Recent content by nb

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    White truck (Labatt's Streamliner 1939)

    Labatt's Streamliner 1939 fabricated on the chassis of a contemporary White COE truck. Basically, this 3d-model is based on my previous model of Streamliner 1947, which was made according to the measures taken from the actual restored truck. With the Streamliner 1939, I had to make some guesses...
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    Chevrolet Corvette (1953)

    Corvette 1953
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    Renault Clio (1992)

    I used to have one like this.
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    Chrysler Norseman (1958)

    It's a great model but also a very interesting car. Is this a kind of prototype?
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    Ford Thunderbird (1978)

    I think it was a brilliant idea to post those here. Many thanks! I also have some old scale models. I might scan and post them as well.
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    Packard 110 Touring Sedan (1941)

    Thanks a lot! I've been looking for this for a long time!
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    Ford F600 Tankautospuit (engine)(photo of drawing)

    martijntjuh, thank you for posting the image. Really a great donation from my point of view. And thanks to scooter for correcting the print. I think you have done it correctly, I usually apply the same principles to get the wheels round and the same diameter. As for the dimensions, the wheelbase...
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    ZAZ Bagira (2007)

    This is something that is based on an old ZAZ from 60-70's. Which was a FIAT rip off.
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    Magirus SLF 24-12 (1964)

    Very nice donation! Thanks for posting!
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    Jaguar XF (2007)

    Thanks for posting! Just a comment: it looks like anything but not a Jaguar.
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    Skoda 706 RO (1947 - 1958)

    Thanks for posting! Just wondering how comes the first bus has such a huge overhang...
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    White 9000 (1969)

    Excellent! Thanks for posting!
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    ZIS 101 (1936)

    I completely agree with this statement. At some point I was considering to model 1940's Packard. The result of my preliminary research was that the ZIS plan drawings (i.e. available in SMCars collection) are unusable for the purpose.
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    ZIS 101 (1936)

    To my opinion it means that it's not an exact copy. ;)
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    ZIS 101 (1936)

    The post-wwII version of ZIS was in fact heavily "inspired" by Packard. But this pre-wwII version was "inspired" by Buick as far as remember...