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    I really like these, and tend to collect them whenever i find a new one.

    Anybody else got any?





















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    I always remember seeing the GTR at the UK Motor show the other year cut in half...



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    Also a fan but not a collector (although I will be nicking yours posted above ;) )
    The only one I have...


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    Ian - Shame you had to ruin all of those nice pictures with that clutter.
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    Originally posted by Rory@Apr 17 2010, 10:02 PM
    (although I will be nicking yours posted above ;) )
    Same :D

    Not quite the same Dan ;) :whistle:
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    Originally posted by pye21@Apr 17 2010, 10:08 PM
    Same :D

    Not quite the same Dan ;) :whistle:
    I know it's not quite the same but it was still impressive.

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    Originally posted by autohabit@Apr 17 2010, 10:49 PM
    Ian, loads of cutaway drawings here:

    http://www.forocompeticion.com/galeria/sho...lery.php/cat/65
    Great link that :thumb:
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    awesome :D
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    From the 190E 2.3-16 Press Pack:

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    Love these cutaway drawings. David Kimble did a lot of these, they released a book with his artwork, I looked for one but with only 1000k copies printed they are like rocking horse sh!t to find.
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    I like these a lot
    I'm arresting you for murdering my car you dyke digging tosspot

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    Always loved these. I spent many, many hours drawing them as a kid.

    Did anyone else collect 'Supercars Encyclopedia'? It was a monthly magazine, must have been started in the early - mid '80s. Each month featured a different car in great detail and always had a cutaway drawing.

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    Every so often you got a binder to store them in to build up the collection.

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    It was great and partly fueled my insatiable appetite for consuming car knowledge as a kid. It was one of thse series though where it started off being a sensible amount of issues, but they started to spin it out the wring as much money from it as possible. I think my Mum stopped buying it for me after about 18months as it's only got halfway through 'B'. So I know loads about Astons, Alvis, BMW, Bugatti, etc, but f'all about anything from C onwards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by autohabit View Post
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    Hey, guess what? There's a tumblr for this!*

    Fuck yeah!



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    We have nearly as many here as he has in that Tumblr.

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    Some variations on cars already shown






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    I love these also - I will "steal" quite a few of these :-)
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    Last edited by N/B; 21-04-2015 at 10:39 PM.
    Quote Originally Posted by Uncle Benz
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    Similar to the Merc and Porsche (and GT-R earlier in the thread), but this one can actually be driven around like this:

    "Fortunately, I'd taken a spare Gearbox, Turbo, Actuator, Banjo Connector, Steering Rack, Driveshafts, ECU, Wideband sensor, 57-51mm silicone reducing elbow and a Copper Banjo Washer." - Nige

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    "Fortunately, I'd taken a spare Gearbox, Turbo, Actuator, Banjo Connector, Steering Rack, Driveshafts, ECU, Wideband sensor, 57-51mm silicone reducing elbow and a Copper Banjo Washer." - Nige

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    "Fortunately, I'd taken a spare Gearbox, Turbo, Actuator, Banjo Connector, Steering Rack, Driveshafts, ECU, Wideband sensor, 57-51mm silicone reducing elbow and a Copper Banjo Washer." - Nige

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    "Fortunately, I'd taken a spare Gearbox, Turbo, Actuator, Banjo Connector, Steering Rack, Driveshafts, ECU, Wideband sensor, 57-51mm silicone reducing elbow and a Copper Banjo Washer." - Nige

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