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#13201 ibsenop

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Posted 20 June 2014 - 01:39

Chevrolet Opala SS 4100 1973 by artist unknown

 

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#13202 IrishMariner

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Posted 22 June 2014 - 02:10

RIP Jim Bamber.

Although rightly know more for his topical cartoons, he did create some decent rally car cutaways in his time. I specifically remember his Celica GT-4.

Edited by IrishMariner, 22 June 2014 - 02:10.


#13203 TWest

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Posted 22 June 2014 - 19:42

Always sad to hear that another cutaway artist is gone, and we seem to be losing a bunch of late.  Don't think Jim Bamber would be one of the top names in the field, but he had some very interesting pieces from what I have seen.  I have a couple of things in books that I haven't quite gotten the nerve to cut apart to reproduce, but I may have to figure that out. Thought I would honor Mr. Bamber with some of the material that has been previously sent on this group.
Tom West

 

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#13204 IrishMariner

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Posted 23 June 2014 - 02:18

Always sad to hear that another cutaway artist is gone, and we seem to be losing a bunch of late. Don't think Jim Bamber would be one of the top names in the field, but he had some very interesting pieces from what I have seen. I have a couple of things in books that I haven't quite gotten the nerve to cut apart to reproduce, but I may have to figure that out. Thought I would honor Mr. Bamber with some of the material that has been previously sent on this group.
Tom

Thanks for posting the drawings, Tom... Your reposts show how varied his style could be. Pieces like the 037 demonstrate he had considerable skill, yet the more modern Focus showed what he could do using his more 'cartoony' style assuming time/budget constraints. I remember the Focus appearing in, I think, the much-missed 'Cars & Car Conversions' and hoping that it signaled the start of a new trend for cutaways, albeit lo-fi ones.

Edited by IrishMariner, 23 June 2014 - 04:07.


#13205 IrishMariner

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Posted 23 June 2014 - 02:37

FYI, the June/July issue of 'Hot Rod' magazine has a 4-page feature on Rex Burnett plus a 2-page feature on David Kimble.

#13206 TWest

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Posted 25 June 2014 - 05:13

Tuck in, as I have a string of images based on a request from Christian Vambennette off the group.  He has asked me to post some things previously, and came up with a long list of supplementary items, a few of which I did not have Will just take these in my file name reference order ...

And we start with the James Allington piece on the Ferguson Project 99, the 4WD Formula 1 car that was built. The original of this file came from the group here.

Tom West

 

 

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#13207 TWest

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Posted 25 June 2014 - 05:18

The second piece from the Christian VamBennette requrests is the Lotus 23, this version being from James Allington.  Again, this is from the group files.

Tom West

 

 

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#13208 TWest

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Posted 25 June 2014 - 05:22

This is one of my scans, the James Allington Lotus 30, as seen in Car & Driver, April, 1964.

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#13209 TWest

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Posted 25 June 2014 - 05:29

Christian was looking for a Chaparral by Brian Hatton, but this 4D from Vic Berris was all that I have here ... again, previously from the group.

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#13210 TWest

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Posted 25 June 2014 - 05:38

This is a second piece on the Ferguson Project 99, from John Ferguson out of the May, 1963 Car & Driver.

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#13211 TWest

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Posted 25 June 2014 - 05:54

This is another scan out of the group files, Brian Hatton's Lotus 30 from 1964.

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#13212 TWest

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Posted 25 June 2014 - 06:02

Christian sent me this scan, but I already had a larger one, from the group, I think. This is the one I had on file on John Hostler's Ford Capri 4WD RallyCross of Roger Clark Racing.

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Hostler,John-FordCapri4wdRogerClarkRallyCross

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#13213 TWest

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Posted 25 June 2014 - 06:04

Another request, this is Clarence LaTourette's 1957 Corvette SS, a test bed racing/show car.

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#13214 TWest

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Posted 25 June 2014 - 06:07

Another request, the rather unique Gulf-Miller rear-engined Indy car from 1938, illustrated by Clarence LaTourette.

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#13215 TWest

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Posted 25 June 2014 - 06:10

This is another option on the Ferguson Project 99 4x4 Formula 1, from Theo Page.

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#13216 TWest

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Posted 25 June 2014 - 06:13

This one is an unsigned piece depicting Jim Hall's first Chaparral, the Chaparral 1, as shown in Sports Car Graphic, August, 1961.  One of my scans.

Tom West

 

 

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#13217 TWest

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Posted 25 June 2014 - 06:19

This is one of the scans sent to me by Christian to pass along, and an interesting one it is.  I have never seen this rendition of the Bugatti Type 55 Super Sport Roadster of 1931 anywhere, and it is certainly good enough to be all over the place.  Has some appearnaces like it could be an Inomoto, but I am calling it a Fujine Yano piece, as his style was evidently patterned on the wonderful Inomoto work. See whast you think.
That's all for these evening folks.  Hope you enjoy this stuff ... and lets see a bit more from the rest of you, howzaboudit?

Tom West

 

 

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#13218 Manfred Cubenoggin

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Posted 25 June 2014 - 11:22

WOW!  What a treat to open TNF this morning and find this string of beauties!

 

TYMV, Tom!  :)



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Posted 25 June 2014 - 15:45

This one is an unsigned piece depicting Jim Hall's first Chaparral, the Chaparral 1, as shown in Sports Car Graphic, August, 1961.  One of my scans.

Tom West

 

 

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This drawing is in the Chaparral book by Falconer w/ Nye. It is also unsigned but credited to Car & Driver in the description.



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#13220 TWest

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Posted 26 June 2014 - 20:59

Barring any better suggestions from anyone, I am going to conclude that the Chaparral 1 piece from Car and Driver is by Robert Thatcher. There are a number of his works that were not signed, eventually to have a credit line attached, and then finally getting his signature on the drawing. It would be about the right time for his work like this, and it look like his style at the time.

Any other suggestions before I head down this track?

Thanks.

Tom West



#13221 Motocar

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Posted 27 June 2014 - 02:41

[quote name="Motocar" post="6761212" timestamp="1402984669"]Motocar, on 17 Jun 2014 - 01:27, said:

Auto insurance proposal Popular Mechanics magazine in April 1976 in its Spanish edition, in the article "Safety and Style for the 80's, in the same was speculation about how the cars would eighties, illustrator Bradley made some I conlo designs by that time it was thought would be the cars of the future, in the same central engine derived from the platform of the Fiat X1 / 9, large areas of glass with glass flush with thin rollover steel bars are proposed to resistant, very thin bucket seats behind the backrest and headrest, with seating for four adults, would have wide rear vision mirrors full width with disc brakes on all four wheels, aerodynamic design to very low fuel consumption, its Bumper debian deformed in crashes at low speeds and debian regain his form, turn in a frontal or side to ensure the survival of its occupants accidents, another feature that incorporated was a barrier to retention in the event of winding a pedestrian, avoiding injury later caused the projected out. It is interesting to look back and notice that many of the proposed solutions have already been incorporated in the vehicles today, especially top collapsible trunk, security bars on doors and ability to absorb impactosfrontales at 55 Km / h with damage minimus passengers (provided they comply with the regulations and crash test) this court will make schematic using as donor the cutaway of the Fiat X1 / 9 and using the artwork of Bradley as a guide, there is a lot of speculation and I consider it a work in progress , quize do to see how serious. modified by Motocar.

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his is the drawing that you use to recreate the design of Mr. Bradley (name invested in the published imagenn) published in Popular Mechanics April 1976 in his edition in Spanish, in English be have been the February edition of the same year , coming from the main article joyful version.

P. D. Excuse me for not being a cutaway as such Motocar, Venezuela
 
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PD Perdón por no ser un corte como tal Motocar, Venezuela

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#13222 TWest

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Posted 27 June 2014 - 06:51

I have a bit of information for any of you who have interest in aviation cutaways; I just received my latest issue of Aeroplane Aviation Archive.  This one is titled "Special Duties Aircraft of WW2," and features a bunch of lesser known aircraft, mostly in contemporary cutaways, with archive photos added.  Nice general reference, and some strange cutaways, including:

Cierva C30 Autogyro, by Max Millar.

Auster IV, by James Clark.

Westland Lysander, by James Clark.

Percival Vega Gull, by James Clark.

Miles Master II, Unsigned.

Miles Martinet, Unsigned.

Hawker Henley, by James Clark.

Miles Magister, by G.H.R.Johnson.

deHavilland Tiger Moth, by Mike Badrocke.

Miles Messenger, by James Clark.

 

Some unusual items not generally seen.

Tom West



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Posted 27 June 2014 - 19:12

Are any of you familiar with the book Cutaway, The Automotive Art of David Kimble, by David Kimble and Chris Endres, published by CarTech in 2010, ISBN 9781934709849?  I have one but would like to find another copy for a friend. The book is not listed on Amazon or Abe Books. My copy is number 237 of 1,000, all of which were signed by David Kimble. Anyone know anything about it?

 

(Yes, I did try searching this thread, but it's so long that reading all the hits on "cutaway" or "David Kimble" would take a week!)

 

Thanks,

 

Frank


Edited by fbarrett, 27 June 2014 - 19:14.


#13224 TWest

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Posted 27 June 2014 - 20:20

Frank, That book was pretty much exclusively sold online, as I believe the only wholesale copies went out through Autobooks in Burbank, and they only got a dozen or so. Everything else went out at full price online, so essentially they sold the 1000 books at $100 each.  I suggest that you keep an eye on e-Bay or Amazon and see what shows up there.  I just looked in Amazon and there was nothing listed, but you never know when someone will be offloading something.  It certainly never made it into the stocklists of the normal retailers.

Good luck finding another copy.

Tom West.



#13225 TWest

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Posted 27 June 2014 - 23:25

It was mentioned that Hot Rod Magazine has just run two articles on Cutaway Artists in their recent issue. To see anything is quite spectacular, but eight pages in one issue is like the pot of gold at the end of a rainbow. Thought you would like to see what was printed.

The first spread is an article on David Kimble, probably the top commercial cutaway artist in the world, and has been for many years.  You can read some of his background and history in the article, so I don't need to go into anything more here.

The last three spreads are the pages of an article on Rex Burnett. The Hot Rod of the Month, featuring the two-page centerspread cutaway by Burnett was the highlight of the early years of Hot Rod, so it is interesting to see them actually put pages into something like this, since they would never actually do something like that today.  I have mixed feelings about what his work actually was, but have seen some of his roughs and they are much better and more detailed than anything he put into the Hot Rod pieces. Have a feeling that was due to the rediculously low price paid for such work.  Hasn't gotten proportionally all that much better, to be honest.

Anyway, here are 8 pages out of the July 2014 issue of Hot Rod magazine presenting  David Kimble and Rex Burnett.

Tom West

 

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#13226 Duc-Man

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Posted 29 June 2014 - 14:20

I just found this on the web:

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Pontiac Grand Am nascar racecar by Kenny Youngblood

 

And here is a link to some dragster cutaways/x-rays: http://superstock.nh...double-the-fun/


Edited by Duc-Man, 29 June 2014 - 14:27.


#13227 TWest

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Posted 29 June 2014 - 20:16

I thought that I would post a couple of links to the original site on the NHRA Website, part of Phil Burgess' regular column on various items of historic interest.

 

The first link features a group of staged photo cutaways, and other created action photos if you scroll down to the lower part of the page.

http://nhra.com/blog...nsider/page/13/

 

The second link inlcudes a set of cutaways that I sent to Phil for a column, along with another column on more of the Photo Cutaways.

http://nhra.com/blog...nsider/page/14/

 

If any of the drag racing stuff is of interest, you will find much more in the other pages of this Phil Burgess column from the site.

Tom West



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Posted 01 July 2014 - 23:43

I have a bit of information for any of you who have interest in aviation cutaways; I just received my latest issue of Aeroplane Aviation Archive.  This one is titled "Special Duties Aircraft of WW2," and features a bunch of lesser known aircraft, mostly in contemporary cutaways, with archive photos added.  Nice general reference, and some strange cutaways, including:

Cierva C30 Autogyro, by Max Millar.

Auster IV, by James Clark.

Westland Lysander, by James Clark.

Percival Vega Gull, by James Clark.

Miles Master II, Unsigned.

Miles Martinet, Unsigned.

Hawker Henley, by James Clark.

Miles Magister, by G.H.R.Johnson.

deHavilland Tiger Moth, by Mike Badrocke.

Miles Messenger, by James Clark.

 

Some unusual items not generally seen.

Tom West

 

I am interesting in the aircrafts cutaways send by me private mail or post public, Thanks Tom West 

 

Cutaway Batwing the Batman hardware aircraft an your armament

 

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#13229 TWest

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Posted 02 July 2014 - 19:30

MC,

I think you might have missed the point of that post regarding the Aeroplane Archives.  I had a subscription to this publication and thought everyone (the general cutaway fans) would like to know something like this was available on the newsstands, or wherever one might get such a publication in your area.  I am not going to be scanning the magazine until I clear a number of other things first. Did not realize that I made it sound like an offer, sorry.

Also, that Batwing illustration was certainly interesting, along with many of your other posts. Thank-you for finding such different items.

Tom West



#13230 Motocar

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Posted 06 July 2014 - 00:59

Thanks Tom W. no problems I search in the internet.

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Posted 06 July 2014 - 01:08

Cutaway Spice Acura author Russell Von Sauers "Russ" web:

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#13232 TWest

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Posted 06 July 2014 - 19:41

MC,

While the files in the Russell Von Sauers files on the link are relatively small, there are some of high interest in there.  I am not sure why I am not able to pull those out of the site, but there are three or four others in there besides the Spice that I would like to add to the files.  Let me know how you pulled this one, or, if you have the time, please send the others as independent files if you can. Thank-you.
Obviously, anyone else would be welcomed to do the same, with my gratitude.
Tom West



#13233 ibsenop

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Posted 08 July 2014 - 11:34

Toyota Corona 1967 by John Marsden - on behalf of Macoran

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Renault 30 by artist unknown - on behalf of Macoran

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Renault 30 suspension by artist unknown - on behalf of Macoran

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Triumph Stag V8 engine by Vic Berris - on behalf of Macoran

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#13234 werks prototype

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Posted 08 July 2014 - 11:38

Ah, you beat me to it, Ibsen! :) :up:

 

They are beauties!



#13235 ibsenop

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Posted 08 July 2014 - 12:09

Hi Tom,
here are the Von Sauers cutaways (screen Capture)
 
Chevrolet Montecarlo Nascar by Russell Von Sauers
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Porsche 962 by Russell Von Sauers
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Windstar Overhead Air Conditioning System by Russell Von Sauers
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#13236 TWest

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Posted 08 July 2014 - 17:43

This is quite a confluence of players in the group over the last few posts; reminds me a bit of what I saw when I first came on here, and what keeps me coming back for more.  Miss seeing Marc's work on here, as I really love his retouching and envy it greatly.  Ibsen has been the historian, while contributing to it at the same time,  And Werks has always brought unusual subjects out, at least unusual in what I have had available. 

Just as a note of possible interest, I have been going through some of my storage unit, a few boxes at a time, and have pulled out a few things that might be of interest, including my early Race Car Engineering set.  I have scanned all the cutaways, and will post them here.  A number have already been sent out here, but I will try to do larger files for you than anything generally available, just to raise the state of the art a bit ...

Also, I am rounding up all of my F1 annuals, and will be scanning all the D'Alessio illustrations. Still awaiting a few that I bought online, but have seven sitting here at the moment.

Of course, I am also cleaning up photos from the bikini contest at Muscle Beach over the 4th ... and one does have priorities at times ...

Tom West



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Posted 08 July 2014 - 18:42

Just as a note of possible interest, I have been going through some of my storage unit, a few boxes at a time, and have pulled out a few things that might be of interest, including my early Race Car Engineering set.  I have scanned all the cutaways, and will post them here. 

 

That will be very interesting, Tom :up:



#13238 Motocar

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Posted 16 July 2014 - 22:26

Cutaway, Schematic section of a Boat that offered Popular Mechanics magazine in 1954 to build this boat susw readers, it was bringing innumerable details, material lists and these excellent drawings of the time, and author Eldon Shiel taken from the website "Mimecanicapopular. com "in its digital version in Spanish, now the magazine is not published in Spanish.

 

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Cutaway, court schematic concept of "Disposable Auto" published by Popular Mechanics magazine, in 1983, previously posted on the issue but "White and black" now makes colors aquie a set of ideas to build a car exposed it was very economical and at the end of its useful life simply discarded, had fantastic ideas, such as using common doors to both sides, rear-engined, water-cooled, frame molding, large windows and interchangeable ornaments identifiocar different brands "Chevrolet, Pontiac, Etc" wheel hubs of a single nut sets, compact suspensions Kingdoma brakes to the wheels and tires from a single use, it is interesting to note that although the same donot built, his ideas were used by builders as Gurgel in Brazil with his Br-800 to end the decade of the 80's / 90's and more recently Mr. Rattan Tata built his Tata Nano with many ideas but not their aesthetic, and this according to its constructor "cheap Order of world "author Bradley

 

14621426586_8416792d4b_o.jpg1958 Ford Fairlane Court schematic, detail monocoque chassis construction, estyructura roof, V-8 and 6 cylinder engines, suspensions etc etc unidentified author and taken from a Ford ad uploaded to Flickr

 

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#13239 Jian10

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Posted 18 July 2014 - 13:37

Found some Falcon Jets Cutaways at http://www.dassaultfalcon.com/:

 

http://www.dassaultf.../Cutaway/5X.pdf

http://www.dassaultf.../Cutaway/7X.pdf

http://www.dassaultf.../Cutaway/8X.pdf

http://www.dassaultf...taway/900LX.pdf

http://www.dassaultf...away/2000LX.pdf

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#13240 majstor

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Posted 18 July 2014 - 13:58

Ford Fairlane Court  1958

 

I found same picture as already posted by Motocar, but in bigger size.

 

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Click for full size (3101/2424 pixels):

 

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Source of image is this site:

 

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#13241 Macca

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Posted 18 July 2014 - 14:41

I can't remember whether I mentioned it earlier in this thread, but I have a coniderable number of issues of 'Air International' magazines from the 1970s up to 2000, and all of them have at least 1 cutaway of a current or historic aircraft; and I am getting rid of them.

 

If there is a particular cutaway (or indeed magazine issue) that someone is seeking, they can have the magazine for the cost of postage. I can't scan individual pictures, I'm afraid.

 

Otherwise they will just go.

 

 

Paul M



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Posted 18 July 2014 - 14:50

Thanks to his reporting to Croatian magazine Auto Klub I found out about a young new author from my area: it is Ljubomir Krčmar, student and artist from Banja Luka (Srpska, Bosnia and Hezegovina). Basis of Ljubomir work is on design sketches and views of already existing vehicles , but he shown interest in cutaway drawings as well, as we can see from gallery of his pictures:

 

http://racing-is-my-...144151/Featured

 

http://racing-is-my-...deviantart.com/

 

 

Alfa Romeo DTM (work in progress)

 

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Lancia Delta HF 3 (final, work in progress)

 

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http://fotkica.com/i... delta HF 3.jpg

 

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It is interesting fact that is possible to order cadre from Ljubomir.

 

 



#13243 majstor

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Posted 18 July 2014 - 15:27

Subaru 360 1958–1971

 

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http://fotkica.com/i...aru 360 (9).jpg

 

Webfind.



#13244 Duc-Man

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Posted 19 July 2014 - 10:49

Webfind Honda S600:

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Looks to me like it is from a Honda brochure .



#13245 Motocar

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Posted 20 July 2014 - 03:21

Cutaway Streanmlined SEM The Design, design electric scooter with cabin and more retro style I spoiler, the engine is electric and energy the provide a set of batteries under the driver's seat, the handle having both brakes as changes has a recumbent position management, original author signing this schematic sectional SEM design was retouched by Motocar to recreate a full cutaway design. is important to say that I currently work enconstruir my own design of "Motocar" 
 
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#13246 Motocar

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Posted 20 July 2014 - 03:38

The Velomobiel cutaway, The aerodynamic bicycle designed by cyclists for cyclists, was designed in the Netherlands in a small family business but with the latest technology, standing out its named Orca model, drawing taken from their website:

 

quest-velomobile.jpg Web site:http://ecomodder.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2010/01/quest-velomobile.jpg

 

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#13247 majstor

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Posted 20 July 2014 - 18:19

Porsche 911 Turbo (3.3 Coupe) (Typ 964) 1990–1992

 

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http://fotkica.com/i...) 1990–1992.jpg

 

http://fotkica.com/i... (964) 002.jpg

 

http://fotkica.com/i... (964) 003.jpg

 

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#13248 Jian10

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Posted 21 July 2014 - 18:58

E-2D cutaway drawing:

 

http://www.northropg...away_Poster.pdf



#13249 TWest

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Posted 22 July 2014 - 04:40

I have a bunch of different pieces collected, so get ready. Some of these have been seen before, but these should be a little larger that what has appeared previously.
The first illustration is from Milanesi Alloisi on the Alfa Romeo 155 V6 TI Class 1 Touring car from 1973. There was a nice tech article on the car with the artwork in Race Car Engineering, March, 1993 issue.

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#13250 TWest

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Posted 22 July 2014 - 04:53

This is another of the Euro touring-Rally cars that was featured in a nice technical summary in Race Car Engineering, September, 2001 issue. This is the very successful Peugeot 205 Turbo 16 WRC car of 2001, with a signature of Th. Bertrand, and artist that I have not seen previously.

Tom West

 

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