zazavolley

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  1. In theory, yes. But I can confirm it only with the fisical model built (with all is weight working on the suspension).
  2. Basically is the loyal reproduction of the original one. Sometimes in some Ferrari 312 chassis is present just one arm instead of two.
  3. Thanks! I want to build it...but I need time and patience...something that I don't have now. =(
  4. Hi guys! This is my last creation. A scale model (1:7) of my all time favorite Ferrari formula 1 car: the 312 B2 drived by the talentuos Jacky Ickx in the early '70. This exact model is the replica of the one which Ickx triumphed at the '72 German Gran Prix at Nurburgring. The model has a four independent suspensions, front steering system, fake flat 12 engine, differential and rear anti-roll bar- The model has also some detail like exaust pipes, radiators, complete cockpit etc. Like the others it's just a digital creation, but soon i'll post the part list and pdf instructions on rebrickable. I hope you guys like this one. Any tips and critics are welcome =) P.s. I'm not "happy" with the solution I adopted for the mirrors...if some of you want to help me...;) "The early 1970s saw the return of success to the Scuderia; the unlucky Chris Amon left, while Jacky Ickx returned and was joined by Clay Regazzoni. Under the direction of Mauro Forghieri, Ferrari developed a new Flat-12 engine, colloquially referred to as a "boxer" (although not a real boxer engine), giving a lower center of gravity and a clear airflow beneath the rear wing. [...] In 1972 Ferrari fielded a revised B2 with a more conventional rear suspension, but could not keep up with the progress of the competition, dropping to fourth at the end of the year. Ickx won the 1972 German Grand Prix at his favorite track, the Nürburgring, but this was to be his last GP win. The sports cars season was a success for Ferrari though, with the Ferrari 312PB based on the F1 car.". Wikipedia
  5. Thank you for the tip! The original one is pretty "simple" also...I will put some decals in the fisical model obviously.
  6. Thank you! =)
  7. Hi guys! Another digital scale model! Alfa Romeo 33/3 from the early '70. This model is totally RC, with an XL motor for the traction, a servo for the steer, battery pack and IR receiver; fake V8 engine, indipendent suspension. The scale is +/- 1:8. If some of you want to build it, here it is the link with the LDD file: https://rebrickable.com/mocs/MOC-6980/zazavolley/alfa-romeo-33-3/ "The Alfa Romeo 33/3 made its debut in 1969 at the 12 Hours of Sebring. The engine was enlarged to 2998 cc (183ci) with 400 hp (298 kW), which put the 33/3 in the same class as the Porsche 908 and the Ferrari 312P. The chassis was now a monocoque. The new car did poorly at Sebring and Alfa did not take part in Le Mans after Lucien Bianchi's death in a practice session. The car took a couple of wins in smaller competitions but overall the 1969 season was not a successful one, and Alfa Romeo was placed seventh in the 1969 International Championship for Makes. In 1971 the Alfa Romeo racing effort was finally successful. Rolf Stommelen and Nanni Galli won their class at the 1000km Buenos Aires (followed by De Adamich and Pescarolo), before taking another class win (and second overall) at Sebring. De Adamich and Pescarolo later won outright at the 1000km Brands Hatch, a significant result against the "invincible" 917s. They then took a class win at Monza (where Alfa Romeo took the three podium slots in the prototype class) and another one at Spa. At the Targa Florio, Vaccarella and Hezemans won outright, followed by teammates De Adamich and Gijs Van Lennep. Hezemans and Vaccarella won their class at Zeltweg, and De Adamich and Ronnie Peterson won overall at Watkins Glen. Alfa Romeo finished the season second place in the championship. In 1972 the 5 litre Group 5 Sports Cars were banned and the 3 litre cars of Alfa Romeo, Ferrari and Matra, redesignated as Group 5 Sports Cars, competed together for outright victories." Wikipedia
  8. Thank you! The scale is +/- correct, come elements are not (like front light)...I think it's enough an xl to move the model, but i'm not sure about its speed. For the moment it's just a digital project, this is why i'm giving for free the instructions. All kind of suggestion and critics are welcome =) P.s. the model weight is 1.6 kg. 23x47x15
  9. Thanks! =)
  10. Hi people! Here it is, my first model posted on eurobricks. The Alfa Romeo 33 TT12 in both configuration with short tail (used mostly for Targa Florio competition) an long tail (Le Mans 24h), during the '70. "The 33 TT 12 (Telaio Tubolare, tubular chassis) appeared in 1973 with the Carlo Chiti-designed 12 cylinder 3.0L flat engine (500 bhp). The 1973 season was more or less development time and in 1974 the car won at Monza 1000 km and finished the season with second place in the championship. It wasn’t until 1975 that, after years of trying, Alfa Romeo won the 1975 World Championship for Makes. The season was one of almost total domination with seven wins in eight races. Winning drivers were: Arturo Merzario, Vittorio Brambilla, Jacques Laffite, Henri Pescarolo, Derek Bell and Jochen Mass." The model it's RC with working indipendent suspension, fake flat 12 cylinder engine and steering system. At the moment it's just an LDD project. You can find instruction and parts list at: https://rebrickable.com/mocs/MOC-6962/zazavolley/alfa-romeo-tipo-33tt12-short-tail-rc-model/ https://rebrickable.com/mocs/MOC-6961/zazavolley/alfa-romeo-tipo-33tt12-long-tail-rc-model/
  11. Hi people! I'm Marco, italian AFOL. I have a little nice collection of Lego from my young year, most from '80 and '90! I like the old good lego system and to make scale replica of italian cars from the old days of "heroic" racing. Soon I'll post some of my work here, just digital renders, not enough time and $ at this time. If you want to take a look alredy, find me at rebrickable.com; same nickname same passion. =)