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Rhythm - Rolling Art by iNVisionPROTOTYPES
Started on: 10-31-2008 05:37 PM
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I totally see a supervillain driving this thing. I love it. Top 5 favorite Fieros
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Hi everyone!

Here's a little update on R2.

With the integrated cage installed we can work on fitting the roof for the final time. With edges rolled at the door tops, low spots are slowly worked out with a dollie and spoon. This is as close as we can get without the windscreen in place. Next step, mock up the windscreen and gap the perimeter.


Windscreen dropped into place. Checking to ensure that we haven’t lost the ¼” perimeter gap during the transition from the wire frame buck stage to the current stage of panel assembly.


Primary and secondary door seals installed. The secondary lower seal will be part of the door. It’s crucial for these seals to sit correctly in all the right areas, otherwise you’ll get air noise and water entering the cab. Also, this is what makes or breaks that 'factory' look.


Thanks for checking out the build.

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A journey in design and fabrication begins with a vision, a single pen stroke ... and in some cases the blow of a hammer.

Some projects: http://www.facebook.com/iNVisionPrototypes

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Really liking the shape of the R2. I'd love to see it in person sometime, you have an amazing set of fabrication/artistic skills.
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Thanks doublec4! Much appreciated.

Sure, you can drop by... just shoot me a PM or email me - nick@invisionprototypes.com ahead of time.

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She's a roller!

Not exactly sitting on 20's yet, but to free up the frame table R2’s body was transferred onto it’s own body cradle.

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Some projects: http://www.facebook.com/iNVisionPrototypes

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That's looking wicked Nick. Thanks for posting your progress... we need more though!
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Hi everyone!

Here's a little update. Decision was made for an interior redesign.

Sheet metal buck components being created for the new molds. Soon as a few other things I have underway are under control I'll get into making the molds and final parts.


Thanks for looking!

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Some projects: http://www.facebook.com/iNVisionPrototypes

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Very cool, loving it!
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Where can I order one?
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Originally posted by iNVisionPROTOTYPES:

She's a roller!

Not exactly sitting on 20's yet, but to free up the frame table R2’s body was transferred onto it’s own body cradle.





The profile of the car in this pic reminds me of a Lotus Exige S. Maybe stretched a little. Love it! lol Great work!

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Report this Post03-09-2014 01:28 PM Click Here to See the Profile for SageClick Here to Email SageSend a Private Message to SageEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
Fantastic build....great thread.

Please continue with the updates.
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Thanks very much guys!

As the interior is taking shape, the hood and hatch hinge final design details are being addressed.

Can't wait til we get started on the chassis taking it from paper to reality. Still have a ways to go though before she's a true roller.

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A journey in design and fabrication begins with a vision, a single pen stroke ... and in some cases the blow of a hammer.

Some projects: http://www.facebook.com/iNVisionPrototypes

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