Discussion in 'Project Of The Month' started by rake60, Dec 31, 2011.
Truely outstanding a well deserved winner.
Happy new year
An absolutely gorgeous piece of Artistic Engineering
Hearty congratulations Keith,you are a worthy winner and an inspiration. Truly a work of art.
Wow! That came right out of the blue. I assumed projects have to be completed before getting Project of the Month.
I opened up this morning and thought "who on earth's that, looks just like mine!"
Your comments are very kind, and very encouraging, and I hope I can keep at it long enough to get it running.
I reckon another 12 months yet, but who knows?
Been nearly 11 months so far.
Thanks all again.
A very deserving project. I'm so envious of the talent to make this engine.
Well done. :bow: :bow: :bow: :bow:
Wow!!! That is magnificent. Beautiful work
Super job ... can't wait to see it running. Thm:
Happy New Year
Very well Done Keith! Extremely nice project!
Great looking work. I'd like to know if it is functional since I am new and do not know how to access details on it.
If it is functional, how the spark pluigs are done?, carburetion or fuel injection?
If you go to the very first post in this thread and click on the photo it will take you to the construction thread for this engine.
This will also take you to the same place.
Gail in NM
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I'm totaly out of air. man this is a peace of art
simply unbealevable work
Congratulations. What more can I say. :bow: :bow:
It is a good thing we can communicate with a key board, cause when I open my mouth to speak only unintelligible sounds come out
Fantastic work Keith, if I ever get to be half as good as you I will be very pleased with myself ;D
Can somebody help me?i am going to build a riva aquarama 1/4 but i need a v8 does somebody sell v8?i know that conley v8 sell's but i wan't to know if somebody els also v8 sell's.
I don't think that would work in 1/4, unless you were planning to make it an R/C model. If I were you i'd look at some of these:
Every day I visit this site I find another awesome project... and another... and another...
Are you gonna build a Corvette to put this in so GI Joe can go pick up Barbie for a night on the town?
Seriously. Great job.
Kieth- I am late to the party but nevertheless floored by your craftsmanship with gool-old crank machine tools! This is one I hang pix of in my shop for inspriation. Again- well done.
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