the comments.  The Porsche is No; 1, part of a commission, 10 historic race cars, McLaren No; 2.  Long way to go as all in spare time.  Software is Corel draw X6, where ever I have worked, Corel Drawis the application used.  Here at work we conducted a thorough comparison with Adobe Illustrator, Corel won hands down, Illustrator had only one point that was better than Corel. So Corel we are.  But do have CS6 suite and Illustrator is used from time to time.  Hubgarage also has some nice marker pen type illustrations old school feel about them too.



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Posted 12 November 2013 - 17:19

Thanks for the information on the Corel Draw, Roy.  I had not even approached that program, so was trying to do my ilustration on Photoshop.  It was working, but I am verrrrry slow using it. Seems like Illustrator would work better, and maybe Corel, too.  I almost live with Photoshop based on the photo work that I do, but even that isn't exactly taxing the power of the program at all.

As to your ten-car series, that sounds like an amazing project.  I am looking forward to seeing the result as you get them completed.
Thanks.
Tom West



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Posted 12 November 2013 - 21:08

Thanks for the information on the Corel Draw, Roy.  I had not even approached that program, so was trying to do my ilustration on Photoshop.  It was working, but I am verrrrry slow using it. Seems like Illustrator would work better, and maybe Corel, too.  I almost live with Photoshop based on the photo work that I do, but even that isn't exactly taxing the power of the program at all.

As to your ten-car series, that sounds like an amazing project.  I am looking forward to seeing the result as you get them completed.
Thanks.
Tom West

Corel is by far the best and easier to than Illustrator, the 3 point elipse tool is a dream, drag it along the major axis and let it expand to the elipse you need. Plus elipse tool has only one node so you can select it and remove what part you do not want but it stays as an editable elipse.  the other cars will be done as and when they are in UK from USA where they are raced and return here for sericing etc.



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Posted 14 November 2013 - 21:03

Webster 2 litre
I know I have posted this previously, but I was looking up some Webster stuff and thought it worthwhile to repeat it.
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Posted 22 November 2013 - 18:32

Alfa Romeo Arna SL (920) '1983

 

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Posted 24 November 2013 - 15:19

Has everyone lost interest since the format change?????



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Posted 24 November 2013 - 16:51

Pretty much. Just turned off the farce of a Grand Prix - correction: F1 race - on TV too. Over and probably out - PW



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Posted 24 November 2013 - 16:53

Alfa Romeo ES 30 '1989 (Alfa Romeo R.Z. pre-production prototype, was shown in Geneva)

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Posted 25 November 2013 - 11:14

Good Morning (or whatever other part of the day it may be in your geographical location) from a new kid on the block.

 

What an incredible thread this is! I only stumbled across it about a week ago through a link from an aviation site. I've been spellbound ever since (much to the annoyance of the good lady). The depth and breadth of knowledge is absolutely mid-blowing.

 

Technically, it is also outstanding. If anyone has tried to reach a specific page on the 'Flight Global Archive', you have to pick your year and then go through four archive pages, containing twenty magazine pages, at a time to reach your specific page. By contrast here you have a 'Go To' function that is so much more convenient. Mind you, that wouldn't be nearly so convenient without Ibsenop's magnum opus in the production of the index.

 

As I said I came to this thread from an aviation site, and as the link brought me in somewhere near the end of the thread, I have been working from back to front through it and it has become more and more frustrating as I've gone back to find out how much has been removed. However, somewhere about page 169 I noticed that JoeKane was archiving everything and hoping to produce it on DVD. How did that work out?, and would it be possible to get a copy? and if so, how much?.

 

Talking of stuff that has been removed, I can understand images being pulled if there turns out to be copyright issues or if someone is wanting to free up space in their image-shack account, but why remove odd pages from a magazine article? For instance I am very interested in the articles on the various cutaway artists, and presume it was probably copyright which caused the David Kimble interview to be pulled (DRAT), but why remove the middle page of the 'Sports Car' article on the same artist? Similarly, 'Beneath the Skin' is missing pages 1,4 and 6! Even stranger, the articles on the Betti brothers which Ibsenop lists as being on pages 47-49 (adjusted to 37-39) have no trace I can see of ever having existed.

 

By way of a thank you, I'm now going to have to go through my library of cutaways and see what I have that hasn't surfaced on here yet.  Unfortunately, I won't be able to quote chapter and verse on their origins as mine are all pulled from the web.

 

Brian Johnston (No, no relation to Johnners, who spelt his name with an E on the end).



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Posted 25 November 2013 - 22:31

Brian,

Good to have someone come in and talk about their experience being exposed to all the material here. At a certain point, just your comments show you to be a kindred spirit, so please consider yourself to be welcomed here.
I had noticed various things being dropped, including some of my own links through ImageShack.  When you commented on the Beneath the Skin series, I went to my Images there and found that page 4 had the image dropped, but 1 and 6 are there.  Check this link and see if it works:

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From there you should be able to access the rest of my posted images, just in case those hold any interest for you.

Look forward to seeing some of your new contributions to the collection here.
Tom West



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Posted 26 November 2013 - 11:57

Greetings Tom reading his previous post Imageshack.us visit your link and I'm interested in this cutaway unfortunately only comes in very small format and announces that is not available, so I would like to appreciate beautiful car "FrankenStude"

 

Greetings Motocar.


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Posted 26 November 2013 - 12:01

I wanted to know if some friend on the forum knows how to use the index since the changes to the new format was a shift between the pages, to me it makes it hard to access the cutaways that interest me at a given time is made​​, any solution or suggestion much estimate it.
 
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Posted 26 November 2013 - 14:28

"Zero" version schematic cut by Kitplane construction of replicas of fighters of the Second World War in this hand cutaway of a booked Mitsubishi A6M "Zero", built with wood, carving poliuretanopara fuselage and covered with fiber glass, this company has already developed plans to build replicas of fighters like the P-51 Mustang, the P-47 Thunderbolt, Hawker Hurricane, Focke Wolf FW-190, FW-190D Dora, Vought Corsair and others, author not identified and modified by motorcar to recreate this version of the Zero Kitplane of WAR

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Posted 27 November 2013 - 15:44

Hi, my latest effort, line illustration of a 1986 Porsche 962-120 from photographic reference.

 

http://www.hubgarage...lineworkweb.jpg

 

Currently working on a 1977 McLaren M26, should be finished before Christmas.

Going to be after Christmas now for the McLaren to be finished, working on multiple illustrations for a Haynes Manual about Heathrow Airport, taking longer than expected and waiting for confirmation on specific details.  Will lt you all know when done.



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Posted 28 November 2013 - 13:52

Right, here we go to try and post my first contribution to this thread. As I said, all my images are from the web and are therefor of very variable quality. Also, being from the web, I cannot guarantee the copyright status, so if there are any problems let me know.

 

:mad: I don't understand! I can't get the computer to paste into the reply box.  I followed Macoran's instructions that he posted 3010/2009 and all goes well until I try to paste the URL. I get a message saying "Do you want to give this site access to you clipboard?". I say yes and then nothing happens, either by using "Right-click Paste" or using the Paste button.  Anyone got any ideas?



#12936 TWest

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Posted 29 November 2013 - 06:15

Guys, I have been carrying a bunch of cutaway scans that I wanted to get out there to everyone. There is a range of quality levels, but I did the best with them that I could based on what is going on with the printing. We start with Brian Hatton's illustration of the Gurney-Westlake V-12 from the December, 1967 Road and Track. 
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Posted 29 November 2013 - 06:18

Another one of the sketch-style Brian Hatton illustrations, this one of teh UOP Shadow DN-1 Formula 1 car out of 1973. This was reprinted as part of a retrospective series in Motorsports of June, 2003.
Tom West

 

 

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Posted 29 November 2013 - 06:22

This is another piece in the retrospective series of Motorsport, from November, 2003. This was the Jaguar XJ-13 from 1965, as illustrated by John Hostler.

Tom West

 

 

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Posted 29 November 2013 - 06:25

Another piece from those old magazines, Clarence LaTourette's illustration of the Stanguelini Formula Junior as it appeared in Sports Car Illustrated, May, 1959.

Tom West

 

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Posted 29 November 2013 - 06:29

Another Sports Car Illustrated piece from the February, 1957 edition. This is another of the monthly series from Clarence LaTourette of the Porsche Spyder.

Tom West

 

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#12941 TWest

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Posted 29 November 2013 - 06:32

Part of a book presentation, this is the John Marsden version of the Ferrari 246 Formula 1 car.

Tom West

 

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#12942 TWest

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Posted 29 November 2013 - 06:37

Among my most anticipated cutaway finds in those magazines over the years were always the new Tony Matthews pieces from Indy and Formula 1. The problem, looking back, again was the printing quality, so again, I apologize to Tony for any slight in that area as I post it here.  This is the Penske PC-16 in Pennzoil markings in Open Wheel Magazine, October, 1987.

Tom West

 

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#12943 TWest

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Posted 29 November 2013 - 06:41

This is another of those beautiful Tony Matthews pieces out of Indycar. This is the followup to my previous post, the Penske PC-17 from 1988.  Circle Track, June, 1988.

Tom West

 

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Posted 29 November 2013 - 06:45

The third in the Tony Matthews series from those Open Wheel magazines in the US, this being Open Wheel Magazine from August, 1995, featuring the Penske PC-24.

Tom West

 

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#12945 TWest

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Posted 29 November 2013 - 06:51

We step into the pages of a rather limited run publication that was run as sort of a yearbook type of thing, the High Performance Cars out of 1957-1958. This is the Gordini Formula 2 car of 1958 as illustrated by Theo Page.

Tom West

 

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#12946 TWest

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Posted 29 November 2013 - 07:14

Another rather interesting subject from High Performance Cars 1957-1958, this is the MG-181 Record car that was used on the Salt Flats for high speed runs.

Tom West

 

Page,Theo-MGEX181Record-1957-HighPerfCars1957-1958

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#12947 TWest

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Posted 29 November 2013 - 07:18

This Porsche 904 GTS came from Sports Car Graphic, May, 1964. The Theo Page piece had been buried on a rather heavy turquoise as the background, so it, as with a couple of the others, does not really come through completely the way I would like it, but this is all I could do with it.

Tom West

 

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#12948 TWest

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Posted 29 November 2013 - 07:22

While never the most detailed illustrations, the series of Giorgio Piola has provided a great presentation of the changes in Formula 1 Technology for many years.  This is his rendition of the McLaren MP4-1E from 1983.

Tom West

 

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#12949 TWest

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Posted 29 November 2013 - 07:25

This is a color rendition, unsigned or attritributed, of the Lancia Delta S4 Intagrale WRC from 1985.  Don't have the magazine reference at this point for some reason, but I think it has been seen around here previously.

Tom West

 

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Posted 29 November 2013 - 07:31

This is another of those old ink drawings, done in the Cavara style of the day, but unsigned and unattributed in Sports Car Graphic, November, 1959, where it appeared.  It was shown as the Maserati Type 60, so it should have been the model just before the classic Birdcage.  If anyone can lock down the illustrator, that would be cool, but don't think it is Cavara.

Tom West

 

Unknown-MaseratiType60-SCG11-1959

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