I would like to issue a challenge to all the forum.
This is to build from scratch a 1933 MG K3 as shown in the following image. I chose this car because it has many easy to do shapes and uses a variety
of different techniques to make the shapes required. It is a fairly simple car and does not have a lot of parts like the Saloon I am working on.
This can be done in under 45 days but I will use a 45 day time line and break each part done to about a 1 to 2 hour segment that I give everyone about 3 to 4 days to do so that you dont have to devote all your time to this.
The point of this is to get you into scratch building with simple tools. I dont expect museum quality final project but rather something you can say you did from scratch. This may be the only one you ever do but the techniques that are used can be used in kit building and modifying.
I would like at least 3 to 4 people to build with me and post pictures to this thread on the progress. Let me know who you are and I plan to start in about 2 to 3 weeks. The first part will be research which you can do before then to see if you would like to go along with me on this journey.
Edited by kennb, 05 March 2013 - 03:17 PM.