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#13101 IrasDaughter

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Posted 08 May 2014 - 21:56

Found some old cutaways from all sorts of magazines hidden away here, if it's ok to scan and reproduce some I'm happy to but you'll have to tell me how to post them as I've no idea :)

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#13102 TWest

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Posted 10 May 2014 - 02:10

I thought I would let someone answer this question for you ... but it didn't happen, and I am getting eager to see the illustrations that you were mentioning.

I would suggest that you scan the pieces as large as possible, although i don't konw what the quality is  Once you have a final size assembled that shos the details well, save it and post to one of the image storage sites.  Most of the folks here use Imageshack, although they ask you to join after a while; you can do everything free for six months or so, and then there is a cost for you, something like $2 per month, or $20 for the year.  Just drag the icon for the image from your desktop and it will upload vewry easily. Get the Link for the image, of which there are a number of options, and copy it into your note.  You can decide how large you make it, whether you show it on the site, which has proven not to be a favorite because it takes up too much bandwidth and you can't see it all at one time.  I have been putting together a Forum link that shows the piece as 1600x1200 pixels, and I then include a full-size Direct link so someone can pull that version if you want.
The big trick is to get the image cleaned up from the magazine ... that can be rather dicey at times with some of the older magazines.

Best of luck with this, looking forward to seeing your work.

Tom West



#13103 IrasDaughter

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Posted 10 May 2014 - 09:45

Sounds like I might be having fun then, some of them are old and yellowed.
Given the number of images already posted I'm hoping I'm not going to get hammered for copyright infringement? Eek!

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Posted 10 May 2014 - 20:16

A while back, this group had a long conversation about exactly those issues regarding copyrights and trademarks, and the conclusion was that this was not a commercial reuse of the material, only research, educational and historic purposes served here. Also, full credit is certainly being given wherever possible, with the exceptions being things that are forwarded, not pieces that we are creating from self-made scans, as then we would know the origins and can credit the artist and the publications. As long as you aren't trying to do much more than that, there has not been much of a problem, although I seem to remember a couple of artists who had their own material removed. Remember that they have to tell you there is a problem before they are going to be able to jump your stuff and cause a real problem.  If someone says, "That's my material and I don't want you to be posting it," just send them a letter that it was being done only in the name of furthering interest in the artform, and pull it down.

Reasonably done, don't you think?

Now, quit worrying about it and get to that scanning ... you have my interest piqued here.

Tom West



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Posted 10 May 2014 - 21:04

Another item of interest that I have been sending out, hopefully of some interest, is the latest issues of the Aeroplane Special edition of Aviation Archives. The latest of these features US Fighters of WWII.  It contains light history, some interesting photos, and cutaways of various sources that we don't often see.  Just for reference, the following are the cutaways that are included in this edition:

 

Bell P-39 Airacobra, by James Clark, as first appeared in Aeroplane, October 31, 1941.

Curtiss P-40C TomahawkIIB, unsigned.  Color piece that appears a bit simplistic compared to many others, appears to be an early rendition of the aircraft, no publication attribution shown.

Lockheed P-38J Lightning, by Reynold Brown from Flying.  Color piece that might be considered more art than technical, but a fairly effective piece that I have seen previously.

North American P-51A Mustang, by James Clark out of Aeroplane.  Typical Clark line drawing of the Allison version of the fighter.

Curtiss P-40E Warhawk/Tomahawk IA, unsigned.  Appears to be by John Weal, or one of those Pilot Press pieces from the 1970s; no attribution.

North American P-51B Mustang, by R.G. Smith.  Line drawing, with no publication attributed.

Northroo P-61 Black Widow, unsigned.  A rather crude color piece that might have come from Northrop.  Not one of my favorites.

Republic P-47D Thunderbolt, by Reynold Brown from Flying.  Color piece, no issue indicated.

 

There is a section covering various experimental and lesser known aircreaft that  wish had been illustrated. After a while, the usual suspects get a bit boring, but there is always something new in there.

A great series if anyone is looking to add aviation artwork from seven decades ago.

Tom West



#13106 IrasDaughter

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Posted 10 May 2014 - 22:49

Thanks for the heads up on that Tom, much appreciated. Looks like I might be busy tomorrow then



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Posted 11 May 2014 - 09:08

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

 

Tom, sorry for late answer, just want to say that I'm glad to see that my posts become interested to you. Primarily my best wishes about your fast recovery; initial, hard part, is now behind you, and now you have new reasons for further strengthening of optimism and willpower. All the best!

 

That mentioned Zastava 750 is based on Fiat 600 (model 100) which is the biggest success of Fiat - together with its clones made in Yugoslavia (Zastava 750, 850...), Spain (Seat 600), Argentina (600R), Germany (770)... it has been produced in more than 5 million copies without significant changes of original design. Beside its - for that class and middle 1950s - fairly modern technical solutions that car is important for me because it's set Serb/Yugoslav nation (and not only that one) on wheels.
 

However, I'm afraid that you heard about Zastava before, but maybe through her name for western markets since early 1980s: it's notorious quality-free Yugo (45, 55, 60, 65... A, AX, E, EX, Koral, Tempo, In... basically factory model 102). In accordance with this - there's few poor quality cutaways of Yugo (model 102) that I initially didn't plan to post, but just to round out the story.

 

Yugo 45  1981-1984

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Yugo A 45 1986
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Yugo A 1986-1988; source of image: webfind, Haynes manual cover.
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Yugo A RP (Yugo A with American domestic visual pack)
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Click on thumbnails for full size.

 

Webfinds.


Edited by majstor, 11 May 2014 - 09:09.


#13108 majstor

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Posted 11 May 2014 - 09:08

Mercedes S-Klasse (W222) 2014

 

 

 

 

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click for full size - 6850 × 4724 pixels

 

http://imagizer.imag...5/3465/hlbq.jpg

 

Webfind.

 

PS

How to generate link for thumbnails (BB-code probably) on Imageshack? Thanks!


Edited by majstor, 11 May 2014 - 09:10.


#13109 majstor

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Posted 11 May 2014 - 09:09

Škoda 1000 MB

 

Sorry, I'm not sure is it 990 (1964-1965) or 721 (1966-1967) series; found this picture (not high quality, but good sized) as "Skoda 1000MB 1964-1969", so it's accredited to whole production of 1000 MB beside it's clear that we see some early model. Any help appreciated.

 

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click for full size, 4603/2392 pixels

 

http://fotkica.com/i...B 1964-1969.jpg

 

Webfind.

 

 

 

Škoda 100 MB

 

Scans of manual. Very small size and poor quality, sorry. Click on thumbnails for full size.

 

Cutaway.

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Engine.
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Gearbox.
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Front axle, suspension and brakes.
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Cutaway.
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Rear axle, suspension with transmission.
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Webfind.



#13110 IrasDaughter

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Posted 11 May 2014 - 12:38

ok scanned and uploaded to shiny new imageshack account (1 months trial only now) and I copy the URL to direct link in here and the OK stays greyed out - it wont let me. Where am I going wrong please?

Please note, I will be away from computer for the next 3 days at least as my grand daughter is in hospital so no rush x



#13111 TWest

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Posted 15 May 2014 - 01:36

I thought I would put a couple of more pieces out there for everyone just to keep some momentum going. The first is an unsigned piece from October, 1975 issue of Air International. This is the Canadair CL-215 Firefighter, rather a special purpose aircraft.

Tom West

 

 

CanadairCL215-1967-AirIntl10-1975-Unsigned

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#13112 TWest

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Posted 15 May 2014 - 01:44

This is another Canadair aircraft, the CL-600 Challenger Executive Jet. The illustration is Mike Badrocke's Aviagraphica credit, as published in Air International, September, 1978.

I believe this was the aircraft that I got to fly when I was with the General Mills Toy Group; we were doing our Pre-Toy Fair in Chicago, and they came up with a run to Las Vegas for the CES show there and back in one day.  i can see the attraction of having one of these dudes around.
Tom West

 

 

 

CanadairCL600Challenger-1977-AirIntl09-1978-Aviagraphica

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#13113 TWest

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Posted 15 May 2014 - 01:49

Just as a point of interest, I put in some time organizing the cutaways that I have up on Imageshack, so there are albums for Aircraft, and for almost all the illustrators in the automotive field. Check it out as it will be a little easier to work with than just the miscellaneous stuff. See if this link works:  https://imageshack.com/user/TWXray

Let me know how this works for youi.

Tom West



#13114 Manfred Cubenoggin

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Posted 15 May 2014 - 11:22

Yes, Tom.  The album feature seems to be working fine.  I selected one at random and all the images seem to have loaded.  I'm leaving that page open to come back and view in depth after the usual surf routine this morning.  Thank you, sir.  :)



#13115 TWest

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Posted 16 May 2014 - 00:04

I seem to be on a run with file cutaways lately, so I thought I would just keep going on.  Rather hot here so not feeling like doing much else, and the hip is sort of aching anyway.  Want to get a couple of things posted, and then go down and do my walking circuits for the day. Also, this is the hottest time of the day here, and it is around 105° today, and I am finally getting the sun on the northwest corner, so this is the tough part of my day.

I have been sending some unusual subjects, but they are all based on the file names, so aircraft are going out in manufacturer order, and cars are being done in artist order. Sooo, we start out with a John Weal piece on the CASA 212 Aviocar of 1971. This was publishedin the early Air Enthusiast, April, 1973 edition.

T West

 

CASA212Aviocar-1971-AirEnth04-1973-Weal

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#13116 TWest

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Posted 16 May 2014 - 00:11

The next four pieces are all Haynes Manual covers, but taken from Xerox copies, so none are all that clean.  I just find these to be of interest because they represent the basic cars that are out there on the road, not a bunch of one-offs and specials.

This piece is from Phillip Cox, on the 1994 edition on the Citroen 2X.

Tom West

 

 

Cox,Phillip-Citroen2X-1994

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#13117 TWest

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Posted 16 May 2014 - 00:16

This is another of those crappy copies from the Haynes cover, this one being Terry Collins rendition of the 1975 Ford Cortina 3.

T West

 

Collins,Terry-FordCortina3-1975

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Posted 16 May 2014 - 00:21

Another of the Haynes pieces.  Phillip Cox version of the 1991 Fiat Tipo.

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Cox,Phillip-FiatTipo-1991

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#13119 TWest

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Posted 16 May 2014 - 00:25

Last for the evening, Phillip Cox version of the 1991 Ford Fiesta from the cover of the Haynes Manual.

Tom West

 

 

Cox,Phillip-FordFiesta-1991

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#13120 ibsenop

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Posted 17 May 2014 - 14:17

Saturn 5 Apollo by Don Sprague - Web find.

 

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Index Update

The TNF Cutaway Index (PDF file - 103 pages) could be downloaded from this link:

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


Edited by ibsenop, 17 May 2014 - 17:23.


#13121 Duc-Man

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Posted 17 May 2014 - 16:25

Citroen ZX, Fiat Tipo and Fiesta Mk.III - That's a blast from the past. I haven't seen one of those Citroens for ages. We still have a handful of Tipos and Fiestas around.

Thanks for posting. :up:



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Posted 18 May 2014 - 01:17

Web found:
 
Convair F-106 Delta Dart by Aviagraphica
 
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North American F-100 Super Sabre by Aviagraphica
 
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Northrop Grumman EA-6B Prowler by Mike Badrocke
 
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#13123 iolaire

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Posted 22 May 2014 - 09:23

I've been trying to locate a cutaway of an MGB for my office wall and can't fathom the indexes created on this thread as the page numbers don't seem to tie up. Have perhaps some posts been removed and pages have therefore moved. Mine is a 1975 rubber bumper version and I was also struggling to find a P6 Rover V8 that's listed as my brother has a Series 1 and thought I might make a print for his garage wall...

 

Thanks in advance

 

Tez



#13124 bradbury west

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Posted 22 May 2014 - 13:36

Welcome to TNF.

Having an idle moment when I read your request, so I googled MGB cutaway drawing and the same for Rover P6. Try it and take your pick.  Happy to help anyone who seems to have made some effort for themselves.....

If you have an IPad thing, do it on that and then use the foto facility to get a hi-res shot which should print out reasonably well. A decent hi res scanner will then copy it in a v large size suitable for printing in large format.

Anything else?

Roger Lund



#13125 TWest

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Posted 22 May 2014 - 19:24

Great response, Roger. Thought I would try to help a bit, so check the link below to my Imageshack Album. This is a 1980 MGB.  Hope this is close to what you were looking for.  Don't have anything on the Rover, but it may be in there somewhere.

 

http://imageshack.co...rrymgb1980s.jpg

 

Tom West



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Posted 22 May 2014 - 23:12

From the index (latest updade post # 13120 page New 263) we can get this:

 

MGB 1800 chassis by artist unknown - page 225  -> NEW 180  post # 8962
MGB 1800 Convertible by Dick Ellis - page 225  -> NEW 180   post # 8962 
MGB 1800 front suspension by artist unknown - page 225   -> NEW 180   post # 8962
MGB 1962 by Theo Page - page 172   -> NEW 138  post # 6868
MGB 1980 by Terry Davey - page 203-214(colour)   -> NEW 162  post # 8079  -> NEW 171  post # 8528
MGB by Robert Roux - page 109   -> NEW 87,2  post # 4320
MGB Coupe by James A. Allington - page 211   -> NEW 168,8    post # 8423 - very small
MGB GT by James A. Allington - page 18   -> NEW 14,4   post # 0710 - very small
MGB GT V8 by Lawrence Watts - page 136   -> NEW 109  -  post # 5403 - missing cutaway
MGB Roadster by James A. Allington - page 18   -> NEW 14,4  post # 0710 - very small
MGB V8 by Dick Ellis - page 180   -> NEW 144   post # 7183 - two half parts
MGB V8 by Dick Ellis - page 50   -> NEW 40   -  post #1999
 
No Rover P6 V8 cutaway yet at this forum. 

Edited by ibsenop, 22 May 2014 - 23:15.


#13127 fnqvmuch

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Posted 23 May 2014 - 00:46

better than nothing?

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maybe?


Edited by fnqvmuch, 23 May 2014 - 00:53.


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Posted 23 May 2014 - 06:29

Another item of interest that I have been sending out, hopefully of some interest, is the latest issues of the Aeroplane Special edition of Aviation Archives. .....
A great series if anyone is looking to add aviation artwork from seven decades ago.
Tom West


I agree, Tom, it's an interesting series. Thanks for the heads-up.

Thanks, too, for the airplane cutaways. That's my industry so I'm as interested in them as the cars.

I've been unable to find a hi-res cutaway of the Boeing 747-400 so I'm considering buying a print from FlightGlobal. Has anyone here done that before and have recommendations about what size, format, etc is best?

IM

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Posted 23 May 2014 - 07:33

better than nothing?

rover35artistunknown.jpghttps://picasaweb.go...feat=directlink

maybe?

 

Not so clear but better resolution:

 

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Rover 3.5. Artist, unknown

 

http://img21.imagesh...tistunknown.jpg
 



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Posted 23 May 2014 - 13:35

Welcome to TNF.

Having an idle moment when I read your request, so I googled MGB cutaway drawing and the same for Rover P6. Try it and take your pick.  Happy to help anyone who seems to have made some effort for themselves.....

If you have an IPad thing, do it on that and then use the foto facility to get a hi-res shot which should print out reasonably well. A decent hi res scanner will then copy it in a v large size suitable for printing in large format.

Anything else?

Roger Lund

Thanks Roger I've just reset the 1980 US MGB sales brochure from scans I found elsewhere and tidied everything up, redid the type and generally made it presentable (and printable) is there a place for this on here... my MGB awaits a new engine 400 miles south of here so I'm getting itchy fingers!



#13131 iolaire

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Posted 23 May 2014 - 14:22

 

From the index (latest updade post # 13120 page New 263) we can get this:

 

MGB 1800 chassis by artist unknown - page 225  -> NEW 180  post # 8962
MGB 1800 Convertible by Dick Ellis - page 225  -> NEW 180   post # 8962 
MGB 1800 front suspension by artist unknown - page 225   -> NEW 180   post # 8962
MGB 1962 by Theo Page - page 172   -> NEW 138  post # 6868
MGB 1980 by Terry Davey - page 203-214(colour)   -> NEW 162  post # 8079  -> NEW 171  post # 8528
MGB by Robert Roux - page 109   -> NEW 87,2  post # 4320
MGB Coupe by James A. Allington - page 211   -> NEW 168,8    post # 8423 - very small
MGB GT by James A. Allington - page 18   -> NEW 14,4   post # 0710 - very small
MGB GT V8 by Lawrence Watts - page 136   -> NEW 109  -  post # 5403 - missing cutaway
MGB Roadster by James A. Allington - page 18   -> NEW 14,4  post # 0710 - very small
MGB V8 by Dick Ellis - page 180   -> NEW 144   post # 7183 - two half parts
MGB V8 by Dick Ellis - page 50   -> NEW 40   -  post #1999
 
No Rover P6 V8 cutaway yet at this forum. 

 

Thanks I had hoped that the 1980 MGB would be rubber bumper but alas not - thanks for your assistance



#13132 iolaire

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Posted 23 May 2014 - 14:23

Great response, Roger. Thought I would try to help a bit, so check the link below to my Imageshack Album. This is a 1980 MGB.  Hope this is close to what you were looking for.  Don't have anything on the Rover, but it may be in there somewhere.

 

http://imageshack.co...rrymgb1980s.jpg

 

Tom West

Thanks Tom I was hoping it would be rubber bumper model but not to be...



#13133 ibsenop

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Posted 26 May 2014 - 17:39

From the Technical Forum: Tony Matthews Cutaway: The Mercedes-Ilmor 500I pushrod Indy V8 http://www.macsmotor...ushrod-indy-v8/

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Posted 26 May 2014 - 18:48

Such a rare talent. Purity of line, crystal clarity  etc.

Roger Lund



#13135 simplebrother

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Posted 26 May 2014 - 19:59

I agree, Tom, it's an interesting series. Thanks for the heads-up.

Thanks, too, for the airplane cutaways. That's my industry so I'm as interested in them as the cars.

I've been unable to find a hi-res cutaway of the Boeing 747-400 so I'm considering buying a print from FlightGlobal. Has anyone here done that before and have recommendations about what size, format, etc is best?

IM

I have a 747-400 by Badrocke, color, but not really hi-res (only 2600x1312 - 1.5MB) if you would like it - not really what you are seeking, and not an answer to your specific question, but...

Peter



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Posted 26 May 2014 - 21:54

From the Technical Forum: Tony Matthews Cutaway: The Mercedes-Ilmor 500I pushrod Indy V8 http://www.macsmotor...ushrod-indy-v8/

 

 

 

Thank you! Please allow me to give it the full show-biz presentation: 

 

 

 

Tony Matthews Cutaway: The Mercedes-Ilmor 500I pushrod Indy V8  | Mac's Motor City Garage.com

 

 

 

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#13137 IrishMariner

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Posted 27 May 2014 - 02:18

I'm almost finished reading 'Beast' so it's nice to see Mr Matthews' incredible work highlighted now. Can't believe it's been 20yrs since Ilmor caught everyone by surprise. It's funny how the project's almost wartime-like schedule and demands from its participants did not skip the cutaway preparation.

As an aside, I'll be giving 'Beast' 4 or 5 stars on Amazon once I've finished with it. It's proven to be better than I expected, packed with anecdotes I'd not heard before and is very readable (I've only been at it a couple of days). Patrick Morgan's CATIA modeled parts do their job admirably, but my only gripe would be that there's a lack of contemporary technical pictures & drawings...although Jade Gurss' readership demanded it not bee too technical. I also suspect Cameron Earl's dry masterpiece has my expectations from books like this set overly high.

Edited by IrishMariner, 27 May 2014 - 02:21.


#13138 iolaire

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Posted 27 May 2014 - 10:39

Just recalled I have some old RAF Flying Review magazines so I've scanned the cutaways contained therein and will put them up here... Hope this works!

 

 

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#13139 TWest

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Posted 29 May 2014 - 06:40

I have a bunch of cutaways here that I wanted to put out there, starting with this piece  from Flight International, May 21, 2002. This is a team effort by illustrators Mike Badrocke, Picarella and Brown. They don't exactly do one of these every issue, so it is now a pretty special commercial piece done as an insert to the magazine.

Tom West

 

 

CessnaCitationExcel-2000-FlightIntl05-21-2002-Badrocke,Picarella,Brown

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#13140 TWest

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Posted 29 May 2014 - 06:44

The rest of the pieces are copies from Haynes Manual covers.  Not the best reproduction, sorry.
This first Haynes pieces is from Phillip Cox; the 1993 Ford Mondeo.
Tom West

 

 

Cox,Phillip-FordMondeo-1993

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#13141 TWest

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Posted 29 May 2014 - 06:49

The rest of these are Terry Davey pieces, some appearing to be farily early pieces from Mr. Davey.  These are much quicker pieces when compared to the Tomy Matthews classic artwork, but these are cars that would generally never have been done otherwise.
This first is the Haynes Manual Covewr for the Ford Cortina 3 of 1976.
Tom West

 

 

 

Davey,Terry-FordCortina3-1976

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#13142 TWest

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Posted 29 May 2014 - 06:52

Next is the first of two Terry Davey pieces, essentially different versions of the Ford Courier from 1974; another Haynes Manual cover piece.
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Davey,Terry-FordCourier-1974

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#13143 TWest

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Posted 29 May 2014 - 06:55

Updated for the Haynes 1976 Manual on the Ford Courier, this is the Terry Davey cover artwork.
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Davey,Terry-FordCourier-1976

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#13144 TWest

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Posted 29 May 2014 - 06:59

Certainly a vehicle that would need a lot of home service advice, this is the Haynes Cover for the 1977 Ford Econoline Van. Always a widely used base for the custom van field, which was very hot back in the '70s.

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Davey,Terry-FordEconolineVan-1977

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#13145 TWest

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Posted 29 May 2014 - 07:03

Rather plain-Jane piece from Terry Davey for Haynes Manuals on the 1980 Ford Escort.
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Davey,Terry-FordEscort-1980

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#13146 TWest

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Posted 29 May 2014 - 07:05

Another later version of the Ford Escort, 1984; Haynes Manual cover by Terry Davey.

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Davey,Terry-FordEscort-1984

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#13147 TWest

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Posted 29 May 2014 - 07:07

This is the last Haynes piece, another version of the 1985 Ford Escort from Terry Davey.
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Davey,Terry-FordEscort-1985

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#13148 bradbury west

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Posted 29 May 2014 - 07:24

Going back to the Rover P5B, I thought I had only the front end  cutaway as that was where my prime interest in it lay, but I have the full 2 pages from Thoroughbred and Classic  Cars, November 1990 on file here, albeit torn carefully from the magazine. It was a special feature on the Rover. There is a Vic Berris detailed cutaway of the 2000 in a good  size at the top, with a very clear  large size John  Ferguson  cutaway across the bottom  of both pages.

I will happily scan it in (very) hi res as  2 pages if anyone wishes to stitch it together for us. It would be a useful addition to our archives on this thread. The pages are fortunately in A4

If anyone is interested please pm me with e mail contac.t. Tom and ibsenop I have your details if you want the hi res scans.

Roger Lund



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Posted 29 May 2014 - 14:39

Going back to the Rover P5B, I thought I had only the front end  cutaway as that was where my prime interest in it lay, but I have the full 2 pages from Thoroughbred and Classic  Cars, November 1990 on file here, albeit torn carefully from the magazine. It was a special feature on the Rover. There is a Vic Berris detailed cutaway of the 2000 in a good  size at the top, with a very clear  large size John  Ferguson  cutaway across the bottom  of both pages.

I will happily scan it in (very) hi res as  2 pages if anyone wishes to stitch it together for us. It would be a useful addition to our archives on this thread. The pages are fortunately in A4

If anyone is interested please pm me with e mail contac.t. Tom and ibsenop I have your details if you want the hi res scans.

Roger Lund

I'll happily restitch them Roger tez(at)iolaire(dot)co(dot)uk



#13150 bradbury west

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Posted 29 May 2014 - 16:24

I'll do them in the next couple of days. I thought it might be useful scanning them as separate drawings , ie as 4 x  half images,  as portrait rather than landscape, you will see what I mean when I show you.... which might give a bigger image for better stitching. I will do both and see what they look like.  I will also indicate the file size on hi res.

Roger Lund