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GtoGuy32 Posted - 09 Jan 2018 : 6:35:21 PM
So for some time now, I have considered designing up a miniature scaled Pontiac Engine, that runs.

I wanted to gauge interest before I ever took the time to embark on such a venture.

The engine would be a Pontiac version of something like this:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s1xGVtMMF14

The point of the engine would be something cool for the desk or garage. The ultimate Pontiac fan's toy.

I have some methods for producing parts inexpensively, but the cost would be likely in the ballpark range of $1000.

Who would like something like this and would anyone buy it? The Pontiac community is small and I would be able to get cost down in scale.

Let me know what you guys think.

Thanks
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Blued and Painted Posted - 10 Jan 2018 : 12:31:45 PM
The spiral wrist pin locks must be a pain.
cortcomp Posted - 10 Jan 2018 : 09:55:14 AM
I think something like that would be awesome. My wife would hate me having it, which is a sure sign that i'd want one.

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