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1924 Bugatti T35

Kit / Model  

Bugatti T35

Manufacturer  

Bugetti art

Item Code  

N/A

Scale  

1/8

Description  

This is a 1:8 model of the Bugetti T35 as raced in 1924. The kit is almost entirely metal with wood, leather (for the seats)..wire , hosing etc. `i was commissioned to make three for collectors and each one takes approximately six hundred hours.

Apart from the upholstery, no glue is used in the construction of these models, everything is built using nuts, bolts and screws... and a good deal of soldering. plenty of opportunity to use your 'scratch building ' skills

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Cars

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brass body, lots of soldering and burnt fingers
.. 50p piece gives it scale
the engine, a little jem with the radiator
no glue used.. just bolts and screws...
.. the steering wheel is wood.. has to be shaped in a lathe..
nearly finished......
the dashboard
the brakes, cable operated... actualy work!
some time later....
its a cool looking model...

Comments for this showroom

by: Martin Ulreich (mulreich) on 2012-10-15 - 05:31

This is so beautiful - a fine piece of art.

by: Josť Antonio Solbes (jasolbes@cablevision.net.mx) on 2008-10-07 - 12:23

The work is excellent, to say the least. I have done a lot of soldering and I know how difficult it is sometimes to do a "clean" job like this.

Congratulations.
Josť Antonio

by: Mario Covalski (marioc) on 2008-10-04 - 13:24

No words, I know the kit and the work you did is amazing.