Close

Avions Voisin Record 1927 1/8
Goal amount for this year: 518 USD, Received: 415.00 USD (80%)
Scalemotorcars is a free and open community devoted to scale modeling. The heart and soul of Scalemotorcars is our global community of over 10,000+ contributors, millions of readers, and donors like yourself – all united to share unlimited access to reliable information. Your donations keep Scalemotorcars freely available to everyone.

This years bandwidth costs, hosting service, domain registration, software licensing fees, and maintenance cost have a balance of $518 due by the end of August, (extended to the end of Septembers). Please help us keep Scalemotorcars growing by making a donation today.
Thank you.


Avions Voisin Record 1927 1/8 Avions Voisin Record 1927 1/8 Avions Voisin Record 1927 1/8 Avions Voisin Record 1927 1/8 Avions Voisin Record 1927 1/8
Accepted Payment Types

Page 3 of 11 FirstFirst 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 ... LastLast
Results 31 to 45 of 165
    1. Kit: , by (VIP/Sponsor) PROPELLER is offline
      Builder Last Online: Sep 2019 Show Printable Version Email this Page
      Model Scale: 1/8 Rating:  (1 votes - 5.00 average) Thanks: 5
      Started: 03-10-18 Build Revisions: Never  
      Supported Attribution Scratch Built

      I'm waiting to a clear sheet for completed the Bugatti...
      It's time for a new challenge!
      It will be of course another french car, the "Avions Voisin Record 1927".






      Unfortunately, the real car has been destroyed. My basis will be a re-builded one,
      with many genuine parts except the engine, the 8 cylinders has been replaced by a six cylinders.
      Take a look at:
      http://www.automobiles-voisin.fr/e_record_1927.html


      So, it will be a replica of... a replica!


      This time 100% scratch built!
      First steps, after lot of drawings:



















      And yes! No paint, no pain…


      Dan.


      Avions Voisin Record 1927 1/8
      Show Complete First Post

      Show Your Support

      • This build may not be copied, reproduced or published elsewhere without author's permission.
        Please note: The first post will be displayed at the top of every page.
    JOIN THE SMC ALLIANCE NOW

  1. PROPELLER's Avatar VIP/Sponsor
    Name
    Dan
    Join Date
    Jan 2010
    Posts
    560
    Thanks gentlemen!
    I'm going to give you my trick for the axle, but be careful it's just between us...



    But I don't know the metal, not steel at all!
    Dan.


    Avions Voisin Record 1927 1/8
    QUOTE QUOTE #32

  2. MODEL A MODEL's Avatar Yearly Subscriber
    Name
    don
    Join Date
    Feb 2017
    Posts
    1,040
    I would never have guessed!

    Works!
    -craftsmanship is a lifelong project of
    self-construction and self determination
    QUOTE QUOTE #33

  3. DominiqueBeerts's Avatar Avid Belgian
    Name
    Dominique
    Join Date
    Feb 2012
    Posts
    247
    Very clever. You are a man full of surprises
    Best regards,
    Dominique.


    Feel free to browse through my photo albums
    QUOTE QUOTE #34

  4. Egon's Avatar Moderator
    Name
    egon
    Join Date
    Sep 2009
    Posts
    1,244
    That's the idea, look anywhere for things to you can use in your build, ANYWHERE, great spoted Dan.
    QUOTE QUOTE #35

  5. MODEL A MODEL's Avatar Yearly Subscriber
    Name
    don
    Join Date
    Feb 2017
    Posts
    1,040
    Hello Dan,

    I was so distracted by your axle, that I forgot to ask, "How big are these tyres?" -in a few of your pictures I see a fixture block, or what we call a ONE-TWO-THREE block, (One inch by Two by Three), and I do not know what the metric equivalent is? 25mm x 50mm x 75mm? So? I'm guessing that the diameter of your tyres is around 225mm or almost 9 inches?

    If they are that big? could you stand one next to your Bugatti for a reference?

    Thank you for sharing! (Your solution for the front axles was inspired!)

    -Don
    -craftsmanship is a lifelong project of
    self-construction and self determination
    QUOTE QUOTE #36

  6. PROPELLER's Avatar VIP/Sponsor
    Name
    Dan
    Join Date
    Jan 2010
    Posts
    560
    Hi Don and thanks for your kind words.

    About the tyres. It's a BUGATTI tyre shown! About 100mm diameter.
    But the rim is bigger than a Bug one, about 75mm diameter... It's the trap!

    Dan.


    Avions Voisin Record 1927 1/8
    QUOTE QUOTE #37

  7. PROPELLER's Avatar VIP/Sponsor
    Name
    Dan
    Join Date
    Jan 2010
    Posts
    560
    Front axle, more...

























    Dan.


    Avions Voisin Record 1927 1/8
    QUOTE QUOTE #38

  8. markus68's Avatar VIP/Sponsor
    Name
    Markus
    Join Date
    Nov 2011
    Posts
    349
    Markus
    QUOTE QUOTE #39

  9. PROPELLER's Avatar VIP/Sponsor
    Name
    Dan
    Join Date
    Jan 2010
    Posts
    560
    Thanks Marcus!

    It's logical, after front axle, rear one...






    With a new technique... Wood! Why not?
    No more brass in my workshop! Let's go:










    Of course, some brass is sometimes required...




    Aluminum too:







    And an old tool, used for the Talbot...




    Dan.


    Avions Voisin Record 1927 1/8
    QUOTE QUOTE #40

  10. MODEL A MODEL's Avatar Yearly Subscriber
    Name
    don
    Join Date
    Feb 2017
    Posts
    1,040
    Hello Dan!

    Looking very nice! You are making progress!
    So you will only work in wood, brass, aluminum, steel, mystery metal, and plastic, but nothing else?

    Your brake cover looks very nice, was the stock of metal a soda can or did you have a sheet handy? I am wondering what the thickness is? Nice crisp definition.

    Thank you for sharing! -Don
    -craftsmanship is a lifelong project of
    self-construction and self determination
    QUOTE QUOTE #41

  11. PROPELLER's Avatar VIP/Sponsor
    Name
    Dan
    Join Date
    Jan 2010
    Posts
    560
    Thanks Don!

    It's really a multi media WIP Avions Voisin Record 1927 1/8 ... But wood is the first time .
    Aluminum sheet (0.3mm, annealed) was bought.

    Dan.


    Avions Voisin Record 1927 1/8
    QUOTE QUOTE #42

  12. DominiqueBeerts's Avatar Avid Belgian
    Name
    Dominique
    Join Date
    Feb 2012
    Posts
    247
    Quote Originally Posted by MODEL A MODEL View Post
    So you will only work in wood, brass, aluminum, steel, mystery metal, and plastic, but nothing else?
    Disappointed, Don?

    Nice work, Dan. It is always very informative to follow your topics.
    Best regards,
    Dominique.


    Feel free to browse through my photo albums
    QUOTE QUOTE #43

  13. PROPELLER's Avatar VIP/Sponsor
    Name
    Dan
    Join Date
    Jan 2010
    Posts
    560
    Thanks Dominique for your kind words!"End justifies the means" works too perhaps? Painted pieces can be done in every material...Dan.


    Avions Voisin Record 1927 1/8
    QUOTE QUOTE #44

  14. MODEL A MODEL's Avatar Yearly Subscriber
    Name
    don
    Join Date
    Feb 2017
    Posts
    1,040
    Hello Dan,

    Your posts are always full of useful techniques and I have set my own Voisin aside for now, but the same brake back plates will need to be made, and I was considering several ways to accomplish that. -I have even considered making the tire, wheel disc, and back plate as one piece with grooves incised to indicate the edges of each.

    A craftsman never has to justify anything, the work, the results speak for themselves. -and post after post you show yourself to be a craftsman as well as a gentleman.

    Again, thank you! for all that you show and share!

    -Don
    -craftsmanship is a lifelong project of
    self-construction and self determination
    QUOTE QUOTE #45

  15. DominiqueBeerts's Avatar Avid Belgian
    Name
    Dominique
    Join Date
    Feb 2012
    Posts
    247
    Quote Originally Posted by MODEL A MODEL View Post
    Hello Dan,

    A craftsman never has to justify anything, the work, the results speak for themselves. -and post after post you show yourself to be a craftsman as well as a gentleman.
    ...
    -Don
    Exactly!

    Now, regarding this backplate: am I correct that you use the machined part as a template and that the annealed aluminium is just pressed upon the shape of the part? Or is it something else?
    Best regards,
    Dominique.


    Feel free to browse through my photo albums
    QUOTE QUOTE #46

Tags for this Thread

Bookmarks

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •  

Quick Scale Calculator

 
Scale Calculator   Scale Factor   Real Size:     + Deluxe Scale Calculator
  1: th   Which equals Convert measurement: Reset or clear:  
  Any Scale   Scale Size:     + Deluxe Metric Calculator
 
Top