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#3001 Tony Matthews

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Posted 04 December 2009 - 17:10

Bingo!

Anders, I quite often miss the lottery jackpot by a similar amount! Anyway, it's the thought that counts...

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#3002 TWest

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Posted 04 December 2009 - 19:17

What an impressive body of work has been posted on this board. Thanks for creating this, Anders, even if you missed out on being number 3000. I ended up as number 50000 on a drag racing board that I was a part of here ... and it really wasn't as big a deal as I would have thought. No prizes, a parade, or nothin' ...
Ok, going to put a couple of more of these scans up. I am trying to make sure that these haven't been up before here, and apologize if I duplicate anything.
This is another Allington illustration of the Lotus-engined Ford Cortina. I pulled it from Sports Car Graphic, March or 1963 ... for reference.

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Posted 04 December 2009 - 19:19

This is one that I know has been up previously. I had a stat neg shot from one of the Shell posters, and scanned it in, then downsized it to send out. Should be a fairly clean rendition of one of my favorite James Allington illustrations; the Ford Mk. IV.


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#3004 TWest

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Posted 04 December 2009 - 19:21

This is another repeat of one of the Shell Allington posters; the Chaparral coupe.

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#3005 macoran

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Posted 04 December 2009 - 20:01

Macoran,

This is not an A.J. Foyt's car. This is the drawing of the car in which Eddie Sachs had that fatal accident that year 1964. It is a Shrike-Ford
Not to badmouth you but putting the reords straight OK?
Foyt drove a Watson-Offy that year and won the race with it.


Thnaks for posting it. If my memory is correct, this drawing also appeared in the 1964 Clymer yearbook.


Greetings,

Henri

It does say Shrike in the drawing doesn't it ? I suppose you didn't know Ted Hallibrand named all his cars Shrikes

Also nowhere was it stated that this was the car Foyt raced in the 500, an Indy racer is just that, it doesn't have to be a 500 racer

As for badmouthing that may be a choice of words, it would be a bad choice in reality

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Thnaks.....

#3006 macoran

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Posted 04 December 2009 - 20:37

That's some mighty scanning equipment you have there Tony!
Shames my oddjob stuff,keep em coming !
Love the Lotus Cortina, hadn't seen it before :up:

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Posted 04 December 2009 - 20:39

Bingo!

ETA: Darn! I missed by a single, solitary post...had I logged on earlier...

/fluff

Aaaarghhh !!
I always miss out on E-bay bidding at the last second Anders, you gotta keep on top of this stuff if you want to hit the sweet spot !

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Posted 04 December 2009 - 21:02

That's some mighty scanning equipment you have there Tony!
Shames my oddjob stuff,keep em coming !
Love the Lotus Cortina, hadn't seen it before :up:


Marc,
Have a bunch of these things already pieced together but need to make sure to clean them up and patch them together before I send them. The first three hadn't been completed, but a little playing around with these to connect the pieces is pretty decent. Not sure whether I would rather have the half-page one-piece versions or the two-piece full spread that has to be put together.
I think my least favorite deal are the ones with the color background added. The imprecise cutting of the background, and the horrid registration of the printing make them a real pain. I have tried to take out the color, and to smooth them out as much as possible, but some are fairly tough. You will see that when you get some of the Gordon Bruce and Clarence LaTourette pieces.
Glad you like them ... and I assume you were talking about my stuff there, since I had done the Cortina ...
Tom West

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Posted 04 December 2009 - 22:28

To celebrate the 3000 post, here is the update list.


TNF Cutaway drawing and its artists Index page 01 to page 76

Not listed the missing ones - Not listed links to other pages.

A

Abarth
Abarth 500 Record 1958 by Giovanni Cavara - page 47
Abarth 2000 Sport Spyder by Franco Rosso - page 50

Alfa Romeo
Alfa Romeo 159 Alfetta by Laurence Watts - page 31-38
Alfa Romeo P3 by Bruno Betti - page 42
Alfa Romeo Bimotore 1935 by Giulio Betti - page 42
Alfa Romeo Bimotore 1935 by Brian Hatton - page 42
Alfa Romeo 179 by Paolo D'Allesio - page 42
Alfa Romeo P3 by Tony Matthews - page 42-63
Alfa Romeo 512 1940 by Giulio Betti - page 43
Alfa Romeo V8 2650 Turbo engine by Bruno Betti - page 43
Alfa Romeo Montreal by Bruno Betti - page 45
Alfa Romeo P3 by unknown artist - page 45
Alfa Romeo 2900B by unknown artist - page 45
Alfa Romeo Montreal engine by Bruno Betti(?) - page 45
Alfa Romeo 6C 2500 SS Corsa 1939-1940 by Giovanni Cavara - page 46
Alfa Romeo 8C by Rens Biesma - page 46
Alfa Romeo 159 Alfetta side view by unknown artist - page 31-38
Alfa Romeo 2000 Sportiva 1954 by Giovanni Cavara - page 46
Alfa Romeo 6C 2900 by Giovanni Cavara - page 46
Alfa Romeo 158 by Giovanni Cavara - page 52
Alfa Romeo Flat 12 3000cc by Bruno Betti - page 54
Alfa Romeo P2 1924 by unknown artist - page 54 (?) Betti - Rosso (?)
Alfa Romeo 179T by Bruno Betti - page 63
Alfa Romeo AR51 by Giulio Betti - page 66
Alfa Romeo 159 Alfetta by Serge Bellu - page 66
Alfa Romeo 2300 by unknown artist - page 67 (?) Walter Brito (?)
Alfa Romeo Alfetta GT by Franco Rosso - page 67
Alfa Romeo Canguro by Makoto Ouchi - page 68

Aston Martin
Aston Martin DBR1 by Tony Matthews - page 04-21
Aston Martin DBR1 by TD Collins - page 22
Aston Martin DB3S by Theo Page - page 68
Aston Martin DB3S by Tony Matthews - page 69-75

Atilla
Atilla Ford 1963 by Gordon Bruce - page 38

ATS
ATS F1 1963 by Giovanni Cavara - page 47
ATS F1 1963 by unknown artist - page 48 (?) Vic Berris - Bruno Betti (?)

Audi
Audi F1 Concept by Michael Stirm - page 31
Audi Quattro Rallye by Jim Bamber - page 44
Audi Quattro Rallye by Bruno Betti - page 61

Austin
Austin Sedan 1951 A/Gas Supercharged "Herrera & Sons" 1967 by Tom West - page 73

Auto Union
Auto Union Type C 1936-1937 by Terry Collins - page 38
Auto Union P Wagen by unknown artist - page 44
Auto Union 1934 by A.N.Other - Klaus Unbekannt - page 52-67
Auto Union Type C 1936 by Yoshihiro Inomoto - page 67

Avallone
Avallone Ford 1973 by Walter Brito - page 44

B

Babs
Babs V12 1927 by Vic Berris - page 59

Beatrice
Beatrice THL2 Ford by Tony Matthews - page 35

Bedford
Bedford M1120 by Tony Matthews - page 69

Benetton
Benetton B194 by Terry Collins - page 23
Benetton B187 by Terry Collins - page 55
Benetton B188 by Terry Collins - page 55
Benetton B192 by Terry Collins - page 56
Benetton B193B by Bruno Betti - page 56
Benetton B193B by Terry Collins - page 56
Benetton B194 by Terry Collins - page 56
Benetton B190 by Terry Collins - page 56

Bentley
Bentley 4.5L Blower 1930 by Tony Matthews - page 41

BMW
BMW 320i by Technical Art - page 35
BMW 320i Imsa by Bruno Betti - page 36
BMW 3000 CSL by Bruno Betti - page 36
BMW M1 Procar by Technical Art - page 36
BMW 600 by unknown artist - page 36
BMW 3500 CSL by Bruno Betti - page 36
BMW 507 by Serge Bellu - page 51
BMW M3 by Bruno Betti - page 66

Borgeault
Borgeault Formula Jr by Gordon Bruce - page 74

Brabham
Brabham BT34 by unknown artist - page 25
Brabham BT34 by Giorgio Piola - page 25
Brabham BT34 by Dick Ellis - page 25
Brabham BT34 by Tony Matthews - page 27
Brabham BT11 1965 by James A. Allington - page 28
Brabham BT49C by Giorgio Piola - page 36
BMW M12 4 cylinder 1500 Turbo engine by Niedermeier - page 36
Brabham BT52 BMW Turbo by Sergio Baratto - page 38
Brabham BT45 Alfa Romeo by Technical Art - page 38
Brabham BT34 drawings (not a cutaway) by Werner Buhrer - page 52
Brabham BT33 by Bill Bennett "Anglia Art" - page 52
Brabham BT54 by Giorgio Piola - page 67
Brabham 1963 by James A. Allington - page 75

BRM
BRM V16 by Tony Matthews - page 09
BRM P261 by Bill Bennett - page 21
BRM P160 by Tony Matthews - page 27
BRM P261 by James A. Allington - page 28
BRM 1962 (rear view) by Gordon Bruce - page 28
BRM P133 by unknown artist - page 47 - (?) Vittorio Dal Basso (?)
BRM H16 engine by Vic Berris - page 48
BRM V16 engine by Vic Berris - page 49
BRM V16 engine by Cresswell - page 49
BRM V16 by Theo Page - page 49
BRM P180 drawings (not a cutaway) by Werner Buhrer - page 52
BRM V16 by Max Millar - page 53
BRM P57 1962 by Serge Bellu - page 56
BRM 4WD by Brian Hatton - page 64
BRM P261 by Theo Page - page 65
BRM P261 by Bruno Betti - page 65
BRM 1962 (front view) by Gordon Bruce - page 68
BRM V8 1963 by James A. Allington - page 75

Brooke-Weston
Brooke-Weston V8 by Theo Page - page 49

Bugatti
Bugatti Royale by James A. Allington - page 18
Bugatti Type 59 by Tony Matthews - page 42

C

Cadillac
Cadillac LMP side view by Stephen Miller - page 14

CD
CD Panhard Le Mans 1964 by G. Gedo - page 50

Citroën
Citroën C23 by James A. Allington - page 18

Chaparral
Chaparral 2F by James A. Allington - page 27-59-76
Chaparral 2E by David Kimble - page 66
Chaparral 2D by Vic Berris - page 70

Chevrolet
Chevrolet V8 c/w Weber sidedraft carbs by Bill Bennett - page 21
Chevrolet Corvette C6 ZR1 by David Kimble - page 66
Chevrolet Corvette C6R by David Kimble - page 69
Chevrolet Corvette C6 Coupe by David Kimble - page 69
Chevrolet Corvette C6 Convertible by David Kimble - page 69
Chevrolet Corvette C6 Z06 by David Kimble - page 69
Chevrolet Camaro 1968 Funny Car "Vicious Too" by Tom West - page 74
Chevrolet Nova 1968 Funny Car "Super Nova II" by Tom West - page 75

Chevron
Chevron B19 by Betti - Giulio(?) or Bruno(?) - page 71

Chrysler
Chrysler AA/Fuel Dragster 1965 "Yeakel Plymouth Special" by Tom West - page 73

Cooper
Cooper Monaco by James A. Allington - page 18
Cooper T77 1965 by James A. Allington - page 28
Cooper T51 Climax by Tony Matthews - page 38
Cooper Maserati 1966 by Theo Page - page 50
Cooper Coventry Climax 1964 (rear view) by Theo Page - page 50
Cooper Coventry Climax 1964 (front view) by Theo Page - page 50
Cooper Climax 1959 by unknown artist - page 52
Cooper 500cc racer by Theo Page - page 58
Cooper T51 1959 by Serge Bellu - page 62
Cooper T51 1959 by unknown artist - page 62 (?) Vic Berris (?)
Cooper Maserati 1966 by Dick Ellis - page 66
Cooper Twini Mini Prototype 1963 by unknown artist - page 68
Cooper Mini by Giorgio Alisi - page 71
Cooper Monaco by J. Walkden Fisher - page 74

Cosworth
Cosworth Vega engine by Tony Matthews - page 07-52
Cosworth GAA 3.4 litre V6 by Tony Matthews - page 38
Cosworth GAA 3.4 litre V6 by Terry Collins - page 39
Cosworth DFY engine by Diana Stevens - page 42
Cosworth DFX engine by Tony Mattews - page 49
Cosworth 4WD by Brian Hatton - page 64
Cosworth 4WD by John Hostler - page 64
Cosworth 4WD by A.N.Other - Klaus Unbekannt - page 64
Cosworth DFY engine by Keith Harmer - page 70
Cosworth DFV engine by Theo Page - page 70
Cosworth DFV engine by Bruno Betti - page 70
Cosworth DFV engine by Vic Berris - page 70


Coventry Climax
Coventry Climax Flat 16 engine by Vic Berris - page 48
Coventry Climax Flat 16 engine by James A. Allington - page 49
Coventry Climax FWMV engine by James A. Allington - page 49
Coventry Climax Flat 16 engine by S. Porter - page 49
Coventry Climax FWMV engine by Vic Berris - page 49
Coventry Climax FPF four-cylinder Twin-cam engine by James A.Allington - page 49

D

DAF
DAF Turbo Twin Paris-Dakar racetruck 1986 by Portugies Visual Communications - page 72
DAF Turbo Twin Paris-Dakar racetruck 1988 by Portugies Visual Communications - page 72

Datsun
Datsun Violet by Tony Matthews - page 58

De Tomaso
De Tomaso Pantera by Anders Bonde - page 08-09
De Tomaso F1 1962 by Giovanni Cavara - page 47

Delta
Delta T83 FF2000 by anders Bonde - page 45

Dodge
Dodge Viper SRT10 by David Kimble - page 69
Dodge Charger Funny Car 1969 "Chi-Town Hustler" by Tom West - page 73

Dragada
Dragada FJr by Emily - Page 27-33

Dragster
Twin-Buick AA/G Dragster 1962 "TV Tommy Ivo" by Tom West - page 73
Kent Fuller-built AA/FD "Magicar" by Tom West - page 73
AA/Fuel Dragster 1999 "Tom Hanna" by Tom West

E

Eagle
Eagle AAR 103 oil tank by unknown artist - page 34
Eagle AAR 103 chassis by Brian Hatton - page 34
Eagle Coventry Climax by Theo Page - page 34-47
Eagle AAR 103 by Bill Bennett - page 34-35
Eagle AAR 103 by Roy Huxley - page 51
Eagle 1972 drawings (not a cutaway) by Werner Buhrer - page 53
Eagle TG2 by Clarence LaTourette - page 62
Eagle Formula A 1969 drawings (not a cutaway) by Werner Buhrer - page 62

Elva
Elva MkVIII chassis by ra Epton - page 54

Eight Wheels Truck by Anders Bonde - page 10

G

Galmer
Galmer KN1 by Tony Matthews - page 16

GAZ
GAZ 69 AM by Giulio Betti - page 66

F

Ferguson
Ferguson P99 by James A. Allington - page 60-64

Ferrari
Ferrari 512S by Bruno Betti - page 01-64
Ferrari 312 T by Kurt O. - page 02
Ferrari 330 P3 by Jean-Jacques François - page 02
Ferrari 330 P4 side view by Mark Fenijn - page 02
Ferrari 330 P4 By unknown artist (Bruno Betti??) - page 02
Ferrari 250 TR59 by Tony Matthews - page 04
Ferrari 250 Testarossa 1957 by Tony Matthews - page 04-09-30
Ferrari F2007 by Tony Matthews - page 04-32
Ferrari Dino 246 by Tony Matthews - page 05-14
Ferrari 049 engine by Tony Matthews - page 06-12
Ferrari 312 PB by Tony Matthews - page 10
Ferrari 365 BB by Jeremy Banks - page 13
Ferrari F2000 by Tony Matthews - page 20
Ferrari F2000 gearbox by Tony Matthews - page 20-43
Ferrari 156 Shark Nose by Giulio Betti - page 26
Ferrari F2 1960 by James A. Allington - page 26
Ferrari Dino 246 F1 1958 by John Marsden - page 26
Ferrari 330 P4 by James A. Allington - page 27-59
Ferrari 156 Shark Nose by James A. Allington - page 27
Ferrari 158 by James A. Allington - page 28
Ferrari V12 engine by Brian Kinkaid - page 28
Ferrari 156 Shark Nose by Serge Bellu - page 31
Ferrari 126C by Giorgio Piola - page 36
Ferrari 156 Shark Nose by Giovanni Cavara - page 37
Ferrari 156 Shark Nose by Gordon Bruce - page 37
Ferrari 156 Shark Nose by Paolo D'Allesio - page 37-52
Ferrari 156 Shark Nose by unknown artist - page 39
Ferrari 312 Boxer F1 engine by Giulio Betti - page 40
Ferrari 125 1948 by Giulio Betti - page 51
Ferrari 500 F2 1952 by Bruno Betti - page 51
Ferrari 641/2 1990 by Bruno Betti - page 51
Ferrari 312 F1 1969-1973 drawings (not a cutaway) by Werner Buhrer - page 52
Ferrari 312 B2 drawings (not a cutaway) by Werner Buhrer - page 52
Ferrari Dino 246 1958 by Franco Rosso - page 52
Ferrari Dino 246 F1 1958 by Giovanni Cavara - page 52
Ferrari Dino 246 F1 1958 by Paolo D'Allesio - page 52
Ferrari 500 1953 by Giovanni Cavara - page 52
Ferrari 125S 1950 by Paolo D'Allesio - page 52
Ferrari 312 1966 by Paolo D'Allessio - page 52-61
Ferrari 312 B 1970 by Bruno Betti - page 52
Ferrari 312 1968 by Bruno Betti - page 52
Ferrari 641-2 1990 by unknown artist - page 52 (plus plan and side views)
Ferrari 158 F1 1964 by Bruno Betti - page 53
Ferrari 500 Superfast by Bruno Betti - page 53
Ferrari 512 S by Bruno Betti - page 55
Ferrari 312 T2 by Sergio Baratto - page 56
Ferrari 500 F2 by Betti (Bruno or Giulio?) - page 56
Ferrari 312 T2 by Marco Siotto - page 56
Ferrari 555 Super Squalo by Bob Thatcher - page 57
Ferrari F189 by unknown artist - page 57 (?) Hideo Mizokawa (?)
Ferrari 158 F1 1964 by Vic Berry - page 57
Ferrari 312 T4 by Serge Bellu - page 60
Ferrari 250 GTO (right side) by Tony Matthews - page 60
Ferrari 312 1966 by Vic Berris - page 61
Ferrari 312 1966 by Bruno Betti - page 61
Ferrari 046 engine by Bruno Betti - page 62
Ferrari 049 engine by Bruno Betti - page 62
Ferrari 312 T by Tony Matthews - page 63
Ferrari 512 S by Vic Berris - page 64
Ferrari 512 S engine by Vic Berris - page 64
Ferrari 512 S by unknown artist - page 64 (B&W)
Ferrari 512 S by unknown artist - page 64 (colour)
Ferrari 312 B by Brian Hatton - page 64
Ferrari 512 F1 1965 by Bruno betti - page 64
Ferrari 312 T2 by Vic Berris - page 64
Ferrari Dino 246 by James A. Allington - page 64
Ferrari 312 B3 by Giorgio Piola - page 67
Ferrari GTO 1984 by Bruno betti - page 68
Ferrari Enzo by unknown artist - page 68
Ferrari 312 P 1969 by Vittorio Dal Basso - page 68
Ferrari 250 GTO (left side) by Tony Matthews - page 68
Ferrari 250 GTO by Shin Yoshikawa - page 68
Ferrari Berlinetta Boxer by Dick Ellis - page 72
Ferrari BB engine by Vic Berris - page 72
Ferrari BB gearbox by Vic Berris - page 72
Ferrari 512 Testarossa by Matt Jennings - page 74
Ferrari 375 1951 by unknown artist - page 74
Ferrari F40 by unknown artist - page 74
Ferrari 612 Can Am by unknown artist - page 74
Ferrari 312 T4 by unknown artist (Tamiya Box Art) - page 74
Ferrari V6 F1 1963 by James A. Allington - page 75

Fiat
Fiat 131 Abarth Alitalia by Bruno Betti - page 61
Fiat Grand Prix 1907 by Giulio Betti - page 63
Fiat Grand Prix 1927 by Giulio Betti - page 63
Fiat Mefistofele 1924 by Bruno Betti - page 63
Fiat Ballila 1934 by Giulio Betti - page 63
Fiat 500 Topolino 1936 by Bruno Betti - page 63
Fiat 600 1955 by Giulio Betti - page 63
Fiat 131 Abarth by unknown artist - page 63
Fiat 131 Abarth Olio Fiat by Bruno Betti - page 63
Fiat 131 Abarth Maratona by Franco Rosso - page 63
Fiat 3.5 HP 1899 by Giulio Betti - page 64
Fiat Zero 1915 by Bruno Betti - page 64
Superfiat 1921 by Bruno Betti - page 64
Fiat 501 2 Serie 1925 by Bruno Betti - page 64
Fiat Campagnola by Franco Rosso - page 66
Fiat Dino V6 engine by Giulio Betti - page 70

Fittipaldi
Fittipaldi FD04 by Technical Art - page 24
Fittipaldi FD01 by Walter Brito - page 25

Ford
Ford Capri RS by Tony Matthews - page 07
Formula Ford by Anders Bonde - page 10
Ford Escort Mk. III Group 5 Comprex-supercharged by Anders Bonde - page 12
Ford Fiesta Group 2 by Terry Collins - page 19
Ford Mk IV by James A. Allington - page 27-76
Ford Capri Turbo Zakespeed by Bruno Betti - page 36
Ford Capri RS2600 Cosworth by Bruno Betti - page 37
Ford F3L P68 by Theo Page - page 39-59-60
Ford Mk IV by Mati Palk - page 40
Ford GT40 Mk II (colour) by James A. Allington - page 40
Ford GT40 Mk I by Dick Ellis - page 47-69
Ford GT40 Mk I by Theo Page - page 47
Ford GT40 Mk I with annotations by Theo Page - page 47
Ford GT40 Mk I by James A. Allington - page 47
Ford GT40 Mk I by Brian Hatton - page 47
Ford GT40 Mk I by Bruno Betti - page 47
Ford GT40 Mk I by unknown artist - page 47 - (?) Vic Berris (?)
Ford F3L P68 by unknown artist - page 59
Ford Mutt M151 by Giulio Betti - page 66
Ford GT40 Mk I chassis by Tony Matthews - page 69
Ford C100 by Terry Collins (rear view) - page 71
Ford C100 by Terry Collins (front view) - page 71
Ford Mustang 2008 Funny Car "John Force Racing" by Tom West - page 73
Ford Track Roadster 1929 "Gary Meadors" by Tom West - page 73
Ford 1929 A/Modified Roadster 1962 "22JR Tony Nancy" by Tom West - page74
Ford 1932 AA/Fuel Altered 1967 "Thurmond Brothers" 1967 by Tom West - page 74
Ford Cortina-Lotus by James A. Allington - page 76

G

GM
GM EV-1 1996 by David Kimble - page 68

H

Harvey Aluminum Special
Harvey Aluminum Special by Steve Swaja - page 43

Hesketh
Hesketh 308 by Tony Matthews - page 32-37(colour)

Hewland
Hewland LD200 by Andrew Kitson - page 01
Hewland LD200 by Andrew Kitson - page 06

Honda
Honda Accord BTCC by Tony Matthews - page 04
Honda Vtec engine by Jeremy Banks - page 15
Honda RA302 by Akira Fujimoto - page 25
Honda RA272 by James A. Allington - page 28
Honda S800 by Vic Berris - page 57
Honda S800 chassis by unknown artist - page 57

Howmet
Howmet TX Turbine by William A. Moore - page 47

HRD
HRD motorcycle by Tony Matthews - page 05

I

Ikantiki V15/F1 1957 by Anders Bonde - page 12

Ibec
Ibec P2 by Tony Matthews - page 27


Ilmor
Ilmor Mercedes 500E by Tony Matthews - page 04
Ilmor V10 F1 Engine by Tony Matthews - page 05-33-43-49
Ilmor Chevrolet 265C by Tony Matthews - page 09
Ilmor Chevrolet 265A by Tony Matthews - page 10-49-67
Ilmor Mercedes 265E/500I by Tony Matthews - page 56

ISO

Iso Rivolta by G. Alloisi - page 71

J

Jabro
Jabro Mk III by Clarence LaTourette - page 45

Jaguar
Jaguar E Type Low Drag by Jean-Jacques François - page 30
Jaguar D Type by Tony Matthews - page 30-44
Jaguar XJR9LM by Stuart Spencer - page 36 and 74
Jaguar XJR9LM by unknown artist - page 36
Jaguar D Type by Theo Page - page 44
Jaguar XJ13 by Lawrence Watts - page 46
Jaguar XJ13 by John Hostler - page 46-47
Jaguar V12 engine by Vic Berris - page 47
Jaguar SS100 by Tony Matthews - page 59
Jaguar XJ6 by Theo Page - page 59
Jaguar E Type by Porter - page 72
Jaguar E2A by Vic Berris - page 72

Jeep
Jeep 1958 by G. Alloisi - page 66
Jeep by Max Millar - page 66
Jeep by Gen Sateh(?) - page 71

K

KKK
KKK Turbocharger by Andrew Kitson - page 01

Kieft
Kieft GP by Theo Page - page 50
Kieft F3 500 by Vic Berris - page 71

L
Lagonda V12 engine by Vic Berris - page 22

Lancia
Lancia D50 by Tony Matthews - page 04-09-75
Lancia Montecarlo Gr5 by Bruno Betti - page 14-45
Lancia B20 by Brian Kinkaid - page 28
Lancia Delta S4 by unknown artist - page 43
Lancia Stratos by Shin Yoshikawa - page 43
Lancia 037 by Paolo D'Allesio - page 43
Lancia 037 by unknown artist - page 43
Lancia ECV by unknown artist - page 43
Lancia 037 by Bruno Betti - page 43
Lancia Stratos (Marlboro) by Bruno Betti - page 43
Lancia Stratos (B&W) by Bruno Betti - page 43
Lancia Stratos (Alitalia) by Bruno Betti - page 43
Lancia Stratos Gr4 1974 (Alitalia) by Jiro Yamada - page 43
Lancia Stratos Gr4 1974 (Pirelli) by Jiro Yamada - page 43
Lancia Fulvia HF by Bruno Betti - page 44
Lancia Stratos (Alitalia) by Bruno Betti - page 44
Lancia Ferrari D50 by Betti - page 56
Lancia D24 by Bruno Betti - page 60
Lancia Delta HF 4WD Gruppe A by Bruno Betti - page 68

Land Rover
Land Rover by Giulio Betti - page 66

Lamborghini
Lamborghini Miura P400 by Giulio Betti - page 53
Lamborghini Miura chassis by Vic Berris - page 53
Lamborghini Espada by Vic Berris - page 57
Lamborghini Espada chassis by unknown artist - page 57
Lamborghini Espada 1968 by Bruno Betti - page 58

Ligier
Ligier JS11 by Jean-Jacques François - page 58
Ligier JS7 by Serge Bellu - page 61
Ligier JS11/15 by Jean-Jacques François - page 75

Lister
Lister Jaguar 1958 by James A. Allington - page 18

Lola
Lola T93-00 by Tony Matthews - page 05
Lola T8830 front suspension by Andrew Kitson - page 06
Lola T280 by Tony Matthews - page 07
Lola T332 F5000 by Tony Matthews - page 10
Lola T93-00 by Tony Matthews - page 16 (Road course and Super Speedway)
Lola T70 MkIII coupe by James A. Allington - page 18
Lola Mk IV 1962 by Gordon Bruce - page 28
Lola T286 Cosworth by Bruno Betti - page 36
Lola T94-00 by Tony Matthews - page 42 (Road course and Super Speedway)
Lola T90-00 Alfa Romeo by Bruno Betti - page 43
Lola T70 MkI by Brian Hatton - page 45
Lola T70 MkI by Clarence LaTourette - page 45
Lola T70 MkI by unknown artist - page 45
Lola T70 MkI by Theo Page - page 45
Lola T70 MkI by James A. Allington - page 45
Lola Mk6 by Vic Berris - page 47
Lola Mk6 by Theo Page - page 47
Lola T70 MkIII Coupe by James A. Allington - page 48
Lola T70 MkIII Coupe by Brian Hatton - page 51
Lola T93-00 by Tony Matthews - page 61 (blue paper)
Lola MkI by Brian Hatton - page 67
Lola MkII by Brian Hatton - page 67


Lotus
Lotus 95T by Tony Matthews - page 04-11s
Lotus 102 by Tony Matthews - page 07
Lotus Seven Mk4 by Tony Matthews - page 18-65
Lotus 79 By Tony Matthews - page 22
Lotus 56 Turbine by Barber - page 25
Lotus 77 by Tony Matthews - page 35
Lotus 80 by unknown artist - page 39
Lotus 72 by Demand (?) - page 39
Lotus 72 by Giulio Betti - page 40
Lotus 72 by Tony Matthews - page 40
Lotus 78 by Tony Matthews - page 40
Lotus 24 by Gordon Bruce - page 40
Lotus 78 by Bruno Betti - page 40
Lotus Omega by Bruno Betti - page 40
Lotus 97T by Mick Hill - page 41
Lotus 49 by James A. allington - page 41-48
Lotus 79 by Tony Matthews - page 41
Lotus 79 by Bruno Betti - page 41
Lotus 63 by Bruno Betti - page 41
Lotus 72 drawings (not a cutaway) by Werner Buhrer - page 52
Lotus 49B by Bruno Betti - page 53
Lotus 72 by Giorgio Piola - page 54
Lotus Eprit SE by Andrew Dibben - page 56
Lotus 25 by Serge Bellu - page 57
Lotus 56 Turbine by Theo Page - page 59
Lotus Elite Plus II by Brian Hatton - page 59
Lotus Esprit by Tony Divey - page 61
Lotus Elite by Tony Divey - page 61
Lotus 79 by Vic Berris - page 63
Lotus 23 by Jean-Jacques François - page 64
Lotus 63 by Brian Hatton - page 64
Lotus 63 by Andrew Brown "London Art Tech" - page 64
Lotus 63 by Bruno Betti - page 64
Lotus 49 drawings (not a cutaway) by Werner Buhrer - page 65
Lotus 9 by unknown artist - page 65
Lotus 17 by James A. allington - page 65
Lotus 19 by James A. allington - page 65
Lotus 23 by James A. allington - page 65
Lotus 16 by Theo Page - page 65
Lotus 49 by Brian Hatton - page 65
Lotus 49 by Theo Page - page 65
Lotus 49 by unknown artist - page 65
Lotus 87 by Tony Matthews - page 67
Lotus Elise 111S by Jiro Yamada - page 68
Lotus Elan S3 '1965 by Jiro Yamada - page 68
Lotus Europa S1 '1967 by Jiro Yamada - page 68
Lotus 79 by Tony Matthews (unfinnished) - page 70
Lotus 79 by Brian Hatton - page 71
Lotus Elite 1974 by Brian Hatton - page 74

M

Maki
Maki F-101 by Takashi Jufuku - page 25

March
March Porsche 90P by Tony Matthews - page 18
March 711 by Bennett "Anglia Art" - page 20
March 711 by by Tony Matthews - page 20
March 735 BMW by by Tony Matthews - page 27
March Porsche 89P by Tony Matthews - page 29
March 85C by Tony Matthews - page 29
March 707 by Bennett "Anglia Art" - page 29
March 84C by Tony Matthews - page 51
March 721 drawings (not a cutaway) by Werner Buhrer - page 52
March 85G Buick by Tony Matthews - page 56
March 88C by Tony Matthews - page 60
March 792 by Tony Matthews - page 62
March 89CE by Bruno Betti - page 63
March 901 by Brian Hatton - page 67
March 701 by Herbert Müdsam - page 72

Maserati
Maserati 250F by Tony Matthews - page 05-38
Maserati 8CTF by Tom Johnson - page 05
Maserati Tipo 61 Birdcage by James A. Allington - page 18
Maserati Tipo 61 Birdcage by Makoto Ouchi - page 51
Maserati A6GCM 1953 by unknown artist - page 52 (?) Cavara (?)
Maserati 4CL 1939 by Giovanni Cavara - page 52
Maserati 250F by Giovanni Cavara - page 52
Maserati Mistral by Bruno Betti - page 53
Maserati Ghibli by Bruno Betti - page 58
Maserati Bora by Bruno Betti - page 64
Maserati 8CM 3000 1933 by unknown artist - page 66 (?) (?)

Martini
Martini MK16 BMW F2 by Tony Matthews - page 27

Matra
Matra 660 by robert Roux - page 22
Matra MS12 V12 engine by Robert Roux - page 22
Matra MS9 V12 engine by Robert Roux - page 22
Matra MS11 by Robert Roux - page 22
Matra MS84 by Robert Roux - page 30-64
Matra MS80 by Serge Bellu - page 45
Matra MS120C drawings (not a cutaway) by Werner Buhrer - page 52
Matra MS80 by Robert Roux - page 60
Matra MS84 by Brian Hatton - page 64
Matra MS84 by Andrew Brown "London Art Tech" - page 64
Matra MS84 running gear highlight by Robert Roux - page 64
Matra MS10 by Robert Roux - page 75
Matra 650 by Robert Roux - page 75

Mazda
Mazda RX7 by Yoshihiro Inomoto - page 69
Mazda 787B by Unknown artist (Tamiya Box Art) - page 75

Mclaren
Mclaren M19 by Tony Matthews - page 17
Mclaren M26 by Tony Matthews - page 17
Mclaren M26 by Technical Art - page 17
Mclaren M23 by Tony Matthews - page 18
Mclaren M19 by Giorgio Piola - page 25
Mclaren M19 by Michael Badrocke - page 25
Mclaren M8A by Brian Hatton - page 27
Mclaren M8A by unknown artist - page 27
Mclaren MP4-7 by unknown artist - page 28
Mclaren M9A by Brian Hatton - page 30
Mclaren MP4-5 by Yoshihiro Inomoto - page 34
Mclaren MP4-5B by Hideo Mizokawa - page 34
Mclaren M16 by Fornander (?) - page 35-38
Mclaren M23 by John Hostler - page 37
Mclaren M23 by Bruno Betti - page 37
Mclaren M23 drawings by Werner Buhrer - page 37
Mclaren M23 by Bruno Betti - page 41 (B&W)
McLaren MP4/2 by Technical Art - page 44
McLaren MP4/2 by Jean-Jacques François - page 44
Mclaren MP4/5B by Bruno Betti - page 51-58
Mclaren MP4-5B by Hideo Mizokawa - page 57
Mclaren MP4-2B by unknown artist - page 58 (?) Jean-Jacques François (?)
Mclaren MP4-2 by Technical Art - page 58
Mclaren MP4 by Jean-Jacques François - page 58
McLaren M9A by Brian Hatton - page 64

McRae
McRae GM1 by Tony Matthews - page 08

Mercedes Benz
Mercedes Benz W196 1954 by S. Wesner (?) - page 37-52
Mercedes Benz W196 1954 by Tony Matthews - page 38-59
Mercedes Benz W165 by Brian Hatton - page 42
Mercedes Benz W194 300 SL 1952 by S. Wesner (?) - page 50
Mercedes Benz W165 by Serge Bellu - page 55
Mercedes Benz W196 1954 (rear view) by S. Wesner (?) - page 52-60
Mercedes Benz FO110E V10 engine by Michael Stirms - page 54
Mercedes Benz 300 SLR chassis by Max Millar - page 60
Mercedes Benz 300 SL engine by Vic Berris - page 60
Mercedes Benz G-Model by unknown artist - page 66

MG
MGB GT by James A. Allington - page 18
MGB Roadster by James A. Allington - page 18
MGTF by James A. Allington - page 18
MGB V8 by Dick Ellis - page 50

Mirage
Mirage M6 1973 by Tony Matthews - page 28

N

Nissan
Nissan R89C by Tony Matthews - page 04
Nissan GTI by Tony Matthews - page 07
Nissan R98C by Hideo Mizokawa - page 35
Nissan R382 by Inomoto - page 48
Nissan R382 by Makoto Ouchi - page 48
Nissan ZX Turbo by Jim Hatch - page 55
Nissan GTI by by Tony Matthews - page 61

Novi Ferguson
Novi Ferguson Novi by James A. Allington - page 45
Novi Ferguson Novi by Vic Berris - page 45

O

Opel
Opel Kadett GTE by Bruno Betti - page 44
Opel Kadett GTE by Technical Art - page 44
Opel Ascona 400 Gr4 by Technical Art - page 44-58
Opel Ascona 400 Gr4 by Franco Rosso - page 44
Opel Kadett A by Bruno Betti - page 56
Opel GT by Giulio Betti - page 69
Opel Kadett 4x4 by Giulio(?) or Bruno(?) Betti - page 71

Osca
Osca 1500 Sport 1958 by Giovanni Cavara - page 47

P

Packard
Packard by James A. Allington - page 18

Parnelli
Parnelli VPJ2 by Design Maru(?) - page 38

Penske
Penske PC26 road course kit parts by Tony Matthews - page 04
Penske PC25 by Tony Matthews - page 04
Penske PC26 by Tony Matthews - page 05
Penske PC11 by Tony Matthews - page 13
Penske PC17 by Tony Matthews - page 15-16
Penske PC18 by Tony Matthews - page 16-29
Penske PC23 Ilmor by Tony Matthews - page 28
Penske PC23 Mercedes by Tony Matthews - page 28
Penske PC16 by Tony Matthews - page 30
Penske PC9B by Tony Matthews - page 33
Penske PC6B by Tony Matthews - page 33
Penske PC9 by Tony Matthews - page 33
Penske PC22 by Tony Matthews - page 43
Penske shock absorber by Tony Matthews - page 53

Pontiac
Pontiac Firebird Funny Car 1968 "Tyree Headers" by Tom West - page 75

Porsche
Porsche 917K by Stefan Marjoram - page 02
Porsche 917-10 by Tony Matthews - page 10
Porsche 911 by James A. Allington - page 18
Porsche 907 by James A. Allington - page 18
Porsche 917K by Michael Badrocke - page 26
Porsche 804 by James A. Allington - page 28-52
Porsche 917K Martini 1971 by unknown artist - page 31
Porsche 917-20 Pink Pig by Bruno Betti - page 31
Porsche 911 1963 by unknown artist - page 37
Porsche 935 by Bruno Betti - page 46
Porsche 914 1971 by Vic Berris - page 47
Porsche 906 by Inomoto - page 48
Porsche 917 engine by Vic Berris - page 48-61 (B&W)
Porsche 935 Turbo Martini by Bruno Betti - page 54
Porsche 924 Turbo 1981-1982 Le Mans by Bruno Betti - page 54
Porsche 956 by Bruno Betti - page 54
Porsche 908-3 1970 Targa Florio by Giorgio Alisi - page 57
Porsche 959 by David Kimble (?) - page 57
Porsche 917 engine by Vic Berris - page 61 (colour)
Porsche 917-30 Sunoco (left side) by Bruno Betti - page 62
Porsche 917-30 Sunoco (right side) by Bruno Betti - page 62
Porsche 917-10 (four views - blueprints) - page 65
Porsche Boxter by Unknown artist - page 69

R

Ralt
Ralt gearbox detail by Tony Matthews - page 47

Renault
Renault V6 1500 Turbo F1 engine by E.T.A.I - page 30
Renault RE30 by Jean-Jacques François - page 32
Renault R4 by unknown artist - page 47
Renault RS26 by unknown artist - page 52
Renault RS01 by Patrick Grace - page 60
Renault RS01 by unknown artist - page 60
Renault RS01 by unknown artist - page 61
Renault RE25 by Serge Bellu - page 72
Renault RE30B by E.T.A.I France - page 72 (colour)
Renault RE30B by E.T.A.I France - page 72 (B&W)
Renault Alpine A441 by unknown artist (E.T.A.I France ?) - page 72
Renault Alpine A442 E.T.A.I France - page 72 (colour)
Renault Alpine A442 by E.T.A.I France - page 72 (B&W)
Renault Alpine A442 by unknown artist (E.T.A.I France ?) - page 72
Renault RE30 by Paolo D'Alessio - page 72
Renault RE20 by unknown artist (Tamiya Box Art) - page 74

Reynard
Reynard R97 by Tony Matthews - page 05-51

Rolls Royce
Rolls Royce Phantom 16 V16 Quad Turbo engine by Tony Matthews - page 15

Rondeau
Rondeau M371C 1981 by Serge Bellu - page 56

Rover
Rover Turbine 1963 by John Ferguson - page 42
Rover Turbine 1963 by James A. Allington - page 42
Rover 3.5Litre v8 engine by Unknown artist - page 58
Rover PBS6 by Brian Hatton - page 71


S

Saab
Saab 99 by Gahr - page 53

Sauber
Sauber C9 Mercedes by Hideo Mizokawa - page 35

Scarab
Scarab rear engine by Robert Roux - page 72


Shadow
Shadow DN1 by Tony Matthews - page 23-35-50
Shadow DN1 by Dick Ellis - page 35
Shadow DN1 by Brian Hatton - page 35
Shadow DN1 drawings (not a cutaway) by Werner Buhrer - page 51

Sheraton Thompson Hallibrand
Sheraton Thompson Hallibrand 1964 by Dave Kimble - page 75

Skoda
Skoda 733 Spyder II by Vaclav Kral - page 57

Spyker
Spyker 50 HP 1902 by Brian Hatton - page 42

Standard
Standard Flying 12 by John Ferguson - page 32

Stanguellini
Stanguellini Formula Junior by J. Walkden Fisher - page 74

STP-Paxton
STP-Paxton side view by Mark Fenijn - page 25

Surtees
Surtees TS9B by Tony Matthews - page 07-08
Surtees TS7 by Bill Bennett "Anglia Art" - page 36
Surtees TS8 F5000 by Bill Bennett "Anglia Art" - page 36
Surtees TS9a drawings (not a cutaway) by Werner Buhrer - page 52

T

Tank by Alansart - page 02

Tecno
Tecno PA123-1 by Bruno Betti - page 47
Tecno PA123-1 drawings (not a cutaway) by Werner Buhrer - page 52

Toyota
Toyota Supra by Tony Matthews - page 10

TOJ
TOJ F201 1976 by Bruno Betti - page 57

Triumph
Triumph TR3 by James A. Allington - page 18
Triumph TR4 IRS by Bill Bennett - page 21
Triumph Stag by Vic Berris - page 57

Trojan
Trojan T102 by Tony Matthews - page 30

Tyrrell
Tyrrell 005 by Tony Matthews - page 07-33
Tyrrell 003 by Bill Bennett "Anglia Art" - page 23
Tyrrell 002 by Tony Matthews - page 23
Tyrrell 001 by Bill Bennett "Anglia Art" - page 23
Tyrrell 002 by Paolo D'Allesio - page 24
Tyrrell 003 by Brian Hatton - page 24
Tyrrell 003 by Bruno Betti - page 24
Tyrrell P34 by Bruno Betti - page 24-25
Tyrrell P34 by Giorgio Piola - page 24
Tyrrell P34 by Werner Buhrer - page 26
Tyrrell 007 by Tony Matthews - page 34
Tyrrell 019 Yamaha by Tony Matthews - page 43
Tyrrell 002 drawings (not a cutaway) by Werner Buhrer - page 52

U
UAZ 469 B by Giulio Betti - page 66

V

Vanwall
Vanwall F1 by James A. Allington - page 18

Volkswagen
Volkswagen engines by Alansart - page 02
Fittivolks bimotor by unknown artist - page 44
Volkswagen K70 by unknown artist - page 50
Volkswagen Corrado by David Kimble - page 67

W

Williams
Williams FW14 by Tony Matthews - page 05
Williams FW14B by Tony Matthews - page 20
Williams FW15C by Tony Matthews - page 07
Williams FW09 by Tony Matthews - page 11
Williams FW07C by Tony Matthews - page 11
Williams FW07 by Jeremy Banks - page 13
Williams FW16B side view by Tony Matthews - page 14
Williams FW11B by Tony Matthews - page 24
Williams FW09 by Takashi Jufuku - page 34
Williams FW18 by Tony Matthews - page 73

Wolf
Wolf WR1 by Sergio Baratto - page 30

Zakspeed
Zakspeed 871 by Giulio Betti - page 67




Motorcycle

Motorcycle engine by Lawrence Watts - page 03
BMW R100RS motorcycle by Bruno Betti - page 36
Moto Guzzi 500 cc V8 exploded view by unknown artist - page 49
MV Agusta 1970 by Giulio Betti - page 54


Airplane

Mustang P51C by unknown artist - page 02
Concorde by Theo Page - page 10
Rolls Royce Merlin supercharger by unknown artist - page 66
Rolls Royce Merlin XX supercharger by unknown artist - page 66
Napier Sabre by Max Millar - page 66
Pitts Model 12 by Tom Johnson - page 06
Space Shuttle by Barron Storey - page 75


??

JPS boat by Tony Matthews - page 10
Benetton wind tunnel by Tony Matthews - page 19
?? by Max Millar - page 22
Delage 1,5 Litre (?) by Gordon Crosby - page 22
?? by Dick Ellis - page 22
?? by FW Beak - page 22
MG ?? by Chris Plant - page 22
Bluebird by Harold Bubb - page 36-37
Ferrari wind tunnel by ?? - page 40
"Loobeetle" by unknown artist - page 52
Essex Motorhome by Tony Matthews - page 57
Pan-Galactic Starfriend Luxury Liner by Theo Page - page 66
Fictional F1 car 1976 by Michael Stirm - page 74



Any complement or correction are welcome.

To be continued...

Ibsen

#3010 Tony Matthews

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Posted 04 December 2009 - 22:36

That's some mighty scanning equipment you have there Tony!
Shames my oddjob stuff,keep em coming !
Love the Lotus Cortina, hadn't seen it before :up:

You had me confused there for a moment, Marc, but Tom worked it out!

Tom, could you down-size a little, I'm only getting 3/4 of the illustration on my screen! I did some bits and pieces on the Shell cutaways - a tour de force by Jim, and many hours overtime for us both. After the cutaway of the Lotus Cortina we did the illustrations for the Workshop Manual, and that in turn got us quite a lot of work from FoMoCo UK. In fact Jim was doing parts list drawings for them for many years, probably untill he had his stroke.

#3011 TWest

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Posted 04 December 2009 - 22:50

You had me confused there for a moment, Marc, but Tom worked it out!

Tom, could you down-size a little, I'm only getting 3/4 of the illustration on my screen! I did some bits and pieces on the Shell cutaways - a tour de force by Jim, and many hours overtime for us both. After the cutaway of the Lotus Cortina we did the illustrations for the Workshop Manual, and that in turn got us quite a lot of work from FoMoCo UK. In fact Jim was doing parts list drawings for them for many years, probably untill he had his stroke.


Tony,
Didn't want to make a presumption, but I assumed he was talking about those things.
I will send the link so you can pull the files directly from ImageShack instead of getting the full file here on the board. All of this stuff should be showing on that site, if anyone wants to check there, but I will continue to post them here, as well.
On fitting them to the screen, they are actually a touch smaller than the ones that Marc has been doing, by about 10%. Not sure what you are bringing them up in, but a Photoshop or any image processing program should make them viewable at almost any size you would want.
Let me know if getting them this way helps out.
The links for those illustrations that have been posted of the scans are:

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#3012 TWest

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Posted 04 December 2009 - 23:11

Before I let this slide, I would like to thank Ibsen for the time it takes to keep that reference listing organized. Stuff like that tends to fall by the side, but it certainly is helpful to find things once it gets this detailed and with this much material to dig through. Thank-you very much for doing this for the rest of us.
Tom West

#3013 Tony Matthews

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Posted 04 December 2009 - 23:32

On fitting them to the screen, they are actually a touch smaller than the ones that Marc has been doing, by about 10%. Not sure what you are bringing them up in, but a Photoshop or any image processing program should make them viewable at almost any size you would want.

No, I'm talking about just opening the page of the forum, for some reason the previous scans that you posted are screen-fillers and more! It's nice to know that you are such a fan of Jim Allington, I have hardly any prints of his work, even though I worked for him for nearly ten years, and I missed the auction of his collection, or I would have bid for some. What I would have liked most was a cutaway of a four-cylinder Coventry Climax and transaxle, the drawing he was finishing when I first met him, and what inspired me to become an illustrator!

Edited by Tony Matthews, 04 December 2009 - 23:38.


#3014 Tony Matthews

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Posted 04 December 2009 - 23:37

I've deleted the list that I posted to bump Ibsen's index, as his post is more recent, it didn't make sense to have both of them. Well done indeed, Ibsen!

#3015 TWest

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Posted 04 December 2009 - 23:59

Tony,
I have copies of 74 James Allington cutaways in my collection. Of course, locating them to scan isn't always the easiest thing to pull off. Will see if I can find something on that Climax 4 if it is in there. Might be a pretty small rendition.
Not quite sure about the sizing. The ones that I have posted on my own drawings are all down to a 15-inch image at 72dpi, I believe. The ones that I am pulling up from the collection are going out as 2000 pixel images, so they are a bit larger than the others. I think that the illustrations need that extra resolution to show well, and the smaller ones were just what I had on my harddrive for my own "sample" work.
Those links should allow you to pull the files off as files a little easier, so maybe I will include both, if it isn't interfering with anyone else's reception of the illustrations.
Can I assume that you have posted files on all of your own work here? I am listing 90 illustrations of yours in my collection, so was just wondering how close that was to covering most of them. Haven't crosschecked to compare to the things posted on this Board, however.
I need to update this thing using the material sent out here, as there are quite a few artists that are going to pop way up in numbers of illustrations, I have a feeling.
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#3016 ibsenop

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Posted 05 December 2009 - 16:28

Coventry Climax FPF four-cylinder Twin-cam by Allington

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Hi Tony, is this the Coventry Climax 4 cylinder cutaway you are looking for?

Hi Tom, I'm looking for a hi-res Porsche 907 Coupe cutaway by Jim Allington. I have it at low resolution (posted at page 18 by Rancethebus).
If you have it, I will be glad if you post it here. Or you could send me it to my e-mail.

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#3017 Tony Matthews

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Posted 05 December 2009 - 17:18

Hi Tony, is this the Coventry Climax 4 cylinder cutaway you are looking for?

No Ibsen, the one I wanted had a Hewland (I think) transaxle mounted on the back. The engine was drawn from the induction side. It may be that Tom W has it in his collection! Thanks.

#3018 ABG

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Posted 05 December 2009 - 17:39

Ibsen

Here's your Porsche 907. Would happen to have a good scan of James Allington's Jaguar XKE from the early 60's?

Thanks
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#3019 TWest

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Posted 05 December 2009 - 18:04

No Ibsen, the one I wanted had a Hewland (I think) transaxle mounted on the back. The engine was drawn from the induction side. It may be that Tom W has it in his collection! Thanks.


Just checking in quickly this morning before getting out of here to spend the day with my daughter. Have to open up the listing and check to see what is in there, but I am not sure I have that assembly of the Climax Hewland setup. Will check again. I seem to remember something of an XK-E drawing being in there somewhere. Will try to check later this evening for you.
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#3020 Tony Matthews

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Posted 05 December 2009 - 18:45

No panic Tom! There are more important things in life...

#3021 TWest

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Posted 05 December 2009 - 19:22

OK, just did a quick check, but I don't think I can help on that drivetrain illustration. Is it the same setup that is in that Cortina? If so, will check on the magazine when I get a chance, but don't have it scanned.
There was a question about the E-Type, of which I have a copy as a small tech poster. Hve to dig it out, but think I know where it is. Will scan it when I get a chance.
To fill in the details ... after having been in the same house since 1984, and having the office since about 1987, I have moved all of that stuff, flat files, magazine boxes, etc., so things are not quite as retrievable as they were at one point.
Will get it on the radar list.
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#3022 ibsenop

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Posted 05 December 2009 - 19:39

Al, thank you for the Porsche 907 cutaway. I was looking for it for a long time.
I don't have a good copy of the Jim Allington's XKE cutaway. Only low res. From the web.

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#3023 Tony Matthews

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Posted 06 December 2009 - 00:15

OK, just did a quick check, but I don't think I can help on that drivetrain illustration. Is it the same setup that is in that Cortina?


No Tom, it's a Grand Prix Car type of set-up.

I have moved all of that stuff, flat files, magazine boxes, etc., so things are not quite as retrievable as they were at one point.


You and me both!



#3024 macoran

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Posted 06 December 2009 - 00:33

and me still digging up my loft !
I've still got a ton of paper to move about

Now lets see.. it was 14 lbs to a stone and 112lbs to a cwt
so how many cutaways to a ton ?

euhm.....


#3025 TWest

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Posted 06 December 2009 - 05:03

I used to have something in the 30-35 range of subscriptions coming in to the house every month. I kept them in the magazine files, in order, and all that anal retentive stuff that we tend to do. It came time to start thinking about condensing a bit, so, after cleaning out all the cutaways in those magazines, I ended up throwing them all into a dumpster that I had brought from the city. I would have been out there under the street light that night, except that it was raining that day, for the first time in six months, and probably for the last time for a further six. Without that release process, I would still be obsessing over what I might have tossed that day. And, it completely filled the gondola; I was surprised, after seeing what 25 years of American car magazines looks like, that it hadn't collapsed the roof over the second floor.
I still have boxes of the stuff, but it is all now related to cutaways, as I figured I would prioritize down to what was important ... it is important, isn't it???
Scanning through this stuff now, after doing all of the "hot Rod" related material previously, brings it all back again. Will make sure to get everything done that I can, especially the larger stuff from the Allington and Matthews collection. You guys have been doing some nice archive stuff, being so large, so will try to stay with you on this stuff.

With that in mind, I include here the James Allington version of the 1962 Lola Climax V8 Formula 1 car. I found it as part of an F1 review in Car & Driver, May, 1962.
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#3026 TWest

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Posted 06 December 2009 - 05:05

Here is another of the Allington collection that I have started scanning. This one is another Lola, the Formula Junior from 1961, as seen in the August issue of Car & Driver.
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#3027 TWest

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Posted 06 December 2009 - 05:09

Last one for this evening, a little Lotus 19 Monte Carlo. This one is from Road & Track from April, 1961.
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#3028 Tony Matthews

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Posted 06 December 2009 - 09:44

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#3029 klyster

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Posted 06 December 2009 - 13:11

What an amazing thread!

Thanks to everyone for the amazing pictures.

I don't know if this has been posted, but here's a screensaver that some may like:
http://www.jonathans...saver_animation

Great thread.

#3030 Tom Johnson

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Posted 06 December 2009 - 18:34

Mesh. I do like a bit of mesh...

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Ouuuuuu...Ahhhhhhhh.......These morsels are exceptional savory Tony. What I particularly like is the absence of black line to define the drawing. Since I learned from Dave Kimble, the black line image of the inking becomes part of the final rendering. Until I converted over to digital illustration, I hadn't really realised just how important those lines were. When I shut off the line layer image in Photoshop of a painting, the color work looks like hell! It's depressing to look at and makes me want to better develope my rendering skills.


#3031 Tony Matthews

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Posted 06 December 2009 - 21:31

What I particularly like is the absence of black line to define the drawing.

Hi Tom - that was one of the first things you mentioned to me when we first made contact, some time ago. You had assumed from the MS article that I was working in the same way as Mr Kimble, but there were no black lines! To me the lines should not be seen, although I really admire your work, it's just a different approach. In fact, in some instances, in some printing conditions I think the lines help to hold the detail together.

Jim Allington coloured some of his cutaways, and he used paint on board, but he 'filled in' existing linework, ending up with a result not far from your technique, but not as neat. It surprised me that he used this method, as there was a photograph in his studio of him in RAF uniform, sitting cross-legged, cap on the ground infront of him, between two oil paintings, one of a horse! I don't know why he didn't adapt his painting skills to the cutaways, but it isn't something we ever discussed. My first colour cutaways were also more like coloured drawings, but I decided to bite the bullet and try pure colour and see what happened - and stuck with it. I don't think there is a 'right' way, just differences of choice in working practice and final result.

Edited to say that I've just noted that the detail from the Ilmor 500I cutaway is unfinished, the paint is missing from the bottom of the pressure-relief valve bore - this must be from an early transparency, as this is how it is reproduced in Karl Ludvigsen's book, but the artwork - I've just checked - is complete! Bit embarrassing.

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Posted 06 December 2009 - 21:32

I don't want to start a whole new topic for this one question, but I was wondering what the wheelbase of a Porsche 908/3 is. I was doing a quick comparison of a Ferrari 312 PB to a 908/3 on a diecast website, and everything I found while googling said it was 90.6"/2300 mm, the same as a 917K. Since I always understood that the whole purpose of the 908/3 was to negotiate tighter race tracks, this just doesn't make sense.

I though one of you highly intelligent Porsche fans might know. Sorry, I don't mean to hi-jack this thread.

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Posted 06 December 2009 - 22:37

Tom, those Allington posts are stunning, I am replacing the ones I had with those you are posting !
Tony, I already had file on discs (twin and single caliper) now I have a mesh file !

I am looking for a better scan of Jim Allington's Birdcage
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#3034 Tony Matthews

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Posted 06 December 2009 - 23:12

Tom, those Allington posts are stunning, I am replacing the ones I had with those you are posting !

Yes, hard to believe how sharp and clean they are - thanks TW! I was working for Jim at the time they were drawn, but didn't contribute a single line or dot - my 'influence' was to change the way the tyre side-walls were stippled. I can't remember which cutaway it was, but having been given the task of stippling the tyres I took my courage in both hands and asked if I could try a different approach.

As there was no panic to finish the drawing and if I failed the stippling could be erased, Jim gave me the nod. I'd been studying the lighting on tyres in photographs and in real life, and noticed that the darkest area was an ellipse that ran eccentric to the tyre, from the contact point with the road to the top of the wheel rim. When Jim saw what I had done he immediately adopted it, much to my relief! I used exactly the same shading when I started with colour.


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Posted 07 December 2009 - 02:02

Yes, hard to believe how sharp and clean they are - thanks TW! I was working for Jim at the time they were drawn, but didn't contribute a single line or dot - my 'influence' was to change the way the tyre side-walls were stippled. I can't remember which cutaway it was, but having been given the task of stippling the tyres I took my courage in both hands and asked if I could try a different approach.

As there was no panic to finish the drawing and if I failed the stippling could be erased, Jim gave me the nod. I'd been studying the lighting on tyres in photographs and in real life, and noticed that the darkest area was an ellipse that ran eccentric to the tyre, from the contact point with the road to the top of the wheel rim. When Jim saw what I had done he immediately adopted it, much to my relief! I used exactly the same shading when I started with colour.


Thanks for the comments. That is really great coming from you two, especially ... not to disregard anyone else in the group. Those files that I posted are something like half the size of what I have as the assembled files. I have been saving those at something like 11x17 (or whatever would fit there) at 300 dpi. Just don't look too closely where I had to fill in the gutters that they trimmed out of the drawings at the page breaks ... wouldn't have wanted to layout things to get them in the centerspread or anything ...
Of course, I am having to piece them anyway, as the scanner won't do larger than 8-1/2x11.
Stippling is an interesting subject for me, as one of the worst sections of a drawing that I ever did (not that they were all that great) was attempting to stipple a tire, but without using ink. Obviously, you can't really get a dot out of a pencil unless you are all but stabbing through the surface, and since I am drawing on mylar, it would have had to be with carbon bullets or something. I ended up doing the stippling that turned into hashmarks ... making the tire look like a chia pet or something ... looked like it needed a shave, at least.
I finally cleaned it out so that it is out of my drawing now that I have been able to get it into digital form.
Now, the irony of the situation is that my sister, who has never done any artwork whatsoever, did two stipple-art illustrations of babies when she was in high school. Did a hell of a job, and then decided that they were too much work and never did another. Drives me crazy that she could do that, and I couldn't ... and I do this crazy stuff and she can't figure that out.
Anyway, I guess I will have to check out Tony's technique more and see if I can do it, although I have been cutting through the top of the tires now so the shading doesn't really work with my style.
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Posted 07 December 2009 - 08:46

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Stipple. It should look as sharp and black as your scans of JA's drawings Tom, but if I scan it in B&W all I get is moire patterns, so it's a grey-scale scan. We used to have a feeble joke, probably not confined to Jim's studio - "All that stippling will drive you dotty!" I rather wish I hadn't revealed that...

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Another attempt at a B&W scan - the print that I scanned is only 4 7/16" - 116mm wide, so it's asking a lot of the scanner I suppose. The actual print is somewhere between the two, as detailed or more as the grey-scale scan, as black as the second. Done in 1964.

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Posted 07 December 2009 - 15:29

Perhaps if you like cutaway drawings you might like cutaway models... http://craftsmanship...um.com/Park.htm

Apologies if it has been referenced before.

Rob :wave:

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Posted 07 December 2009 - 16:15

Thanks for the link, Rob. I hadn't seen Mr Park's work before - very interesting!

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Posted 07 December 2009 - 18:03

Here is another of the Allington collection that I have started scanning. This one is another Lola, the Formula Junior from 1961, as seen in the August issue of Car & Driver.
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Let me join your Jim Allington Lola F Jr with this one
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Looking at the tyre (tire) "treading" I think it is a Clarence LaTourette more than it could be a Gordon Bruce
It's from Sports Car Graphic November 1961 issue.

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#3040 macoran

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Posted 07 December 2009 - 18:09

Perhaps if you like cutaway drawings you might like cutaway models... http://craftsmanship...um.com/Park.htm

Apologies if it has been referenced before.

Rob :wave:

I don't think it has been referenced before, and it is amazing !
I wonder what my fillings looks like, I had a "Chinese" dentist for a few years

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Posted 07 December 2009 - 18:24

Since the occasional aircraft has shown up on the thread I thought the following site would be of interest. Click on WW1 aircraft. I find his work astounding, particularly the Nieuport and Albatros.

http://mwmiller.theaerodrome.com/

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Posted 07 December 2009 - 18:42

If you guys continue to put up links like that, I may be off cutaways soon.

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Posted 07 December 2009 - 19:24

Perhaps if you like cutaway drawings you might like cutaway models... http://craftsmanship...um.com/Park.htm

Apologies if it has been referenced before.

Rob :wave:



Rob,
Those things are great, but I have been involved in the modelkit and diecast business for many years. Haven't done that many kit designs, but have tended to be fairly unlimited in what I was able to do.
Sort of like being a perpetual 13 year old ... and don't get paid that much to do it now either ...
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Posted 07 December 2009 - 21:07

Going to put up another Allington engine illustration here, this being the Lotus Cortina DOHC 4 from 1963 or so. It is a little muddy since it was originally printed with a background in color behind it, so it tended to clog a bit.
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Posted 07 December 2009 - 21:12

This is another of the Allington illustrations, not in Formula 1. This is the Lotus 22 Formula Junior from 1962, complete with all the callouts attached. Just didn't feel like working hard enough to clean all that stuff out of there, sorry.
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Posted 07 December 2009 - 21:18

OK, just to give the eyes a break from the strain of studying those detailed Allington illustrations, I am going to step back and put up a couple of my early pieces. This one is probably the first national level car that I ever got a chance to illustrate. I was blown away by the fact that Gene Snow would consider working with me back then, but he was great, and we still talk every once in a while at a race or something. He was part of the big Revell Drag Racing program in the early 70s, so became a real household name here at that point. This is his first real dominant flip-top Funny Car, a Keith Black-engined Full-sized Dodge Charger.
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Posted 07 December 2009 - 21:24

I would think the writing is not the work of James (for whom I used to fabricate odds and sods for his various projects - all were neatly sketched and sadly all drawings then thrown away!) because thats a dry sump oil tank!

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Posted 07 December 2009 - 21:26

Last one for the day here ...
This is a Corvette Roadster Funny car that was among the best looking cars of its time ... that whole candy red and gold leaf lettering thing that was a signature look back then. Marv Eldridge ran a company called Fiberglass Trends, and was among the top manufacturers of funny car and other fiberglass components in the late 60s. This was probably his most successful and best known car, until they banned the roadsters in the class. He had to switch to a coupe body, and literally ran into the guard rail against my leg one night while I was shooting trackside stuff ... sorry for the irrelevance there.
He ended up getting killed test driving a car for some guy in Hawaii ... but without wearing helmets or belts for some reason. Anyway, this was a pretty standard setup for one of these cars, and the flat angle was based on the fact that we photographed it at his shop, and things were so loaded up that all I could do was back it out in the alley behind the shop ... this was the most interesting photo angle I could come up with.
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Posted 07 December 2009 - 21:28

I would think the writing is not the work of James (for whom I used to fabricate odds and sods for his various projects - all were neatly sketched and sadly all drawings then thrown away!) because thats a dry sump oil tank!


I am sure that you are correct, Simon. Have a feeling that was added at the publication, as they liked to do that type of thing instead of presuming the reader was, well, actually reading the article to figure out what was in the car.
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Posted 07 December 2009 - 23:30

Jim's illustrations were never released with annotation, that was up to the publication. However, if you don't do it yourself you cannot rely on some non-technical hack getting it right. If I thought that an illustration was going to be annotated - and this tended to happen mostly in the 'popular' press - I would include a rough print with labelling as a guide. Still couldn't guarantee accuracy, though! Best way, as I did with the Marlboro exploded drawings, was to do it yourself, complete with key, written in American.

TW, your posted JA illustrations are still coming up 1½ screens wide...nice, but awkward.

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