t70 uprights

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t70 uprights

Postby matt3dlondon » Sun Aug 02, 2009 12:41 pm

If you have T70 uprights from any version i would love to examine them or have lots of photos! would be willing to trade my services as a web designer/ engineer.. or lunch! :)

I need to determine if they will solve my design issues for building a ferrari 330 continuation.

Matt :)
I am building a continuation of a 330 p4 still designing but am looking for Lola uprights to adapt and make look like the ferrari ones.
I am a Designer and Engineer with excellent web design and animation skills... :)
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Postby Johan » Sun Aug 02, 2009 2:38 pm

You must be a bit more specific. What size wheels are you trying to use ?
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Postby matt3dlondon » Sun Aug 02, 2009 8:11 pm

Still got a few different options but they will be roughly

Front tires 10.15x15
Rear tires 12.15x15

Making the uprights myself will be very costly so the plan is to find something suitable and adapt them.
I am building a continuation of a 330 p4 still designing but am looking for Lola uprights to adapt and make look like the ferrari ones.
I am a Designer and Engineer with excellent web design and animation skills... :)
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Postby 911hillclimber » Tue Aug 04, 2009 9:31 pm

Find a guy called Martin Cowell in Hereford.

I think he trades as Trimtech.

I am sure he can guide you and has an Aladin's Cave of parts that might come close.
He found me my March F2 rear uprights.
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