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This is great! I’m a sucker for a good 3D model!

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Old 05-13-2018, 05:49 PM
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Thanks for the reply, Opti
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Bump for a new part added.



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Hi --any chance on purchasing high quality prints on some of your pictures? Thanks Chris
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+1 Id buy a few as well.

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Hi --any chance on purchasing high quality prints on some of your pictures? Thanks Chris
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I have to say the heat effect on the diffuser is brilliant!
Old 06-25-2018, 06:45 AM
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Ok, you've now officially became my hero.

That oil cooler looks crazy time consuming to reproduce.

Dang....
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Old 06-25-2018, 08:11 AM
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Thanks gents! I'm debating what I want to do about the transmission. I found the model for this one online and originally used it as a placeholder. It's not really a model I can revise, as it is one imported "blob" without editable features. But it's also not quite up to the standards that everything else is at.... unfortunately for me to get a trans model to that point it would take starting from scratch.

Certainly something I *could* do, but the drive to do it isn't the same as when I was creating the engine.

That's one of the reasons I have been holding off on creating too many art prints. It's just weird to see the engine so well done and the trans just kinda blah.

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That said, there are a few prints available on my page at www.society6.com/autoillustrated for those that want to give it a look.

As always, thank you for the support! The real build is stalled out while I save funds to get the casework done.
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Man, I WISH my freshly rebuild motor, looked as neat as this rendering!
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