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The Odyssey Continues...

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January 2001

I finally have some photos of the F27 chassis and some of the other stuff I bought with it. Click on the thumbnails to see larger versions.

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The chassis finally in my garage. Please excuse the mess - I did say I just moved in! The nosecone (Westfield) is resting on the front and you can see the Escort axle standing on end in the back of the garage.

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Front quarter showing some of the triangulation. The F27 is a somewhat different structure to the Locost.

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Front on. Note the double thickness top rails. This would add substantially to the longitudinal strength, but I wonder how it affects torsional?

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The "blue-top" 16v 4A-GE and T50 from the rear. It is dangling from my birthday present - a brand new engine crane.

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Side on. You can see how the tunnel slopes up slightly and tapers in at the rear.

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The 4A-GE sitting on the floor beside some more of the wheels and tyres thrown in with the deal. OK for rolling around on while building, but not much else.

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