That's nothin'! My uncle Burt made a full sized Buick out of scrimshaw.
Crash tests shouldnt be a problem!<img src="http://forum.telefonino.net/images/smilies/tongue.gif"><img src="http://tinyurl.com/c7gx5zk" width="1" height="1">
Fearing that the Korean Conflict was going to limit steel supplies for auto production similar to what happened in WWII, Ford explored the use of alternate materials.
That sucker is going to be heavy, once they get the plaster on it.
That was the first thing I thought when I saw the picture, but I figured that no one would get the reference about 'slinging mud'.
Full size clay modeling by hand. None of that giant CNC gantry mill crap for you young man…
The guy on the left staring at the camera looks pissed… BTW why in the hell are they using HAND DRILLS? I know electric drill's existed at this time…
Because they're craftsmen, dammit! Guy on left is the shop supervisor. He's pissed off because the oldtimers refuse to use those new electric drills he just bought for the shop.
There is an electrical wa'hoo's'it on the right hand side behind the fender. Also are they using dowel's, nails or both when putting that wooden wonder together?
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