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Uploaded on May 5, 2010
In my affection for vintage Ferraris, I became a fan of the first ever american to win a formula one championship. Although I prefer the first generation 156 cars before the sheet-metal was removed on the sides of the car, in order to accommodate the wide angle v-6. The suspension was also widened and the upper control arms were exchanged for a multi-link set-up. Also, I think that this is the last tubular framed chassis used in competion(all the other teams were changing to monocoque chassis).
The metal is 10 ga. hot rolled mild steel. I designed the stencil from a graphic illustration I found. Printed- freehand outline duplicate layers-scanned for cut shop pro(lame-ass software)-converted to a double line raster outline-then to a vector single line cutout-then to dfx/cnc plasma cut file with cut speed and kerf width @ 142-10inps-1/16"ck.