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29-design
#1 Posted : 20 May 2021 06:56:50

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Hi all!

I have been invited by Mark to show what I am doing so let me quickly explain what this is all about.

I am not a company (although that may change in the future), I am not into mass production and I do not really carry any stock nor do I sell on eBay. I started a while back with building smaller models, dioramas and displays. Some kind people liked that and so it went on. I work to order (mostly) and design, construct and build all parts, decals etc. myself. For a little while now I focus on big scale models only as most of those are big but not very accurately made. So I am trying to offer the enthusiast modeller upgrade parts (or a fully build model to your specs) which mimic the original as close as possible. Well, it all depends on original pics and info that I can gather after all. So do not hesitate to correct me on details.

If all this sounds interesting to you I kindly invite you to have a look here – www.29-design.de

One more thing – as I am not a company I do not display prices on my website and so far I have a price list for the Ford GT only. This is simply because so far there was no need for other ones BigGrin . If you would like to know more, just contact me here or drop me a line – info@29-design.de

Well, enough said – let’s enjoy modelling again Cool

Volker
29-design
#2 Posted : 22 May 2021 11:09:27

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Some new examples.... Cool











mr_frog
#3 Posted : 27 May 2021 13:02:40

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well worth a look, folks.
Lot's of stuff that's really-really tempting.
I have already succumbed to temptation and will let you know how I get on
29-design
#4 Posted : 01 June 2021 07:23:35

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First prototype of the new radiator and oil cooler. The one from Altaya.... well, no comment Crying



bfam4t6
#5 Posted : 05 June 2021 21:36:04

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Thanks for sharing. These look like some dramatic improvements. I plan to order most of what you’re offering.
“Details make perfection, and perfection is not a detail.”
-Leonardo Da Vinci

Currently Building:
-Porsche 2.7 RS
-Jaguar E-Type


Currently Collecting
-Ferrari F40
-Ferrari 250 GTO
-Lamborghini Miura
-Ford GT40
-Ecto-1
-Japanese Zero

GlynD
#6 Posted : 08 June 2021 17:16:58

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I was hoping someone would address the problem with the level of detail on some of this part work I’m struggling with modifying the awful fuel pumps and fitting a correct roll bar.The million dollar question is as always how much am I willing to spend on top of the not inconsiderable price of the build RollEyes RollEyes
mr_frog
#7 Posted : 09 June 2021 16:55:53

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But then, that's half the fun.
Coming up with ideas and solutions to the 'lack of detail' that most/all part-builds deliver.
We're an ingenious lot, us modellers and we're pretty good at 'sharing' if we discover something.
GlynD
#8 Posted : 11 June 2021 14:37:46

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I agree entirely ,I really should post more of my build but with the better weather I seem to be spending more time in the garden and cleaning cars BigGrin
29-design
#9 Posted : 13 June 2021 07:27:34

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The new radiator with oil cooler is done. And whilst at it I also made a new front lamp as the original one is.... ah well. I constructed the lamp in such way that it, should you wish to do so, can be illuminated with a micro LED. The chassis tags are also done - but I haven't found info so far where those smaller ones where exactly positioned. If any of you friendly people know - please let me know.

















bfam4t6
#10 Posted : 14 June 2021 00:30:13

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Very nice! Unfortunately I’m no help with the nameplate.

Are you planning to tackle any of the suspension/steering?
“Details make perfection, and perfection is not a detail.”
-Leonardo Da Vinci

Currently Building:
-Porsche 2.7 RS
-Jaguar E-Type


Currently Collecting
-Ferrari F40
-Ferrari 250 GTO
-Lamborghini Miura
-Ford GT40
-Ecto-1
-Japanese Zero

29-design
#11 Posted : 14 June 2021 05:19:57

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Suspension is on the to-do list... Cool
bfam4t6
#12 Posted : 14 June 2021 21:06:31

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That’s exciting BigGrin
“Details make perfection, and perfection is not a detail.”
-Leonardo Da Vinci

Currently Building:
-Porsche 2.7 RS
-Jaguar E-Type


Currently Collecting
-Ferrari F40
-Ferrari 250 GTO
-Lamborghini Miura
-Ford GT40
-Ecto-1
-Japanese Zero

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