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    1. Kit: any, by (Active Member) Denis.M is offline
      Builder Last Online: Nov 2022 Show Printable Version Email this Page
      Model Scale: 1/6 Rating:  (1 votes - 5.00 average) Thanks: 3
      Started: 09-09-18 Build Revisions: Never  
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      Hi,

      i begun this car since 2011 : 2CV CITROEN AZ 1956
      2CV CITROEN AZ 1956 build from scratch, Scale 1/6-schema-jpg2CV CITROEN AZ 1956 build from scratch, Scale 1/6-2cv-drawing-1-jpg
      This drawing coming from : http://www.citroenet.org.uk/passenge...2cv-index.html

      It's a special RC car because I want a true reduce car whith a true reduce motor and the remote control must be completly hiden

      Why 1/6 scale ? I saw for 1/8 but it's very small for make a nitro fuel motor and a quarter scale I don't like because it's to big

      Next time I will show you motor progress

      Denis


      2CV CITROEN AZ 1956 build from scratch, Scale 1/6
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  1. jampertim's Avatar Active Member
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    thank!
    Your work inspires for feats!
    very interesting project!
    I will definitely follow your other projects!
    And if I go to France, I will definitely come to you!
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  2. Denis.M's Avatar Active Member
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    Thanks everybody

    I am like Roger, it's not easy to begin a new project when I know it will be a ten years project !

    Jampertim is you coming France, be careful with yellow vest in this time

    Some pictures for see mecanical parts

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    2CV CITROEN AZ 1956 build from scratch, Scale 1/6-3333-jpg
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    You can adjust headlight height by inside knob

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    2CV CITROEN AZ 1956 build from scratch, Scale 1/6
    Last edited by Denis.M; 03-22-19 at 08:40 AM.
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  3. jampertim's Avatar Active Member
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    My dream....
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  4. Denis.M's Avatar Active Member
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    I saw Jampertim found my last video before I could write



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    I know this thread was more or less finished a while ago but when I saw this prototype of the 2CV from 1939 I thought I'd add it in. It really looks like it was cobbled together in a back yard shed. It's a very humble start for an already very humble car!

    2CV CITROEN AZ 1956 build from scratch, Scale 1/6-citroen_2cv_prototype_6-jpg

    https://oldconceptcars.com/1930-2004...rototype-1939/
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  6. Denis.M's Avatar Active Member
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    Hello

    This car was be simple and very cheap

    This is the last progres :








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  7. Denis.M's Avatar Active Member
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    Moteurs et réducteurs terminés



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    It's interesting that a car built to metric dimensions is two feet long. Great model.
    Scorpio - Builds models the way the prototype should have been built.
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    Buck!
    -craftsmanship is a lifelong project of
    self-construction and self determination
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nortley View Post
    It's interesting that a car built to metric dimensions is two feet long. Great model.

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    Buck!

    Excellent

    Ce modèle est plus grand car il y a un vrai moteur thermique à l'intérieur, mais l'échelle n'est que de 1/6 et non 1/4 plus facile de faire un moteur thermique

    Aussi j'ai fait un vérin fonctionnel

    2CV CITROEN AZ 1956 build from scratch, Scale 1/6-img_20220313_162518-jpg

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    Last edited by Denis.M; 11-15-22 at 08:39 AM.
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