Ceramic coater was supposed to package and return nine exhaust systems but hasn’t as of yet. He will get packaged what they have finished and shipped in the next two days with delivery to Arizona by UPS Ground delivery. Mail server is off-line — or the mail parser toolset actually is. Huge bandwidth issue (by […]

Veteran’s Day


One down… plus several...

One down… plus several update

On Friday one long-term Ducati project was loaded onto a trailer and off to its home. Now time to finish up another one in the next several weeks and get it delivered as well. (Then I will get back to the Nuvolari Project and a small production run of parts for those ala frames, bodywork […]

Sam — World of Speed


From last week at the Bonneville Salt Flats near Wendover, Utah and the World of Speed event. [foto: Harry Evelyne Becker]

1934 Dirt Track Racer


Customer project to take original blueprints from a 1934 “Dirt Track Racer” (aka Midget / Sprint racecar) and convert them into modern 3D CAD drawings with full bodywork lofting and chassis design.

Chantilly Arts & Elégan...


Best of Show at the Chantilly Arts & Elégance Richard Mille. This Alfa Romeo 8C2900 was one of the fastest sports cars in the world pre-WWII even when clothed with the gorgeous Superleggera coachwork by Touring of Milan. (It was still actively raced post-WW2 in the USA and won the 1948 Watkins Glen gran prix) […]

Tuesday shipments

Tuesday shipments

– S4 Monster Righty Shotguns (listed on eBay) to Kentucky – M796 BoomTubes with staggered polished tips to Thailand – 1198 Exhaust flanges to Alaska Note: there are (7) 696/659 Ducati Monster systems (BoomTubes and Shotguns and others) upcoming to be posted on eBay once back from ceramics. For those wanting an exhaust for this […]

Craftsmanship — this i...


Vintage Ferrari and this was deemed as being “acceptable” by a professional restoration shop. It isn’t. Bondo is not a substitute for doing quality metalshaping and craftsmanship.

BAT (Berlinetta Aerodynamica...


Upcoming this will get CNC milled at 1/10th scale to validate and proof the CAD model itself. Maybe one day this will become a full-size vehicle on the road? Stranger things have happened between artwork becoming reality before…