A little paint on the Big-Block Chevrolet............

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Thought I would put a bit of paint on the 1/16 Big-block Chevy pieces and see how it comes together............no real prep on the 3D printed pieces, though I did use a Scotchbrite pad (green) on the oil pan and valve covers, but just a little......otherwise, just primed and painted........good to remember here just how small these 1/16 scale parts are.......

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shazzaam!!! that's awesome, tony. the detail is very crisp and clean. incredible stuff!!!!!!

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B)Tony, awesome stuff mate. :)

Been eyeballing all the new stuff the last week or so, and pretty sure you guys are gonna cost me a wad of cash when I give in and place another order.... :lol:

The detail on the 1/12 turbo I got just recently really blew my mind. TOP shelf work. ;)

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I'M SOLD!!! GOING TO NEED A FEW OF THEM WITH ALL THE GOODIE TOO!!

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Wow. I really can't wait for the day for 3D printing to become cost-effective and efficient so that the manufacturers can start producing kits using 3D printing. Imagine not having to remove mold lines, sink marks, pits, etc. etc.

That engine looks incredible. Great paint job too!

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Wow, this makes me eager to get my 1/12 single car SBC manifold/carb setup from you guys! Looks great!

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Here are a few more pieces for the big-block Chevrolet...........Muncie 4-speed transmission and tunnel-ram intake with dual Holleys (intake and carbs in light primer only)...........

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Here they are all brought together...............

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Nice, any plans for an auto trans?

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Those carbs and parts are KILLER !!! What is this going in ?

Alan

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Joe...........I had someone else ask about an automatic, too, so I guess I should put it on my list of stuff to do.............

Alan..........these parts were done to verify that they come through the print process ok at 1/16 scale..........however, I do have stashed away a 1/16 55 Bel Air hardtop kit.........that would be a nice place for this.........

Tony

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Oh ya, that will be nice, I have 55 Nomad, now you have me thinking lol

Alan

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I have always been tempted to recreate the "Two Lane Blacktop" car..............

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Joe...........I had someone else ask about an automatic, too, so I guess I should put it on my list of stuff to do.............

Alan..........these parts were done to verify that they come through the print process ok at 1/16 scale..........however, I do have stashed away a 1/16 55 Bel Air hardtop kit.........that would be a nice place for this.........

Tony

turbo 400 or a Glide would be cool.

Going to be ordering the 1/12 version soon. awesome stuff.

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With B&M or TCI deep pans as an option along with stock

Alan

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And here's an intake option...........

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And here is another one..............

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And then there is the early GMC blower set up..................

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The neat thing here is that the Weiand logo on the electric water pump just about came through at this scale............

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Tony-

Any SBC parts / engines available?

Marty

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Tony-

Any SBC parts / engines available?

Marty

Marty..............the basic small block pieces are available now in the TDR catalog at Shapeways.....link in my sig.............along with the single Holley intake...........more intakes and other pieces to follow soon..........PM me if you want further info.....................

Tony

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And here is another one..............

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Dang...too bad this intake isn't for the small block. This intake would look great in the engine bay of the 1/12 Camaro I'm going to build!

Edited by brodie_83

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hey bro give me a call when you have a chance!!

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Very nice.

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this is the motor i need bro!! not sure witch one it is but it looks like the one in the Low Rider "El Rey"

Edited by Mr.1/16th

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this is what it will look like once i get it into rolling chassie in 1/16th scale for the build.

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