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  • Scaleracing
    started a topic Welcome to qm bodies

    Welcome to qm bodies

    SCI would like to welcome a New Resin Manufacturer to the Forum.

    Their first offering is a resin castings of a 1/32 Genie MkVIII.

    I am sure they will post up more information as soon as they can.

  • munter
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    Thanks for the confidence in my youth.
    Facebook sure is a temporary thing.
    Seen and gone.

    It is so easy though.

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  • Ecurie Martini
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    Facebook? My teenage years are long gone!

    EM

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  • munter
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    It has been revealed....you saw it on facebook first....and then on SFI.

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  • Ecurie Martini
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    Nothing like overlooking the obvious!

    EM

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  • Ecurie Martini
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    Always do the research first

    Embarrassed:



    EM

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  • Ecurie Martini
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    Originally posted by Chuck*Seattle View Post


    Finally, the major project is taking shape. It is a car I had hoped to be ready soon, but it will probably be June or July. It is an American Sports Racer from the 1950s. Not a homebuilt. It is a bit of a complicated shell and we are going to have get casting problems sorted out.


    Chuck
    Hmmmm - interesting - The 50's were my era of active involvement so I'm rolling old tapes;

    You already have the Cunningham and the Devin, Old Yeller and the Flying Shingle (Anglo-American hybrid) were one-off home builts, there were a number of engine swaps (remember the Bandini Offy) The Kaiser Darrin and the Nash Healey were around (in very small number) but, to my knowledge,were never raced. All I can come up with is the Crosley Hot Shot, the Kurtis Kraft and the Arnolt Bristol (yes, all of the parts and assembly were overseas but the "manufacturer" was American)

    When will it be revealed?

    EM

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  • mrossmassler
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    Still on board....

    ....for Veritas louvers!

    Hope all's well.

    best,

    Max

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  • Chuck*Seattle
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    so many bodies

    Thanks Max .... yes ... two Borgwards coming. Then I need to carve a Veritas and will be looking for some help with louvers ... :-)

    hope you are doing well ...

    all my very best

    chuck

    if anyone is interested in Borgwards ... [email protected]

    and I will try to post some photos when they are ready!

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  • mrossmassler
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    nice looker...!

    ...good to hear news of you Charles, I see you are into excellent work.

    So many shells, so little time....

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  • Chuck*Seattle
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    HI Jim
    would you email me at [email protected] I think I at least have a body and a screen. The bodies were slush cast so they are thick. Thanks, all my very best, Chuck Also, thanks to John for posting the Borgward photos, the '57 version will be coming as well!

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  • jim
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    I'm looking for the Genie body that was running in 1965 with a Chevy engine and driven by Jerry Grant. I'm attempting to do the great sports racing cars that ran in the USRRC and early Can Am events. While Lola's and Chaparrals are plentiful, the lesser known Lotus 19s Genies, and Coopers are more difficult to find, especially in their 1965/66 trim.

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  • Wet Coast Racer
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    Looks way better than my Borgward.

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  • munter
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    More like this...


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  • Wet Coast Racer
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    I had to do this:

    [YOUTUBE]HqOHyVay1QY[/YOUTUBE]

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