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    1. Kit: , by (VIP/Sponsor) VintageModMan is offline
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      Started: 08-14-13 Build Revisions: Never  
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      Hi my first thread to post my new project " Munsters Dragula Car" I will be doing The Coach after I get a good start on the Dragula.

      This Rod was by far my most favoured of all Rods back then next to the Coach and The Boot Hill Express (BTW when done with both Munster cars I will be doing The BootHill then.
      I'm also as needed doing The 289 Ford Cobra Engine for both builds so I hope to get molds done of all engine parts and as well maybe rear tires too.

      I will start with plans which is chassis based on 25th scale model I have built.

      I will try to post weekly as I dont have internet where I live so I use the Public Library.
      Thanks For looking Gary K
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  1. ScaleMotorcars's Avatar Administrator
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    Gary, after seeing your post I decided to reopen the Digital Workbench forum. Please feel free to post your progress as you learn 3D printing. Thats something I would love to learn myself.
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    Glad to see the digital workbench back up..........now that "budget" home printers are becoming more affordable and easier to use it's rapidly becoming one of those must have options for large scale modelers.
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  3. VintageModMan's Avatar VIP/Sponsor
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    I hope it's okay to show the step by step process of what programs it takes to make a 3-D print. I can post tutorials from you tube that have helped my understanding of some of these programs. Thanks Dan for adding the digital work bench again. I'm wondering too if you could also post CAD drawings of things/parts to be Machined CNC?

    Don very true as we get further along into these Kit printers or even the already higher end desk top 3-D printers there seens to be no boundaries for making parts right at home or order them from a modeling buddy who does the prints.

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    Thought you'd enjoy seeing these shots. The real deal is up for sale through Mecum Auctions and the build history is fascinating. Seems they used a real coffin for the body and it had to be sourced illegally! Read and enjoy. https://silodrome.com/drag-u-la-munsters/
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