GT40 Chassis Drawings and data

Brian Kissel

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The link worked for me. ONLY 595. euros. The site, states he is well known in all the GT40 clubs. I'll pass
 

Randy V

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something in this picture doesn't look quite right...

 
look almost like a model instead of a rear set of mbody work, the website on shows computer drawings of the chassis and suspension. No real metal picture or complete cars.
 

Ian Anderson

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Welcome to the forum Mike.

Great work on your web site. Please pass on my regards to Ken and Robin

Regards
Ian
 

Keith

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Nice idea.. great site...loads of details. No complete cars because they are principally selling drawings, plans & detail.

Does no-one ever read things properly?

"Model Body" :laugh:

Do not rush to condemn - this is the real deal.

:thumbsup:
 
Randy said something did not look right, with the body being in white and the way it is sat there, it iss a trick on the eyes.

If you look closer you can see things that say otherwise. I did not say this to be rude or anything like that.

Even If you are only selling drawings, plans and details. It would be nice to see a completted chassis to see in real life next to the CAD drawings on your website.

Everything I have seen look good and the drawing in 3d look great. Just an Idea of putting a completed chassis on you website.

The second thing I see wrong in the nostril panel on the front body work, it is a solid panel not a single nostril which would be the second option to the double.

Good luck and welcome to the forum.

I will apologize once more, if my reply earlier was taken wrong. I should of added to my comment.
 
Rebeca,
The opening for the nostril on the front clip has just not been cut out yet. (and I agree a mk2 body should sport a single nostril) All easily rectifiable with a few bucks and sweat-equity!
 
Just a word of caution. I purchased Mike's rolling chassis plans a while back. I was dissappointed.

Joe
 

Jim Rosenthal

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Whatever. Having been through this, I'd rather at least start with a chassis, not have to build that, too. Starting with a chassis was hard enough.
 
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