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Old 02-07-2015, 06:47 PM   #1
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Miniature running Ford 300 inline six

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It's been ages since I posted on this forum. I used to post a lot in the art area.
Since I posted my 302 many years ago I have added to my collection of scratch built engines. On of my most recent builds is a Ford 300 six. I gathered as much information as I could from the net along with photos and started making drawings. I have about 250 hours in the drawings and close to 1100 hours of machine time.
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Here is a link to a video of it running.
http://youtu.be/tdrEHY3uqqs?list=UUP...KOlaQwjAmYW9Xw
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Old 02-23-2015, 07:05 PM   #2
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Re: Miniature running Ford 300 inline six

I guess it wasn't interesting enough to garner even one comment.
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Re: Miniature running Ford 300 inline six

Don't come here often, first time I've seen this.

Amazing work, looks awesome. Sounds great too!!
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Re: Miniature running Ford 300 inline six

That is seriously cool.

Someday I would love to build an engine like that.
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Re: Miniature running Ford 300 inline six

WoW, that looks amazing! I would put that engine in the middle of my living room.
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Re: Miniature running Ford 300 inline six

That is fantastic, yes it's disappointing there aren't more posts but I wouldn't say that those that have watched the video have not been impressed. That's a great achievement for one person to research and build
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Re: Miniature running Ford 300 inline six

Hi,
That really is a great piece of work ,it runs beautifully!
I guess you did not receive a lot of positive comments because there are not many vieuwers on this part of the forum,but for my part it is absolutely great !

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