Forums Scratch Built Models 1951 Tudor

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    • #14987
      DBDB
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      I thought I might as welladd my Tudor as well. The colour is a proxy for the Ford colour plalette of the era albeit a few shades lighter.  The car  weighs in at 82 grams, 10/30 gearing, motor is a Scaly S can.  The car runs @ 7.5 secs on my track (which is a bit longer but less technical than The Ring).  My original Tudor runs an 8 sec with  BWA motor.  Pic to follow.

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    • #15024
      KenKen
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      Dave.

      The colour, paint finish, and wheels look absolutely beautiful! :good:

      • This reply was modified 1 month, 3 weeks ago by KenKen. Reason: Brain fart

      This morning I saw a neighbor talking to her cat. It was obvious she thought her cat understood her. I came into my house, told my dog..... we laughed a lot.
      Even though I may be new at this myself. How can I help you build your car?

    • #15026
      DBDB
      Member

      I forgot to mention that Ken takes alot of credit for this car, chassis, set up and encouragement. Thanks Ken.

    • #15027
      KenKen
      Moderator

      Dave. Thank you very kindly. You gave me a nice Jaguar XK120 body. It was a fair trade between friends. You deserve full credit for the entire car. You finished and completed it. Nicely done!

      I hope one of my Tudors can keep up. I doubt it… I know how your car handles. :wacko:

      This morning I saw a neighbor talking to her cat. It was obvious she thought her cat understood her. I came into my house, told my dog..... we laughed a lot.
      Even though I may be new at this myself. How can I help you build your car?

    • #15030
      JMSracerJMSracer
      Member

      Sharp looking Tudor.  The paint sparkles.  I don’t think you could have slammed it any more than you did.

      Nice build!

      :good:

    • #15052
      DBDB
      Member

      Thanks Jim, I am getting more proficient at setting ride height on my cars these days.

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