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Love the all aluminum motors.

Bill, have you weighed the twin turbo unit?

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You guys build such accurate engines, I use them as reference since I can't see the real things.

I can't wait for Tyrone to get into 1/16 scale.

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I havent been building for the last 4-5 months. Bought a new Jackson and have been playing that instead of building. These engines may have just inspired me to start building again!

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"These engines may have just inspired me to start building again!"

one of the points to this thread........inspiration!

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Top Fuel isn't my specialty by any means, so I had to refer to a bunch of various photos to be moderately sure I was plumbing & detailing it realistically. A fun diversion back in 1998 for me.

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That's a very realistic looking engine, David.

Fantastic.

My flathead work in progress.

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My 1/12 scratch-built BAE style Hemi, awaiting more work and a car to run it in. :lol:

All accept the blower (modified Revell unit), pulleys and assorted nuts and bolts was scratch-built using a 1/24 Revell T/Fuel motor as a starting guide.

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Great looking engines guys........

This "in progress" is a 1/25th fantasy Olds............

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There was discussion of Phil Castronovo Custom Body decals on page 2 of this discussion. I finished them, then Chuck Boerner took my graphics and improved them. He is selling a 1/25 version of the decal on eBay, and you can see it and his other decals on his Photobucket page. I am having trouble pasting here, but if you google stang1forever photobucket you will find his page. Chris

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I think I posted a picture of this engine when it was in progress, but here's a couple of finished shots. '62 Impala Super Stock's 409.

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And this is the Hemi of a '71 Barracuda Pro Stock.

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W409, those carbs are works of art! Whoops it posted twice, but those are nice carbs!

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Here is the Chi-Town Hustler engine that I did last year.

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W409, those carbs are works of art! Whoops it posted twice, but those are nice carbs!

Thanks Chris! Usually carburetors are really unrealistic straight from the box, so I thought I should try to make them a bit realistic by adding a couple of details and painting them. The carbs on that Impala are detailed without any Photo Etch parts and on the Hemi I used PE parts... It sure makes a difference. Those fuel line fittings are scratchbuilt and they are far from perfect, though.

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Hi, This is my first post on the Forum...I took up the hobby after a 40 year layoff about 3 years ago. This engine is Ford 351W with Arias Hemi heads...twin turbo...lenco..mostly made of solder, aluminum, real titanium, plastic block and heads (all scratch) & a few aftermarket aluminum pieces. About 12 months building it off and on. I can provide more detail on the engine if you're interested. It's 1/25th scale btw.

http://public.fotki.com/Steppenwolf56/henry-j-twin-turbo/henry-j-twin-turbo-59.html#media

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