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  • #104706
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    raven62
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    The work on the Doors were needless becaue I’ve change the plan?

    Why? I think, the Cockpit looks so good, that Doors just disturb the sight on it.

     

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    Needless? No, really. I made many experiences  and raise my skills on metalshaping.

     

    Regards

    Ralf

    #104713
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    raven62
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    An actual Overview

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    Ralf

    #104715
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    Retrocosm
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    Look as though you’re nearing completion on this epic build, it’s looking so cool.

    #104718
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    raven62
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    Indeed.  Almost. 🙂

    Today I can solve the door-problem. A bit unusually, as usual 😀

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    Ralf

    #104724
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    Rear part is finished .

    Last item was the frontpanel/framecover.

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    Ralf

    #104736
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    Grasshopper
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    Just…WOW. Unusually unique and uniquely unusual!

    I love the form of those doors.

    Axial SCX10 Dingo D90    RC4WD TF2 Hilux     RC4WD G2 D90

    #104737
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    raven62
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    Thank you!

     

    Todays work ar the wheel caps. Simple. But with the option to use as spinners.  (Coincidentally the center holes have the perfect size to used as bearing seats.)

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    Ralf

    #104784
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    raven62
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    The last great Step is done. Both front edges are almost done.

    Some making ofs from hammering and english wheeling

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    Followed only from a bit electric and some rivets.

     

     

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    Ralf

    #104803
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    raven62
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    Thank you :beerchug:

    Finally I’m finished with this rig. Here the last pics before maiden run.

    (I’m not happy with the front because it’s fallen from the bench and all arduous puzzled plates moving apart again 🙁    )

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    Thanks for watching!

    Regards

    Ralf

    #104805
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    Ralf, absolutely epic build my friend.  So many skills on show here, and so unique.  Thank you for documenting the build in such detail and bringing to the table such a great can do attitude.  Nothing it seems was too challenging for you to attempt in your desire to create your vision.  I think this deserves a place in the forum’s finest and have as such moved it for you.

    #104813
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    raven62
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    Wow!

    I feel very honored by your kind words.

     

    A last little changed for the moment are the spinner wheel caps.

    A little function test and overview

     

    Regards

    Ralf

    #104816
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    Grasshopper
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    Congratulations, well deserved! A true one-off.

    Can’t wait to see it tackling some rough terrain 🙂

    Axial SCX10 Dingo D90    RC4WD TF2 Hilux     RC4WD G2 D90

    #104822
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    This one went from crazy to insane!

    #104909
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    raven62
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    Thanks guys.

    Waiting for spring-weather for a filming day. Meanwhile I was bored about the sight of a nice car, standing on ugly working blocks. So I invest in a block of soap-stone.  Today it get a rough surface finish and a first oil layer.

    After this a little positioning play was started.

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    I think, it will be a more adequate stand as simple blocks of wood.

    Regards

    Ralf

    #104916
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    And my family think I have OCD!! Wonderful stuff as always, Ralf..thank you.

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