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#13001 Motocar

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Posted 22 January 2014 - 12:33

Repost image of MiG 1. 44 MFI cutaway finish, Motocar 



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#13002 moelopes

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Posted 22 January 2014 - 14:47

Guys,

 

No illustration or photo appears in my browser (Chrome)! 
And the Forum is very slooooow...
is it just me? 
Or you also have trouble seeing cutaways?
Forum issue? Servers ??
 
Thanks,
Moe.  :smoking:


#13003 Motocar

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Posted 22 January 2014 - 16:58

Schematic Court Ligier Matra Js -19, this formula 1, was presented belatedly in 1982, partcipando in some races that season, it looked like an update of the bankrupt and banned by the FIA Lotus 88 "Wind Car" , the controversial use of double frame , one in charge of managing downward forces ( ground Effect ) for maximum benefit , the commissioners felt that violated the prohibition of mobile elements or aerodynamic surfaces in the Ligier JS -19 skirts to use until the end from the rear, again the FIA ​​banned its use and limit myself to the vertical tangent rear wheels , this made losing much of the advantage obtained in the original concept , it was moved by the old 12-cylinder engine Matra post per day for the seasons 1981/82 , the cabin was very advanced as was the norm in the Wing car of the time PeligrosisimoS , remember that they were banned for the 1983 season, however engineers soon learned to take advantage of the limitations of regulation and forces " G's " step by curves step 2.8 in 1982 to 4 G 's in 1990 , which was maintained and the regulations were amended several times in the spoiler section, but achieving speed reduction in through the bends , the current regulation imposes strong limitations 2014 in these areas , we hope to see the new ideas of the engineers. illegible author and retouched by Motocar

 

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#13004 TWest

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Posted 23 January 2014 - 07:12

Folks,
I am working to complete another of the Allington pieces, but I got a new copy of the Aeroplane Aviation Archive Series, this being Cold War Jets. The illustrations included here are:

Hawker Hunter, Unsigned, published in Aeroplane.

North American F-100 Super Sabre, by Frank Munger and published in Flight.

McDonnell F-101C Voodoo, by Mike Badrocke.

English Electric Lightning F.1. By James Clark.

Dassault Mirage.  Unsigned, published in Flight.

Vought F8 Crusader, by Frank Munger and published in Flight.

Gloster Javelin.  Unsigned.

Grumman F-14A Tomcat, by John Weal.

DeHavilland Sea Vixen. By James Clark and published in Aeroplane.

Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG 21MF.  By Mike Badrocke and published in Flight.

Some interesting items here if you are intersted in aviation cutaways.

Tom West



#13005 Motocar

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Posted 23 January 2014 - 13:47

Greetings Tom West, I am interested in knowing if among its extensive newspaper archive has the schematic section of the Indian fighter HAL Marut, the article appeared in the magazine Air International September 1976, the HJT-16 Kiran trainer Air International published in February and June 1975 heavy helicopter Mil Mi-26 published in Air International in June 1983, thanks in advance.

 

Motocar



#13006 TWest

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Posted 23 January 2014 - 17:25

Motorcar,
If there was something published in Air International, I have it, but just don't have a lot of it scanned.  I have something like five bins of AI issues, and I think I have only scanned one, and have not come close to assembling all of those ... running into a few delays, and I am trying to put more effort into the car material, as that really is more the focus of this group. Will see what I can find for you if it is already scanned, OK?
T West



#13007 RDV

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Posted 23 January 2014 - 17:59

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#13008 Motocar

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Posted 24 January 2014 - 16:05

Thanks friend Tom, actually I return to the topic of this forum are the schematics cuts cars, in fact I am preparing two modifications of formula 1 that are almost ready, I appreciate the response to my request, did not arrive in Venezuela these publications to the province, only in some of the capital's bookshops were selling hence my request, I also saw in an Italian magazine Quattroruote cutaway of the 1989 Tucker Torpedo or Brunno Gianni Betti, motivated to the movie "a Man and his Dream" in its known illustrative technique, I'm still in search of that image. 
 
Thanks again, Motocar

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#13009 scorerr770

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Posted 28 January 2014 - 15:55

Latest piece of work, 1977 McLaren M26, just ghosted body and wheels and not information to cutaway engine etc. All done from photos.  Also just completed some illustrations for Haynes, Fairey Swordfish diagrams/illustrations.

 

Just need to work out how to upload picture or is it only links now to an URL?

 

http://www.hubgarage.../photos/6116368

 

hopefully thats it..


Edited by scorerr770, 28 January 2014 - 20:21.


#13010 Tuner2

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Posted 03 February 2014 - 21:58

Blown apart by art.

 

Photos can be downloaded in width 1920 pix.

 

http://www.speedhunt...lown-apart-art/



#13011 badQ

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Posted 05 February 2014 - 22:44

Lancia Thema (834) '1984 by Bruno Betti

 

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#13012 Jian10

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Posted 09 February 2014 - 15:40

Here are some cutaway drawings of the North American X-15:

 

Arthur Bowbeer, Flight 1978

 

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#13013 Jian10

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Posted 09 February 2014 - 15:43

Author Unknown:

 

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#13014 Jian10

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Posted 09 February 2014 - 15:48

Michael Badrocke, found at a Russian website hence the key is in Russian. It would be great if someone could come up with the original version with the English key.

 

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#13015 Jian10

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Posted 09 February 2014 - 15:58

I haven't figured out this new version of imageshack.

 

It seems you have to click the download button in the bottom right corner to get the full-size image.



#13016 RDV

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Posted 12 February 2014 - 12:22

Not a cutaway..this one's for you Tony=http://vimeo.com/86090223



#13017 Manfred Cubenoggin

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Posted 12 February 2014 - 21:45

Well...  I'm a draughtsmann, too, but I think I've met my match here.  :)

 

TY for posting, RDV.



#13018 Embers

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Posted 13 February 2014 - 01:12

Author Unknown:

 

The second X-15 image appears to be by Roy Cross, a well-known illustrator during the 1950s.



#13019 simplebrother

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Posted 20 February 2014 - 18:35

It's been a while since I have posted - not sure that I like the new format, and can't figure out how to get to the old index to verify that these haven't been posted, but...

 

These are all Eagle cutaways, from the '50s-60s weekly newsletter; first is 1958 Lotus Elite (type 14) by Gerald Palmer

lqlg.jpg  http://imageshack.co...2/3831/lqlg.jpg

 

Next are a couple by Hubert Redmill, first a 1956 Aston Martin DB3S, followed by a 1953 Austin Healey 100

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07nr.jpg  http://imageshack.co...4/1897/07nr.jpg

 

Peter

 

 PS... I've learned that getting full sized images from Image Shack sometimes proves difficult, so the direct links to 3000 pixel versions of the above are listed after each thumbnail. Sorry for any inconvenience...


Edited by simplebrother, 03 March 2014 - 22:44.


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#13020 RDV

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Posted 20 February 2014 - 21:17

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#13021 IrishMariner

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Posted 21 February 2014 - 00:47

Apologies if this has been posted before, but there's a number of cutaways available from 'Classic & Sports Car' magazine in wearable or drinkable form (I.e on T-Shirts or mugs). My favorite would be the DFV:

http://www.shotdeadi...fv-t-shirt.html

#13022 IrishMariner

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Posted 21 February 2014 - 05:28

Occasionally in this thread, comversation has turned towards Copyright and/or being ripped-off. Here's a story that is maddening:
http://www.newyorker...lustration.html

#13023 Bonde

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Posted 26 February 2014 - 21:24

Well, this may seem a bit awkward, but here I am, crashing in on the old and long cutaway thread after who knows how many years...Remarkably, the forum still remembered my log-in details!

 

After an overdose of motorracing, I have begun to warm towards old racing cars again, so for those who care and might rememeber me, I might pop by the forum every now and then...

 

Anyway lads - keep up the good work on what may now surely be called an institution!



#13024 bradbury west

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Posted 26 February 2014 - 21:48

Good to see you back, Anders, though I imagine you were never far away. Hope all is well. I suspect there are many newcomers here who may not be aware of your exploits. Perhaps you can cast modesty aside and post some shots of your racing cars. They are pending nostalgia..... For those not in the know, and at the risk of embarrassing him,  Anders has designed some excellent sseater and sports racing cars in recent years.

Roger Lund



#13025 Bonde

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Posted 26 February 2014 - 22:14

Thanks for the kind words, Roger!

 

I'm a bit in two minds about posting about Aquila - it's still active, so I don't really know when it becomes 'ripe' for TNF, and further down the line, 'someone' may eventually write a book about it :-)

 

I haven't uploaded pictures for ages - what's the best method these days?

 

There's quite alot of photo material on the internet now about Aquila racing cars, but I'd obviously only upload stuff I know won't infringe anyone's copyright.



#13026 Bonde

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Posted 26 February 2014 - 22:26

...it just (ha!) occurred to me that my designs are technologically rather archaic (my wife also thinks I'm terribly old-fashioned), so maybe Aquilas do qualify for TNF right away :-) 



#13027 bradbury west

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Posted 27 February 2014 - 21:40

Low resolution scan of the McCandless F3 car from the Ulster Museum pamphlet.  If you want a lot higher res, version I can do one. Autocar copyright I think

Roger Lund

 

Edit

 It seems I am unable to use Postimage on the new system. If anyone wishes to post the scan please let me know ( by pm if you do not have my e mail) , hi or low resolution, and I will e mail it

RL


Edited by bradbury west, 27 February 2014 - 21:43.


#13028 TWest

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Posted 28 February 2014 - 02:55

Roger,

I will take on that project for you if you wish .. higer res, if possible.  I have a couple of pieces sitting here that i need to complete cleaning, but have been busy with a bunch of other stuff. That includes getting ready for my hip replacement which was supposed to happen tomorrow, and is now moved to April 23, unfortunately.  I will have the time to put it up here for you.
Tom West.



#13029 TWest

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Posted 28 February 2014 - 21:32

This is the follow-up on my agreement with Roger Lund regarding his material on the McCandless 4x4 Formula 3 car, as displayed at the Ulster Museum in Ireland.  Rather an interesting project, and the cutaway from Brian Hatton fits it within our umbrella here.  Enjoy.
Tom West

 

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#13030 Manfred Cubenoggin

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Posted 28 February 2014 - 23:44

WOWZER!  I scanned all the pages offered up on the McCandless.  What a brilliant creation!  Quite advanced in some ways and certainly fascinating in all respects.

 

TYVM for posting, Tom!  :)



#13031 ibsenop

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Posted 03 March 2014 - 19:01

Ferrari Concept for CART by Milanesi.

 

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Index Update

The TNF Cutaway Index (PDF file - 102 pages) could be downloaded from this link:

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


Edited by ibsenop, 04 March 2014 - 00:11.


#13032 scorerr770

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Posted 04 March 2014 - 13:47

Just back to work now after a trip to photograph next lot of illustrations line work only of

 
1986 Lotus Renault F1
 
1974 Ferrari 312/3, F1
 
1974 VPJ Lola T332 F5000
 
1992 Benetton B191B
 
Going to take at least the rest of the year as done in my spare time.  Will let you know when each is complete.
 
 
Regards  Roy


#13033 bradbury west

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Posted 04 March 2014 - 14:12

Many thanks for your continuing efforts with the database, ibsenop. We all appreciate what you do for us.

Roger Lund



#13034 simplebrother

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Posted 05 March 2014 - 08:37

Many thanks for your continuing efforts with the database, ibsenop. We all appreciate what you do for us.

Roger Lund

Agreed... thanks for your dedication and time - greatly appreciated.

Peter



#13035 ibsenop

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Posted 09 March 2014 - 11:03

Volkswagen Passat by artist unknown

 

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#13036 TWest

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Posted 15 March 2014 - 04:48

It has been a while since I posted, and I told you I had some new images for everyone. This has been on my desktop for a while and I thought it would be good to move it along.

This is another James Allington piece, another Lotus project.  Allington seemed to do all the cars from that factory, and this is the Lotus 17, as shown in the September, 1959 issue of Sports Car Graphic.

Tom West

 

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#13037 Motocar

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Posted 19 March 2014 - 15:23

Cutaway An-2 Ekranoplane Schematic Court Antonov, project developed by the Russian firm to create a plane that flies under the WIG ground effect or "Wing in Ground" in this case was set to fly over land and not the most commonly seen that is designed to fly above the water, for this reason retains the fixed landing gear, was presented at a Russian aeronautical show but do not know if efectuo some flight tests, recreated based on the cutaway of an an-2 for which no author is identified and modify to recreate this exciting project. Motocar

 

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Edited by Motocar, 19 March 2014 - 15:32.


#13038 werks prototype

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Posted 20 March 2014 - 15:07

It has been a while since I posted, and I told you I had some new images for everyone. This has been on my desktop for a while and I thought it would be good to move it along.

This is another James Allington piece, another Lotus project.  Allington seemed to do all the cars from that factory, and this is the Lotus 17, as shown in the September, 1959 issue of Sports Car Graphic.

Tom West

 

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http://imageshack.co...2/1936/hgvg.jpg

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That's as clean as a whistle, Tom. Great quality! :up:



#13039 TWest

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Posted 20 March 2014 - 17:01

Thank-you for the comment. This was one of those lousy 50s pulp reproductions that I used to get this, but I have always loved what Allington did with this kind of car, and I have a couple of more from him to clean up.  I went to the March Meet, 65th edition, last weekend. One of the things I try to do is to go through one of the magazine vendors for unique things.  Of course, I do this without a list, so I ended up with seven old magazines that I already had, but added some interesting cutaway subjects, including:

The Eelco Morris-powered Lakes streamliner from 1961, the Wee Eel, which I just saw in person in January.

The Gemini Mk. IV Formula Junior from 1962.

The Tornado Talisman GT sportscar from 1962.

The Ford Mustang Prototype from 1962.

The Lance Reventlow Scarab-Buick from 1962.

Will have to get them scanned, but they should be a lot cleaner than that Lotus to get out to you ... no Allington pieces in there.

T West



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#13040 bradbury west

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Posted 20 March 2014 - 17:47

Looking forward to the  Tornado and the Scarab already Tom.........rare beasts both.

Roger Lund



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Posted 21 March 2014 - 07:50

Just found this one of a March 722 F2 on Ebay in Italy. With any luck it will find its way to OZ.

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https://lh6.googleus...Italian Mag.JPG

John Gale - Do you want a copy?


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#13042 bradbury west

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Posted 21 March 2014 - 12:01

Yes please, pm sent
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#13043 TWest

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Posted 21 March 2014 - 19:14

First, is it possible to get a higher resolution scan of that March image?  It is one that I have not seen before, and any new F1 image is of interest.

In that direction, I am adding another of my newly found Allington pieces, this one being the 1961 Lotus Formula 1, as published in Road & Track, September, 1961.

I will try to get things going more often, as this is rather satisfying to put these things together in a cleaned up version. Enjoy.

T West.

 

 

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#13044 TWest

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Posted 22 March 2014 - 23:36

Just picked up something the other day that some of you aircraft cutaway guys might like. This is a new edition of the cutaway-based books from Kelsey Publishing, Classic Airliner. this is a special edition from Aeroplane, but it is cutaway, of very different styles.

This publication is including a lot of pretty decent photos of the cutaway aircraft, plus many others of the early days.  It seems that the subject aircraft were all flown by Imperial Airways.  The illustrations include:

 

DeHavilland D.H.66 Hercules: relatively simple line cutaway, unsigned.

Short S.17 Kent: fairly simple color cutaway showing the interior layout.  Looks like a possible early promotional piece for potential passengers.  Unsigned.

Handley Page H.P.42E/H.P.45(W) Hercales & Hannibal: fairly simple color cutaway showing the interior layout.  Possible promotional piece.  Unsigned.

Armstrong Whitworth A.W.XV Atalanta: Relatively simple line cutaway. Appears to be very early James Clark work under Technikart Studios.

Armstrong Whitworth A.WXV Atalanta:  fairly simple color cutaway showing the interior layout.  Promotional piece possible.  Unsigned.

DeHavilland D.H. 86 Diana Class: fairly simplle color cutaway showing the interior layout.  Promotional piece possible.  Unsigned.

Short L.17 Scylla: fairly simplle color cutaway showing the interior layout.  Promotional piece possible.  Unsigned.

Short S.23 C Class Empire Flying Boat:  small color cutaway showing the interior layout. Probably a promotionhal poster.  Unsigned.

Short S.23 C Class Empire Flying Boat: More detailed line drawing by James Clark.

Armstrong Whitworth Ensign:  small color cutaway showing the interior layout. Probably a promotionhal poster.  Unsigned.

Armstrong Whitworth Ensign:  Wash-style b&w cutaway by Max Millar.Short S.23 C Class Empire Flying Boat:  small color cutaway showing the interior layout. Probably a promotionhal poster.  Unsigned.

DeHavilland D.H. 91 Albatross:  Detailed line drawing by James Clark.

DeHavilland D.H. 91 Albatross: Fairly simple color cutaway showing the interior layout.  Promotional poster.  Unsigned.

 

Not anything in here that I would consider a must have, but if you are into the art of the cutaway, these are pretty cool additions.
Just thought you might want to know.

Tom West



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Posted 23 March 2014 - 22:04

Fiat Ritmo Abarth 125 TC '1981 by Bruno Betti

 

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Fiat Ritmo Abarth 130 TC '1983 by Bruno Betti

 

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Fiat Panda 4x4 '1983 by Bruno Betti

 

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#13046 TWest

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Posted 24 March 2014 - 21:24

I wanted to keep going with some Cutaways while I was in the mood, and I am hoping that more of the "old-timers" on the site will jump in with more material.  We have interesting things coming from Motorcar in Brazil, now Bad Q with some nice Bruno Betti economybox pieces, so everyone needs to jump in on occasion.

Just so I am not shooting my mouth off here, I am including a couple of new (old) Allington pieces.

This is a reproduction of the James Allington piece on the 1970 Ford Zephyr.  I don't have the origination recorded, but I think this is from a Xerox copy of a Haynes Manual cover.

Sort of clogged up since I pulled it up a bit from the original, which was a copy, so not the cleanest image you will ever see, as with a lot of these things.

I am trying to give you some choices here. The link is for the full-sized image on Imageshack. The other is a reduced size link to put up here in the "forums" format.  Let me know if these are working for you. Thanks.

T West

 

 

 

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#13047 TWest

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Posted 24 March 2014 - 21:30

This is the second piece from Allington for the day.

One of the classic Formula 1 cars of all time, this is James Allington's version of the 1958 Maserati 250F of 1958. This was taken from a short-lived Quarterly called Sports Car Quarterly. This was from the spring 1959 edition.

Again, those 50s printing problems arise and make this much less than it should be, sorry.

Again, the Direct link gives you the full file that is on Imageshack, the Forum version gives you something that won't kill your screen here on this Board.  Pick your personal poison ...

T West

 

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#13048 TWest

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Posted 25 March 2014 - 02:46

Thought I would keep you guys up to date on Cutaway material that is fresh, as I find it. Today, I got my Subscription copy of Aviation Archives, an Aeorplane Magazine Special edition.  I have described some of these to you, but this is the latest, German Fighters of World War II.  At least it must be out on the magazine racks by now.

This issue features nine Cutaways, some of which have been seen recently, but always good to get the full foldout pages that are printed here; only one is spread across two sheets in the layout. The rest are on the large foldout pages.  The subjects include:

Messerschmitt Bf 109F: A wash illustration in B&W.  By Hubert Redmill.

Messerschmitt Me 110G:  A wash illustration in color.  By Hubert Redmill.

Junkers Ju 88C Night Fighter:  A wash illustration in color.  Unsigned, but appears to be Hubert Redmill.

Focke-Wulf Fw 190A3: Detailed line drawing.  By James Clark.

Messerschmitt Me 210-A1: Detailed line drawing.  By James Clark.

Heinkel He 219A-5: Detailed line drawing.  By John Weal.

Messerschmitt Me 262A-1A:  Detailed line drawing.  By John Weal.

Heinkel He 162A-2:  Detailed line drawing.  By John Weal.

Dornier Do 335b-2:  Detailed line drawing.  By John Weal.

 

Don't know how many of you guys want to know about such things.  If nobody wants this kind of information, I will stop posting it.

Thanks.

Tom West



#13049 TWest

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Posted 26 March 2014 - 02:40

The illustrations of the Vanwal Formula 1 of 1958 is probably one of my favorites for cutaways from that time.  I think that the Max Millar piece on that car might have been as good as any automotive piece that I can remember from him, and the James Allington illustration is of the same level.  I thougth that I had a larger file of the Allington piece, but I never found anything, so I had to pick up this one, printed in the short-lived SportsCar Quarterly for the Spring of 1959 ... half in black and white and half in dark green and white.  I hope this rendition does it justice.

We will try out that direct link, which should get you the full resolution file that I have up on Imageshack, and the other being a reduced version to appear here on the Board.

Tom West

 

 

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Posted 28 March 2014 - 22:48

Peugeot 407 '2004 by ETAI

 

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Peugeot 407 Coupe '2005 by ETAI

 

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