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#11\2018-02-01 15:54

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good jobby job
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#12\2018-02-01 16:57

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that's next level realism

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#13\2018-02-01 18:58

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Loving the progress so far! Can't wait to see some glorious hot rod/street rod parts being made. Best of luck with it mate
#14\2018-02-02 02:11

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2018-02-01 15:54#287587 Defiant :good jobby job

Thanks Defiant.

2018-02-01 18:58#287591 CannibalCurd :Loving the progress so far! Can't wait to see some glorious hot rod/street rod parts being made. Best of luck with it mate

Thanks CC... 'hot rod/street rod', you read my mind! (or are you a member of the SLRRDA group and have seen my Plymouth hot rod win Round 3 of the Drag comp?) ;)

2018-02-01 16:57#287590 KondzixsPL :that's next level realism

Thanks KondzixsPL, realism will come about when I can make better textures and materials, but thanks to some sound advise from my good friend, Gorgoil.. on how to get better looking chrome effect, check out the realism of this 'Jubilee' clip ;).


Still loads to do, remaking the Holley 94 carbs will be next as I got them completely wrong on my first attempt, lol. In the meantime, I'm wiring up the starter motor and temp sensor. (Starter motor is now a 12 volt job and Dynamo will be replaced by alternator).
You'll notice there are no threads on the starter terminals, that's because threads use heaps of polygons so pumping up the file size... (there's that compromise kicking in again) :)

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#15\2018-02-02 12:43

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Great work, Stevo.
#16\2018-02-03 11:35

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Thanks, JF1 :)

Slow progress last couple of days... remade the head fins (the correct amount this time, also taller with rounded ends), water outlet spouts on heads improved, made a better flywheel and ring gear. Carbs tomorrow if I don't get sidetracked. lol

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#17\2018-02-03 12:31

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Dang. That is some serious skill bro.
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#18\2018-02-03 16:09

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Thanks bro.. actually, it's only one tooth to make, then clone and equi-space around a cylinder ;), took me a while to figure it out but handy in future for stuff like fans or gear teeth.
Carbs are on hold for a mo, I need to make a new oil pan so I can get the bottom end buttoned up (has Scat stroker crank at 4.25").

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#19\2018-02-03 16:12

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It's looking quite nice, Stevo.
#20\2018-02-04 15:46

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2018-02-01 18:58#287591 CannibalCurd :Can't wait to see some glorious hot rod/street rod parts being made.

Already on the case, CC... this is my Plymouth pick-up that I will use for testing the Flathead motor, I've already had it down the strip in stock form (102 HP @ 3,750 rpm) but I'm in the throes of making a supercharger and quad Holley 94's to go with the stroked motor.. hoping to see 300+ HP on 116 octane race fuel.
In the mean time, the Plymouth is getting a roof chop.



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