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Old 02-15-2010, 06:04 PM
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Default Full-Sized Pattern- "MegaWilly Jeep"

Image Warning-These are huge, because they print ACTUAL-SIZED (at 300dpi).
Print these all out, and splice them at the red lines to make a full-sized pattern for making a custom jeep body like my Megawilly has:

Assembled from .063" ABS sheet (www.interstateplastics.com), it weighs less than one third as much as a Tamiya Wild Willy2 body, which it emulates.

However, the hood's been made one inch longer, and now it is a 'high-hood' layout, with the bigger dashboard and more room up front for electronics (or a Parma Hemi?).
Included in these patterns are the parts for the bumpers as well.



The two body sides, the hood trim panels, the back half of the rear deck.

Moving down,the rest of the interior (triple-lines here denote bend locations), its lower area here is the lower half of the firewall.

Under that, the upper part of the front fender mono part:
There are two ways of doing the front fenders. Separate, like my built prototype, or as a single formed chunk that has them all in one part.
I'll render this later to make it more clear, because it really simplifies things. To the right,the hood main, and under that, the part at lower rt is the transmission cover.


The nose and below that, the dash cowl. Under that, the upper firewall. At right are the trim parts for the top of the dash, and at bottom right are the front fenders as separate items.


"f" and "g" are bending forms for the interior and one-piece front fenders. at right are the inner front fenderwells.
The bottom of this page shows a top and side view of the assembled body, full-sized.


This page shows a top and side view of the assembled body, full-sized.


The front and rear bumper parts, and the body mounts, and then the rear inner fender panels.

see one assembled here:
http://www.scale4x4rc.org/forums/sho...897#post612897
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Old 02-15-2010, 06:35 PM
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oh killbucket, your willy is sooooooo big!!!
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I have no use for them, but I have to say offering a free pattern for this stuff is very cool.
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