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For those of us stranded by the weather...

Are you bored and "snowbound"? Looking for a patience-testing project? How about this?

http://papertoys.com/porsche911.htm

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Old 01-26-2004, 06:33 PM
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I double-dare you!

I double-dare anyone to actually print this out, cut it out and post a picture of the 911 right here!!! Anyone out there bored enough to try it?
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Old 01-26-2004, 06:47 PM
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First done!



http://ymjr.cz/down/pdf-files/porsche143_martini.pdf

BTW: are you already stranded or just anticipating the big blizzard tomorrow?
Old 01-26-2004, 07:00 PM
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Cute, but all those fine cuts don't jive with drinking...gotta stay warm...it's going down to -31F here tonight (Yes that's what I said).
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Now THAT's a brilliant idea for our host!
Wayne, get on with it, paper-light bodywork for racing purposes!
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Old 01-27-2004, 03:53 AM
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Curt,

Good work!!! This is just what we need for a winter-time hobby in Michigan. It's too cold for me to brew beer!!
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OK, I confess. I stole the photo. I did download the cutout though. But I think you would need the hands of a brain surgeon to assemble that thing!!!
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My kids love that site. They will spend an hour+ cutting and coloring. I would post some of their work but it's at home and I, unfortunately, am at work.
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awesome, and I did think Curt had done it!

WOW that thing looks complicated.

Project for the kids... HA HA
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Well, I've done this one, but no where near the art of the others

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not finding many porsches, but some cool stuff

Remember the "make your own Porsche website?
http://www.papercars.net/cars.html

http://f1.aaacafe.ne.jp/~sakyo/titlepage/papercar.html

check out the F1 history, he's got the 6 wheeled tyrell car
http://www.ne.jp/asahi/paper-m/yasu/2art_w/e_top.htm

http://www.freepapertoys.com/pt-cars.html

Holy Crappola Batman

How about a 917, 935, Jager 934, and Jager 935??
http://prara.infoseek.livedoor.net/out/craft/car_porsche.htm#917
To be able to access 2 of these you will need this software http://www.e-cardmodel.com/pepakura-en/
but for the other 2 you can use the adobe acrobat files.

Lots more really cool stuff from the last site
http://prara.infoseek.livedoor.net/out/craft/craft2.htm
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thanks for the link, Curt!

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Cool!
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Evren has too much time on his hands, and lot's of skill. That's cool.
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Evren's being too modest here...he once confessed to me that part of his time at M.I.T. was spent in the NASA robotics lab... Yeah guys, Wayne's not the only M.I.T grad here. Both Evren and his wife Ruki hold degrees from M.I.T.
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I've done the same one. Looks about the same as yours. I put on our christmas tree for a decoration.

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