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Bugatti T35 1924 scale 1 :18 designer Ed-sept7.
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Here are 10 interesting facts about the 1924 Bugatti Type 35:
Year of birth: The Bugatti Type 35 first saw the light of day in 1924 and was designed by the legendary car designer Ettore Bugatti.
Legendary racer: The T35 was one of the most successful racing cars of all time and has countless victories to its credit.
Iconic styling: The car was known for its distinctive blue bodywork and the famous Bugatti horseshoe-shaped grille.
Powerful engine: Under the hood of the T35 was a 2.0-liter 8-cylinder engine that had impressive performance at the time.
Weight savings: Bugatti used lightweight materials such as magnesium for the wheel hubs and aluminum for the body to minimize the weight of the car.
Innovative brakes: The T35 was one of the first cars to use hydraulic brakes, which was a pioneering technology at the time.
Track dominance: During its heyday in the 1920s, the Bugatti Type 35 won more than 1,000 races, including the 1926 French Grand Prix.
Durability: Despite its sporty nature, the T35 was also remarkably reliable and capable of long-distance racing.
Variations: Bugatti released several variants of the T35, including the T35B, T35C and T35T, each with specific modifications for different racing conditions.
Heritage: The Bugatti Type 35 remains an iconic symbol of the Golden Age of motor racing and is today a highly sought-after classic among collecto
Materials and methods
Printer: Creality Ender2pro
Printtime: about 90 hours
Infill: 30% line
Filament brand: 195
Filament material: PLA
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Excellent. Thank you very much Ed. I'll post a pic when it's done. Enjoy what's left of the weekend ;)
Hi Heff, I had indeed forgotten 2 files. I added the 2 STL files. namely worm gear steering and steering rod on the right. Thank you for passing it on. If I am missing any parts, please send me an email.
Hi, I have printed the model ready to assemble but I seem yo be a piece missing? It's the piece that goes from the steering wheel to the steering rack cog? It is in the drawings but not in the parts list. Or maybe I am assembling it wrong. Any help would be greatly appreciated