Pacman rod


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Well this is a project i,m working on for a while now,

and i like to share it with you modelfans.

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Ok this is the rod i like so much ,there wasn't much ref on the net but i found a friend of the owner, he send me a lot off pics.

What i did is i made a small drawing hoping it all will work out.
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I have put a model next to it for size it will be 1/24.

Ok thats it for now till tomorrow

Gr
Dirk

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I got pocket full of quarters

and I'm headin' to the arcade...

Great project. Buckner & Garcia would be proud! :D

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Wucca wucca wucca wucca, bleep,

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Wucca wucca wucca wucca, bleep,

LOL. :D

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Hi,
A little update.

This little rod has a Buick v6 engine i have a engine from a buick model , now it's hard to find a engine like this so i planned to make a mold of it so i can make copie's of it from resin.

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This is the mold i made from silicone rubber.
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Well this is what you get a nice copy (white) of the original (black).
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Even the ribs on the valvecover did work great stuff resin.

See you next time.

Gr

Dirk

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This is gonna be pretty cool!!! I definitely have to watch this! B)

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I have seen a project log of this show car over on coffin corner2, I wonder if that builder has decided to join our wonderful group of styrene addicts.

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hmm cool cant waight to see the actual pacman cab rise :)

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This is surely different!

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I have seen a project log of this show car over on coffin corner2, I wonder if that builder has decided to join our wonderful group of styrene addicts.

Yep thats me :) as you see i,m already on my way but like to explain it here to, i like to share mine tips and tricks also i learn from every forum.

I think model fans should share where ever they can.

Gr

Dirk

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cool project..

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Yep thats me :) as you see i,m already on my way but like to explain it here to, i like to share mine tips and tricks also i learn from every forum.

I think model fans should share where ever they can.

Gr

Dirk

I've seen what comes later in the build, the guys here are in for a treat.

I really like your scratchbuild and detail work. :)

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Update,

Took the resin engine cut off the transmission and cleaned it.
Then put it together .

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The result.

Also made the blower smaller i think the original is a 6-71 and i think this six has a 4-71, well this is the result.
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Made all the holes in the engine and dryfit the distributer and the pulleys.
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All fit nice now it's time to put some color on this little 6.

Happy building
Gr
Dirk

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LOL. :D

Glad someone caught that!!!! LOL

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And starting off with the body (or should i say face ;) )

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Used some soup spoons to make it a ball figure.

Now lets work on the tube frame.

First i made a plan so i no what i'm doing.
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The red is the tire.

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Working on the tubeframe put it on the drawing see off it fit.

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I also made the intake (i think ::) ) first draw it on a piece of paper.

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Then copied it on a piece of styreen.

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And he presto.

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I put the parts to see if the scale was right and if it will fit when the time is there.

Ok guy's and girls,
See you next time.

Gr
Dirk

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interesting project! what kind of silicone did you use...

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Michael,

I use 2 part silicone PS81020 i order this by polyservice this is a dutch firm for making molds they also sell resin.

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awsome progress !!!!

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Michael,

I use 2 part silicone PS81020 i order this by polyservice this is a dutch firm for making molds they also sell resin.

whats the ratio...

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Michael,

It's easy 100:5

They come in 500gr and one and two kg packs i think i always order 1 kg.

Gr

Dirk

Edited by mind-9

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Can't wait to see more of this thing :)

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hi guys,

dind't had much time to work on the rod but i made one piece of the frame.

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This is how the frame is now.
i have to make two of them so start building this week full speed ;)

Also did some work on the engine and blower.
Now i have some real blowerbelts so i want to have some ribbed pulley's
Hard to find on this scale so build it myself.
first did it from styreen rod like this.

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Well i did not like it the ribs are to big so think think think ??? ::) ;D
Then my eye saw this.
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A screwdriver.
This drivers have ribbed grip, so i cut a piece off and with a mill i made a hole in the middle.
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And this is how it looks on the blower.
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And on the engine.

I think it looks ok.

Happy modeling

Gr
Dirk

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Thats good thinking out of the box

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