Aluminium ’71 Cuda Scale Model

The last scale model I featured was the insanely detailed scratch-built XE Falcon, but we’re going to go one step further this time. This scale model, instead of using plastic and resin, is actually built using aluminium and brass using the a mill. In the words of Bart Simpson; “fellow students, prepare to be dazzled!”

Thanks to Tim for submitting. Click here for more scale model builds.



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7 Responses to “Aluminium ’71 Cuda Scale Model”

  1. Stan B says:

    It wouldn’t have been more work to have gone 1:1 scale… awesome

  2. […] * Bill Davis of Richmond, Missouri, is in the process of scratchbuilding an entire 1/24-scale 1971 ‘Cuda out of aluminum. He’s started with the engine and chassis and apparently plans to build the body from aluminum as well. (via) […]

  3. […] the last scale build I featured, I mentioned how it stepped things up from the one featured previous to that. We went […]

  4. jessie says:

    please guys i need your help to build a v8 supercharged engine for my chevelle ss 454 70,,i don’t know from where i can start or how to do it so please help

  5. Ralph Nelson 3 says:

    To whom it may concern I’m trying to find someone to build me an aluminum motor for my ford truck 1971 ford ranger but i want to put a big block chevy motor in it any help would be greatly appriciated

  6. Joakim Söderström says:

    I take My hat off and bow down, tjata incredeble

  7. Triston says:

    How did you build the turbos and tubes that go along with them

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