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This looks Great!!

I'm Sure Ed Shaver would order your first 10..

I don't know, I haven't had any interest in it yet. Thanks Rodney

That looks to be some very fine work. Is your intent to 3D print your masters, and then make molds for resin?

Thank you Bill! Yes, these will be printed, then molded, and cast.

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On 5/30/2015 at 2:32 PM, robertburns said:

Canceled due to lack of interest

Robert, I realize it's been over 6 years since you last posted about this model here, but if you still have the files for this, I'd be interested in buying a copy of the digital files. This may sound a little strange, but what I want to do is actually make some strange customizations and create off-road versions of this vehicle. One would be an off-road wrecker, and the other would be a recreation of the GM AGL-4 articulated vehicle concept. All of the conversion work would be done digitally, and then I'd have the files 3D printed and make RC trucks out of them (just one of each design - this is all for personal hobby use, no commercial use.) This probably all sounds strange, but if you want to see what I mean, check out my last project, an off-road Corvair Lakewood 1:24 scale RC vehicle, based on a real off-road Corvair conversion I found on YouTube: 

https://www.scalebuildersguild.com/forum/threads/micro-morr-corvair.31014/ (this link starts from beginning of build)

https://www.scalebuildersguild.com/forum/threads/micro-morr-corvair.31014/post-316494 (this link goes straight to pics of finished model)

Anyway, if you still have the rampside files, I would love to buy a copy of them for my scale RC projects.

Thanks,

Eric Schaefer

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On 8/12/2021 at 1:53 AM, ebeowulf17 said:

Robert, I realize it's been over 6 years since you last posted about this model here, but if you still have the files for this, I'd be interested in buying a copy of the digital files. This may sound a little strange, but what I want to do is actually make some strange customizations and create off-road versions of this vehicle. One would be an off-road wrecker, and the other would be a recreation of the GM AGL-4 articulated vehicle concept. All of the conversion work would be done digitally, and then I'd have the files 3D printed and make RC trucks out of them (just one of each design - this is all for personal hobby use, no commercial use.) This probably all sounds strange, but if you want to see what I mean, check out my last project, an off-road Corvair Lakewood 1:24 scale RC vehicle, based on a real off-road Corvair conversion I found on YouTube: 

https://www.scalebuildersguild.com/forum/threads/micro-morr-corvair.31014/ (this link starts from beginning of build)

https://www.scalebuildersguild.com/forum/threads/micro-morr-corvair.31014/post-316494 (this link goes straight to pics of finished model)

Anyway, if you still have the rampside files, I would love to buy a copy of them for my scale RC projects.

Thanks,

Eric Schaefer

Just a FYI, Robert hasn't visited here in 8 months. You can find him on FB at Too Many Projects.

 

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