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#12951 Duc-Man

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Posted 29 November 2013 - 17:12

Thanks for posting those drawings Tom.

I just noticed something on imageshack: if you click on a picture it goes to the next/prvious image instead of going to (almost) fullscreen mode.

How do I look at something in big??? How can I save an image now??? :cry:



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#12952 tbolt

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Posted 29 November 2013 - 18:00

 

How do I look at something in big??? How can I save an image now??? :cry:

To see the full size image you need to download it, the download button is on the right side of the page



#12953 majstor

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Posted 29 November 2013 - 23:18

My favourite classic car - Zastava 600 / 750 / 850 

built from 18.10.1955. to 18.11.1985.

 

 

Zastava 750 / 750M (model 1970)

 

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Zastava 750 (pre-1968 model)

technical school & workshop posters

 

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Zastava 750 drive cross sections

 

Zastava 750 engine longitudinal cross section

 

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Zastava 750 engine transverse cross section

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Zastava 750 clutch, gearbox, and differential longitudinal cross section

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Zastava 750 left back wheel-set and differential cross section

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Source for all pictures: in-factory publications and manuals.



#12954 majstor

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Posted 29 November 2013 - 23:30

 

How do I look at something in big?

 

 

Actually, there is way to see in full resolution without downloading.

 

First click on thumb which links you to Imageshack page with picture. Then click on button on right side with GET IMAGE LINKS title. You'll get few links, right-click one with DIRECT title beside, click option COPY, and then right-click and click PASTE in your browser adress-bar. Press ENTER on keyboard and that's it.



#12955 D-Type

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Posted 30 November 2013 - 01:40

The Tipo 60 was the 'Birdcage', the Tipo 61 was the same car with the engine enlarged from 2.0 to 2.9 litres.



#12956 ibsenop

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Posted 30 November 2013 - 14:44

I can't post the Index. More than half-hour waiting and nothing. The page show me " Saving Post" but couldn´t complete the post.

 

You can access The TNF Cutaway index clicking the link below. 

 

https://drive.google...dit?usp=sharing


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#12957 trauts

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Posted 30 November 2013 - 16:52

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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Hi Tom,

I thought you and some of the other guys on this forum may be interested to know that this artwork is for sale on an online auction closing at noon Friday December 6th, it is lot E/6 XJ13 cutaway, guide price £2,000-£2,500. Also for sale is the Vic Berris drawing of the Jaguar Quad Cam V12, item lot E/7 guide price £200-£250. The auction is run by Ian Cooling and can be seen on www.jaguarautomobilia.com

I would like to have made a bid but I have recently spent out on some excellent models, cars that is!!



#12958 Manfred Cubenoggin

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Posted 01 December 2013 - 00:54

:up: :up:

 

That's two thumbs up for keeping the compilation of cutaways up to date, Ibby.  Thanks.



#12959 TWest

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Posted 01 December 2013 - 01:47

This site is a wonder when a new guy like Majstor comes along and suddenly we not only hear about the Zastava, but I feel like I can field strip one. The wonders of the cutaway.

Also, love that the Index is back in force.  Seems like things are falling out of the files over in ImageShack.  If anyone wants anything of mine that might be missing, please message me directly on here and we can do this.
Thanks, Guys.
Tom West



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#12960 Jian10

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Posted 02 December 2013 - 02:30

Flight Cutway of Avro 504K by Frank Munger:

 

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#12961 Motocar

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Posted 03 December 2013 - 21:34

Junkers Ju -86 P Cutaway, short story the German recon plane very high altitudes, built starting bomber Ju -86 , this was built together as passenger jet with capacity for 10 seats in a narrow cabin uncomfortable and as a bomber , this had a small store of arms containing pumps vertically in a container species , had an unorthodox landing very narrow road, which was the cause of more than an accident, given its large which grew even more to reach 32 meters in the Ju -86 R version was defended for three machine gun positions one in front turret , one in dorsal position and the third in the bottom of the rear fuselage and the same down a small basket that held the gunner in a not sure if very vulnerable position , was used with the Condor Legion in the Spanish Civil War and the Luftwaffe early in the Second World War without much success in both cases , but some units were sold to the Air Force Swedish which also built under license (Today the only surviving copy in a Swedish museum are preserved) , Lufthansa was also a user of type as airliner.
 
German aviation was in need of a plane that was immune to interception and could bring back great pictures , to achieve the goal Junkers modified their bomber Ju- 86 by increasing the wingspan 25.60 meters. eliminating the turrets and the cellar of arms, this space was tapped to install two fuel tanks 1290 liters of additional diesel three type P- 2 cameras were also installed for recognition two were located together towards the stern and the other just after the old cellar of arms, further back in the fuselage a spherical tank of oxygen for the crew was installed , leaving only a crew of two pilot and navigator / radio operator , they share a small cabin pressurized new design, which replaced all the old bow of the Ju -86 , the same could be accessed with a long ladder entering hatch close circle , among other changes were followed using the diesel engine Junkers Jumo 207 a- 1 in a new nacelle with clean fairing with air intake but continued keeping them radiators in the original position but now more he flattened himself already fitted to the bomber but now overloaded with increased compressor to operate at high altitudes, this heavy and underpowered engine had the advantage of low power consumption of only 70 % of the petrol version BMW 132 Dc , which allowed a large range , the result was an excellent reconnaissance aircraft with a maximum operating ceiling of 13,800 mts ininterceptable they did , at this point its top speed increased to the 400 Km / h , with a cruising speed of only 240 km / h , to the frustration of RAF fighters , I operate it for several months without being disturbed or challenged until August 24, 1942 , when a Spitfire Mk - V was specifically modified to attempt to put down and stop the German reconnaissance operations in the theater of the Middle East , it was relieved of all that was necessary, equipped with oxygen its pilot took off and almost to the limit of your roof achievement intercept and down to 12,000 meters. the slow Ju -86 P2 on Cairo a few days later two more were shot down over Aboukir per share of British fighters , this ended reconnaissance missions in this theater .
 
Expanding on the comment about the diesel engine that powered this aircraft , it was a 6-cylinder two-stroke diesel and 12 pistons, no valves but had two crankshafts both transmitting power to a common axis, this move by the three-bladed propellers one end ( there were versions with propellers 4 blades that used the engine Junkers Jumo 207 B-3 much more powerful ) and on the other the centrifugal over- compressor had direct injection , compression is achieved when both pistons compressing air and just before achieve maximum compression the fuel is injected after the explosion gases out through openings in the walls of the cylinders after the power stroke to start the cycle again , their main advantage was its lowest consumption requiring only 70 liters of diesel fly 100 compared to 100 9-cylinder radial engine BMW 132 Dc it was just a little more powerful , Miles author Pilotpress modified by Motocar and uploaded to the topic with Flickr to recreate this special reconnaissance aircraft German high height of the Second World War.
 
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Junkers Ju-86B cutaway, first model of the bomber version of the aircraft that also functioned as pasjeros for lufthansa plane in its civil version Author A. Niabel11159963906_ccb4394827_o.jpg
 
 
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#12962 Motocar

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Posted 03 December 2013 - 22:01

Dassault schematic Court M.D. 550 "Mirage I" touched up a small imperfection to imperfection. amended by Motocar

 

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#12963 DHFiallo

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Posted 05 December 2013 - 23:12

I thought everyone might like this:

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#12964 Catalina Park

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Posted 06 December 2013 - 04:41

I bet Amon was driving it when it happened.



#12965 Manfred Cubenoggin

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Posted 06 December 2013 - 13:02

Ain't it the truth.  Sigh...



#12966 Motocar

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Posted 07 December 2013 - 14:30

Cutaway Streamlined  Dragster, author SWAJA, web:

http://www.carcraft....k/photo_02.html

 

 

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#12967 TWest

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Posted 08 December 2013 - 15:49

Motorcar,
That Car Craft Magazine article on the streamliner dragster projects from Steve Swaja were some of the things that inspired me to get involved with the illustration work back in the 1960s. This was among the work that Steve had been doing prior to the time that I moved out to California in later 1965, and I still have copies of this article that I cut out to save when I moved back then. These streamlined cars seemed like a good idea, except for the older body techniques that had to be used to build them.  Among all of these cars that were built on front-engined dragsters, none of them worked well, and the cars, when tried, ran much quicker with the standard shortie bodies with no streamlining at all.
The concept was very good in some ways, based on the knowledge of the drag racers of the day, but it was still trying to arrange all of the fussy bits under a smooth shell that was, essentially, a reverse raindrop shape. These cars really wanted to turn around when they got up to speed, making for some very strange handling characteristics. They also had reinforced aluminum bodies built on bulkheads, so the weight penalty was too much to allow them to compete with the lighter unstreamlined cars of the day. They were pretty, and Steve Swaja might have done the best looking ones out there, but they were based on misunderstood aerodynamics.

As a point, much later in the 1980s, another highly publicized attempt was made by Gary Ormsby's team. They brought in Indy car guys to style an aerodynamic rear engined car.  Ormsby and sponsor Castrol got a lot of publicity, but the car never ran well enough to do much with what was basically an Indy car at the back morphed with a rear-engined dragster in the front. They found the same thing, that weight penalty was not recoverable with any streamlining advantage, and the car was running aerodynamically backwards.
But, I am still in daily (multiple) contact with Swaj, who ended up becoming a pretty good friend, even though I was in such awe of him that I didn't introduce myself to him for quite some time, even through I saw him around the track every weekend.  His first piece in the Car Craft Cutaway of the Month, a streamlined front-engined dragster from around this time frame (February, 1965) had so inspired me that I tried to copy it as my first effort at learning how to do a Cutaway for myself.  It is amazing how much easier these things can be when someone else draws them for you first ..
Just thought you guys might like a little texture with that great page of streamlined dragsters from Motorcar. Thanks for posting that, and your aircraft work, MC.  I do enjoy that stuff.
T West



#12968 Motocar

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Posted 11 December 2013 - 02:07

Thanks for that story, is what enriches discussions with members telling their experiences, in Venezuela I always appreciate the Californian art design Hot-Rod, out there have some of the few magazines that came to my town and designs Great, some were built as Hawk studebaker Funny Car, which then went on Hotweells. I am pleased to have made him remember his time on the slopes with those who built their ideas on drag cars.

 

Greetings Motocar


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#12969 ibsenop

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Posted 11 December 2013 - 11:39

Lada Laika 1500 1991 by artist unknown

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#12970 TWest

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Posted 12 December 2013 - 04:12

I have some material pulled to assemble for you folks, but wanted to switch it up a little and do some of the aircraft that I have sitting there waiting. There will be three larger aircraft, all Boeing airliner or airliner-based subjects.

The first is Mike Badrocke's piece under his Aviagraphica signature; a Boeing 727-200 from 1963 as seen in Air International, May, 1978.

Tom West

 

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#12971 TWest

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Posted 12 December 2013 - 04:38

This is another Air International piece by Mike Badrocke/Aviagraphica. This printing of the Boeing 747-200 from 1970 ran in the October, 1976 edition of AI.

Tom West

 

 

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#12972 TWest

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Posted 12 December 2013 - 04:40

This is another Air International pice from the January, 1975 issue. The major US AWACS craft of the day was this Boeing E3A, built on the airframe of the 707-720, and is illustrated by John Weal.

Tom West

 

 

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#12973 Motocar

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Posted 13 December 2013 - 18:06

F-1 RedBull  cut by James Carey, Blog:

http://debutart.tumb...-by-james-carey

 

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Citroen SM cutaway artist unknow of blog: 

 

http://www.autoneuro...01_archive.html

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#12974 Motocar

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Posted 13 December 2013 - 19:22

AMC Gremlin cutaway, author unknow upload Flickr

 

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#12975 werks prototype

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Posted 17 December 2013 - 20:38

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British Type Mk IV 1916. Artist, John Batchelor.



#12976 Motocar

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Posted 17 December 2013 - 20:50

Photocut Chevrolet Impala, of the blog:

http://annualmobiles...01_archive.html

 

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#12977 IrishMariner

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Posted 19 December 2013 - 15:32

From 'Classic & Sportscar' comes the sad news that "John Arthur 'Bill' Bennett, a great cutaway artist, has died at 91.

RIP Bill."

His work will be respected forever.

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#12978 badQ

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Posted 20 December 2013 - 22:57

Iveco EuroStar '1993

 
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#12979 ibsenop

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Posted 23 December 2013 - 11:40

Nissan Skyline GT-R JGTC by Takashi Jufuku - larger image.

 

previously posted at page "old 154"

 

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Merry Christmas!


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#12980 werks prototype

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Posted 23 December 2013 - 15:52

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Sturmgeschütz III Assault Gun. Artist, John Batchelor.

 

Merry Christmas to all.  



#12981 Motocar

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Posted 23 December 2013 - 21:38

Car Craft magazine, Author Swaja-car

http://www.carcraft....car_craft_look/

 

 

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#12982 ibsenop

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Posted 24 December 2013 - 10:37

Toyota Supra GT JGTC GT500 2003 by Takashi Jufuku

 

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Merry Christmas!


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#12983 TWest

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Posted 26 December 2013 - 08:53

I hope everyone in Cutawayland has had a wonderful Christmas with their families.  Hopefully, more of you will be able to put a few minutes in to contribute things to the site over the next little ... now that the bit Christmas rush is over.

I wanted to comment on the dragster illustration that Motorcar posted from Car Craft, as this was a pretty significant piece for me; it was really the inspiration that brought me into cutaways.  I reproduced it as my first "copy" to try to start doing these things when I was a senior in high school. It was the first piece that was, a month later, to become the Car Craft Cutaway of the Month, which started with Steve Swaja for eight issues, then over to William Moore for quite a number of them, and then I did a few before they shut it down for good.  I was not able to commit to monthly pieces because I was away at school for half of the time, that did not allow me the time to get them completed.

When I first went to Car Craft to discuss the possibility of doing the illustrations, I asked them for a Swaja piece or two, just so I could see the line work and try to improve, and this was one of the two that I took home; and I still have them today.

So, this piece means quite a lot to me. Thanks for posting the article.

Tom West



#12984 RDV

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Posted 27 December 2013 - 08:35

Crossle Sauvadet, more images here

 

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#12985 Motocar

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Posted 27 December 2013 - 23:10

Douglas B -18 " Bolo " cutaway, American bomber produced by the company using its successes Douglas DC- 2 product that emerged one of the most long-lived aircraft in history the DC-3 , but this design also paid off in a version of bomber, it was part of some of the philosophy " Quality instead of Quantity " deep and bulky fuselage ma became his wing retaining plant DC- 2 but with larger but not equal to that of the DC- 3 its bomb bay was located under the spars of the wings , with long but bulky , had a glazed nose for the bomber in its first versions was quite chubby and blunt , then improved the design and incorporate the Secret look bomber " Norden" considered one of the first computers and a prodigy of mechanics, allowing unmatched precision for those thirty years , the same amount soon bombers redesign , including armored tretramotores Boeing B-17 better known as " Superfortress " , the B-18 Bolo was soon overtaken by more modern and competent aircraft going to fulfill other roles including the patrol anti - submarine, for what is equipment with modern radar and sensor anomalies magnetic , but not least also incorporated a searchlight poderos installed in the plane , there was an armed version with a heavy barrel airborne, author  Aviagraphica and modified by Motocar,  work allowed me to recreate this almost forgotten bomber, his tentativeness is given by the lack of information more faithfully recreate the B -18A that concerns me

 

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Taking advantage of this Release what retouching to create my Christmas card to all forum members and friends what they have to either visit the theme, A thousand congratulations at this time to wish you all a friend Motocar

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#12986 TWest

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Posted 30 December 2013 - 08:02

Cutawaylanders,

I hope everyone haws had a great Christmas (unless you are doing the Eastern Orthodox holiday).  I trust you will all be rested going into the new year.

I have had some recently acquired old magazines, but haven't been albe to get into the scanner to pull them, but I now have the pieces scanned and this is the first one assembled. The first is the Brabham BT-7, which was not referenced as such in the article, interestingly. This is pulled out of the layout as the James Allington illustration appeared in the February, 1963 issue of Road & Track for the 1963 Formula 1 competitor. This has appeared previously here, probably based on a European publication, while these got the cover overlays which have been shifted from green to blue for you here.

Will do more when they are completed, but I wanted to get something going out again, wo this will be done one at a time.

Tom West

 

 

 

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#12987 Amaroo Park

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Posted 03 January 2014 - 08:38

I have spent the last week reading this thread from the beginning again, there are to many talented artists out there,  :wave:



#12988 Motocar

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Posted 05 January 2014 - 13:27

Schematic cut Clasic Car toy for building, drawing its author is the designer Robert Woolson Popular Mechanics for the Spanish edition in February 1964

 

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Cutawy drawing Woodhoper, author Woodhoper 

 

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#12989 badQ

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Posted 07 January 2014 - 18:25

Maserati Indy '1969 by G.Cavara
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#12990 TWest

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Posted 09 January 2014 - 21:14

Thought I would push through another of the scans that I just pulled up, another of those classic Formula 1 pieces from the 60s from James Allington. This was Allington's piece on the 1962 BRM F1 car, as featured in the December, 1962  issue of Road and Track.

There are a few more of these pieces that have not been shown here, and it would seem like all of the Allington had been posted previously. For me, this style was best suited for the cars of that time somehow.

Tom West

 

 

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#12991 Tony Matthews

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Posted 09 January 2014 - 23:01

Tyres (tires) by me! 



#12992 Manfred Cubenoggin

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Posted 10 January 2014 - 00:45

Nice to see you posting again, Tony.  Perhaps it was only my perception and not fact but it seems like ages since I last saw a post from you.

 

TY for posting the image of the '62 BRM, Tom.  This time period was critical in pointing the way of the general direction of my life.  Being bitten by the racing bug in mid-1962 during a club race at Mosport, I discovered to my wonderment the September issue of Road & Track magazine on the news stand.  Rapture!  Pure rapture!  Following along, the October issue featured an article and cutaway of the Cooper.  (Or was that November?  Hmmm...)  And, of course, as you note, Tom, the December '62 issue with the pages dedicated to the BRM.  Ah, nostalgia...

 

And, oh, yes...  Groovy tires(tyres)on the BRM.  :)

 



#12993 Motocar

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Posted 11 January 2014 - 15:03

North American "Super Six" Streamlined cutaway, Built by John Shell starting from a basic trainer Texan heavily modified, enrolled as N426KS for use in air shows and races Reno, its more powerful engine was a Pratt & Whitney R-2800 2,000 HP (Dato confirmed), and a new narrower ring with new tri-blade propeller and a larger and more pointed cone careening the propeller hub, its improved aerodynamics include clipped wings, a new windshield without frames , a new type of indoor bubble lowest total view, the pilot's seat was shifted to the rear and a square was created after this, the pilot's head was protected if capotar the plane with a bar "roll over" their drift I cut the top straight and being now more trapezoidal, its pitot tube is re-positioned itself under the right wing, removing the original launch, original author Aviagraphica and modified by Motocar to recreate the T-6 Super Six

 

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P.D. I wanted to thank A Jian10 who kindly uploaded the Original cutaway of the North American T-6 which served me as a starting point for these modest changes that I have shared with all friends in this forum.          

 

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#12994 TWest

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Posted 15 January 2014 - 18:51

Just thought I would break the drought a bit and at least say something ... I have actually been putting in some time on behalf of the cutaway, including scanning a bunch of new material.

The largest portion is the scanning, at long last, of the remainder of my Haynes Manual covers .. well, the copies of the covers actually. There are about 180 or so of them, and they are based on Xerox copies so not going to be the cleanest or most detailed renditions ever, but at least I can put this pile of paper back in the drawer and get it away from my scanners.

The second part, but the most fun, is a series of new images pulled from old Sports Car Graphic, Road and Track and other magazines from the late 50s and early 60s.  Most of these are of fair interest, I would think, and will either add something new to our collective knowledge, or give a larger rendition. These include:

Cooper F1 of 1962 by Allington.

Lotus 17 of 1959 by Allington.

Lotus F1 of 1961 by Allington.

Maserati 250F of 1959 by Allington.

Vanwal F1 of 1958 by Allington.

Lotus 19 of 1961 by Robert Thatcher.

There are a few more aircraft involved in this as well, so I will try to get to some of them for you as soon as I can.  Still fighting the hip problem, which is getting worse, it seems, so not sure when that is going to be finally worked on.

Hope you are all well half-way through the first month of the new year.

TWest



#12995 RDV

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#12996 Motocar

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Posted 19 January 2014 - 15:44

Repost of my first modification made​​, the reason is simply to celebrate the visit # 1 million in the topic you create in another forum in Spanish language and inspired by this, I play the MiG-19 PF, where I uploaded some of my modest works I have also shared this fantastic forum. 

 

Mikoyan Gurevich MiG-19PM Farmer, author WEAL and modified by Motocar

 

This is my first modification I made, made with correction fluid "Liquipaper" on a photocopy and freehand drawing with a mechanical pencil 0.5 mm of both plates of the antenna radar, make a friend request forista AEIC to see the schematic section of MiG-19PF, with their primitive radar of two discs, with the launch this modest work that today is his first million views, is just to thank all who take a few minutes of your time to visit, I hope to have given great satisfaction to the hundreds of "Cutaways" shared on this topic, hope I can keep creating more modified and original schematic courts, surfing the'll continue web to search for that drawing schematic sectional for years have wanted to see.

 

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is modified this recreation of the canceled MiG fighter 1. 44

 

Cutaway Mikoyan Gurevich MiG -1 44, an amendment to recreate one of the most mysterious , long and frustrating process of development that culminated with MFI cancellation, after multiple delays and economic problems that cut off funds for the construction of a single prototype that only undertake two flights, and its technology was cutting edge and the time had passed, a new statement was made with a new application to create the "Stealth " Indian Air Force fighter of the future for the Russian Aviation and who partnership to fund the development of new fighter , the contract will give the firm Sukhoi for design and construction of the so called PAK T -50, the most advanced fighter developed in Russia and sucking in service with its air force in 2016 , (date somewhat optimistic ), the MiG 1. 44 was intended as a development aircraft for the new hunt for VVS in Soviet times , the fall of the Soviet Union along with the lack of resources due to the division into 15 independent states, followed by a terrible economic crisis did not allow for be spent on new aircraft when Russia could hardly be sustained economically , this project hunting I followed the track for many years ( before the internet became popular ) , visiting newspaper archives , publications of the time only short notes were written accompanied sketches and speculations on how serious the new fighter , while the aircraft languished in its hangar waiting for their engines Lyurka ALF -41 , or the hardware and software necessary to end it, while you both Sukhoi better things were to Introducing the S -37 with wings on negative arrow and soon after put in the same flight , made several public presentations accompanied by fighters Su-30 , this project was a laboratory aircraft, designed to test various technologies, the MiG 1. 44 was a large aircraft with a performance at very attractive role with a top speed of 2,761 km / h , range of 4,000 Kms, a ceiling of 21,555 Mts , the company argued that it had features "Stealth " something most analysts doubted , given his lines , much to his regret their weaponry was not in warehouses of weapons ( as seen in the YF -22 and YF -23) but sausages under the fuselage , it was argued that it would be used as " Matador " AWACS to eliminate its long -range missiles , depriving your enemy fighters main tactical advantage , and then face the same using its greater maneuverability to beat them in combat, all these musings remained a dead letter when the President Vladimir Putin announced the cancellation of the project and the MiG MFI -1. 44 doing at the time the request for a new list of what would be the PAK , for which I associate with India as a partner and investor and future user . Today the prototype languishing outdoors and even speculated that it would be scrapped , the latter information was denied and informed that it will soon go to a museum. The cutaway is performed by modifying several aircraft and artist Mike Badrocke creating this speculation based on known data available (which is not very abundant ) come up with Imageshack.us. I hope you enjoy

 

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Regards Motocar

 

P.D. Coming edit the image to increase the current format


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#12997 bradbury west

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Posted 19 January 2014 - 20:25

The second part, but the most fun, is a series of new images pulled from old Sports Car Graphic, Road and Track and other magazines from the late 50s and early 60s.  Most of these are of fair interest, . These include:

Lotus 17 of 1959 by Allington.
Vanwal F1 of 1958 by Allington.
Lotus 19 of 1961 by Robert Thatcher.
Still fighting the hip problem, which is getting worse,
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Looking forward for these, Tom. hope you are feeling better
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#12998 RDV

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Posted 20 January 2014 - 11:56

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#12999 TWest

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Posted 20 January 2014 - 22:19

Just to clarify, that is David Kimble's Chaparral, not Gordon Kimble.
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Posted 21 January 2014 - 21:36

I am trying something a bit different for this file, as I have heard some have had problems accessing through the Forums Link on Imageshack, so I am including the direct as well, for your dining and dancing pleasure.
This is the first of those new scans that I mentioned previously, but have been dealing with some things here and have not been able to get to it until now ... and, I deleted the 1/3-completed rework earlier ...
This is the James Allington 1962 Cooper Formula 1 cutaway, as published in the November, 1962 issue of Road and Track.  I really wish they hadn't insisted on doing all the background stuff in color, as the registration and printing is like something done with sponges when they were doing that ... anyway, here is what is left from the project.  Hope to have done this justice for you.

Tom West

 

 

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