Posts in category Art & Design

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Harry Potter glasses

OK — they really are not oversize Harry Potter glasses!!! (but several comments have been made when people see them) Leftover Brembo wheel lips with a bit more milling machine operations performed upon them. These will be turned into decorate items for a lucky Ducatista’s office or home in the upcoming future. Items will be […]

Mercury Cougar design concep...

Too bad Mercury (Ford) didn’t build the Cougar (on a Cobra 289 chassis) to compete with the Corvette in the early 1960’s… but who knows what the future might hold? =)

1934 Dirt Track Racer

Customer project to take original blueprints from a 1934 “Dirt Track Racer” (aka Midget / Sprint racecar) and convert them into modern 3D CAD drawings with full bodywork lofting and chassis design.

BAT (Berlinetta Aerodynamica...

Upcoming this will get CNC milled at 1/10th scale to validate and proof the CAD model itself. Maybe one day this will become a full-size vehicle on the road? Stranger things have happened between artwork becoming reality before…

MotoMan and MotoBella

MotoMan and MotoBella

Serialized Ducati artwork for the true Ducati enthusiast upcoming with the MotoMan and MotoBella series. Yes — I’m not forgetting the female tifosi out there who have a passion for Ducati’s as well! More upcoming in the next few weeks and the first one will integrate a bit of Desmosedici bitsa into it as a […]

Concept project

Ongoing project concept (more on this upcoming as it occurs and gets finished in CAD and quarter scale mockup happens to proof the design).   Back to assembling and building exhausts for the next few weeks though and getting more fuel caps machined and finished and two other Ducati project finalized and delivered.  

Alfa Romeo B.A.T. 7

Just a bit of “cleanup” of the 1954 Alfa Romeo B.A.T. (Berlinetta Aerodinamica Tecnica) of Franco Scaglione

Alfa Romeo 8C2900B — 1...

Alfa Romeo never built an 8C2900 in this form.  Usually they were either a berlinetta (coupe) or in a spyder (convertible) configuration built upon the 8C’s series of frame design with the famous dual supercharged inline eight cylinder engine.  It might not be 1935… but who knows what the future might bring forth?