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      KenKen
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      First and foremost, I would like to thank Art for an amazing opportunity to be able to offer aluminum chassis on the S32 site.

      It’s been an interesting road getting here. Many of the club members watched this concept grow from nothing. Most have become good friends. Many have already purchased chassis’s, and they run well. I humbly thank everyone for having faith in me.

      I have drawings for the following cars/chassis.

      1936 Auto Union (DArts)
      1936 Bugatti T50B (Penelope Pitlane)

      1948 Jaguar XK120 (Lindberg)

      1949 Ford Tudor (Lindberg)
      1953 Porsche 550 Spyder (DArts)

      1955 Chevy Nomad (Gunze)

      1956 Ferrari 290mm (DArts)
      1957 Maserati 250F (Scalex)

      1959 Eldorado Biarritz (Gunze)

      1959 Impala Sports Coupe (Gunze)
      1959 Fairlane 500 Skyliner (Gunze)
      1961 Porsche RS61 (DArts)

      1962 BRM 578 (DArts)
      1962 MGB Sports (Airfix)
      1963 Thunderbird (Gunze)
      1963 Cooper Ford (Professor Motor)
      1963 Corvette Stingray (AMT)

      1964 Porsche 904 (MRRC)
      1964 Lotus 30 (DArts)
      1964 Rover BRM (Aurora)
      1965 AC Cobra (Ninco)

      1965 Mustang 2+2 (AMT)
      1965 Pontiac GTO (Monogram)
      1965 Triumph TR4A (Airfix)

      1965 Corvair (DArts)

      1966 Chaparral 2D (Strombecker)
      1966 Shelby GT350 (Monogram)

      1967 Ford Fairlane (Monogram)

      1968 Matra MS10 (DArts)
      1969 Corvette C3 (Revell)

      1969 Ferrari 312P Berlinetta (DArts)

      1969 Charger 500 (Carrera)

      1969 Porsche 914 (SRC)

      1970 Ferrari 512S (Fly)

      1973 Shadow DN1 (DArts)
      1974 McLaren M20 (Carrera)

      I may have a few more. Please inquire about your body if it’s not on the list. Anything can be measured.

      Drive systems and prices available at this time are:

      Inline chassis = $50.00

      Sidewinder chassis = $50.00 (plus $20.00 for an NSR Sidewinder pod, installation, and hardware)

      The prices are for a base aluminum chassis that you must assemble. SW pods are pre-installed. No other parts are included.

      3/16″ inch bearings, or bushings can be used. Due to the fact that these fit in the chassis without solder, bushings can easily be upgraded for bearings at anytime down the road.

      For an extra $5. You can add 2-lengths of Evergreen body post material (#227), 2-brass inserts (4-40), 2-flat washers, and 2-countersunk body screws.

      The guide hole is designed to fit a SlotIt CH10 universal guide. Please state your brand of guide before ordering.

      This whole thing is a bit of a test. Please, kindly help me figure out the learning curve? Thanks a million in advance!

      Ken

      What do you mean think outside the box? Where did you even get a box? Where's my box?
      Even though I may be new at this myself. How can I help you build your car?

    • #17161
      KenKen
      Moderator

      Communications are under way with Professor Motor to get hardened axles and Oilite bushings in bulk. The idea is not to compete with Oliver and Andy. But to give customers that buy an aluminum chassis an easy way to get parts to complete their cars.

      If it starts to work. I may approach more suppliers to the same effect.

      This whole thing is still just a test. :wacko:

      I may have to go back to floorsweeping at some point.

      What do you mean think outside the box? Where did you even get a box? Where's my box?
      Even though I may be new at this myself. How can I help you build your car?

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