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RE: 3d Printed Chassis & Bodies 5
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3d Printed Chassis & Bodies Traders
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During the lock down been busy with developing body shells and related items and been a bit slack on updating the forum page. So below is a catch up on shells and a kit that are ready now or we are currently working on (regular updates on the FB page).
(Sorry ABIE321 no 512 or Ti22 yet …………..)

Wolf Dallara

To go with the Schkee Lola we have the Wolf Dallara from the late 70s period. This comes with a IL or AW chassis options using the Boxer or S Can motors, available now.
Ferrari 350 CAN AM


From the earlier period of late 60s we have the CAN AM Ferrari 350, this is work in progress as just invested in a vac former so that we can supply the windscreen for this as part of the kit. In the picture is the vac formed screen made from PETG 0.5mm thk. Chassis options AW & IL Boxer/S Can.

Jaguar XKR14


The intention was just to create a chassis for the SCX Jaguar in the background, but started doodling and created a shell as well……………. Again this will have a vac formed screen, W.I.P. currently to refine the shape and sort out glazing. Chassis options are the usual AW & IL boxer/S Can.
Mitsubishi 3000GT


Created a racing version based on an X mod road car shell, this is available now with AW/IL chassis’ with solid windows as shown and will create vac form glazing for it later.
Scalex XRi Group 5 conversion kit.


Another one of those moments where the mind visualises how a tatty Scalex XR3i much abused over the last 30 odd years could be resurrected. This has a AW S can chassis, group 5 arches new front dam and rear wing plus a new grill all part of the kit with the chassis. Available now.
Scalex Porsche 911 rear spoiler.

Yet again another design doodle to improve upon the tea tray ‘Forth Bridge’ rear spoiler on the old Scalex shell. This can be screwed to the original and then trimmed to suit individual taste as shown on a customers car with our JS chassis. Available now.
Group 5 Hillman Imp lightweight interior


As part of the learning curve on the vac former tried my hand at making a pattern for Imp interior and then playing around with the process and the pattern to get it to form. Working with some old polystyrene sheet so far just trying things out but generally pleased with the progress so far as shown below.