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250GTO Chassis Plans / Drawings?

Discussion in 'Recreations & Non-Period Rebodies' started by longyard, Jan 29, 2019.

  1. longyard

    longyard Rookie

    Jan 25, 2013
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    Can anyone provide me with accurate plans to build a 250GTO chassis? I'm willing to pay a reasonable price. Thanks for any help offered: Bill Longyard longyard@ix.netcom.com
     
  2. turbo-joe

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  3. longyard

    longyard Rookie

    Jan 25, 2013
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    I am the author of books about technology history, and transportation. I am currently building a 166mm replica.
     
  4. turbo-joe

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    then it would be great if you write this in your profile that all others also know
     
  5. tritone

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    Then since this is the replica thread, maybe you would be kind enough to post images of your 166mm replica! We would love to see it. (although you will probably take a ration of **** at the same time!) ;)
     
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  6. readplays

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    This sounds like an interesting project. Will it be a 166 engine/12cyl., 2-liter?
    Would love to see any and all pics you would care to publish.
     
  7. miurasv

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    If you don't mind me asking, what engine will you be using for your 250 GTO replica?
     
  8. GBTR6

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    Looks like a TR6 chassis under the 166MM replica.

    Perry
     

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