The car came like that. It didn't have a mirror originally!!
It was a 1966 og mirror I stuck on. The car was built (customized) somewhere between 1988 and 1989 and stayed the same since then. I have only put in an original steering wheel and swapped out the motor. It has a punched original deck lid with Hot Rod style lourves.
I made a custom exhaust for it. The thing is louder than hell. Solid mount transmission mounts, so yeah it's a tank.
Need to get it up and running..
For the electric bug go find one pre done. They're novelties and usually clean so you'd have a good starting point. Upgrade to disc brakes because theres no engine braking.
Theoretically you shouldn't need a transmission for electric motor because of the torque curve.
One of my dreams would be to get a Saab 3 cylinder 2 stroke motor convert it to steam and run in it a vw. Get the transaxle converted so it only has two gears. Forwards and reverse.
Using a flash boiler and conscender set up would close up the system.
If this worked well I'd go on to acquiring a 2 stroke marine v8 and make a steam powered car to put on the salt flats. I've theorized you could use oxygen tanks like NOS to increase the heat of the flash boiler..
Steam cars are a dream to me..
Looks good man.Hi,
I don't know if this will fit. My current big project is going indie.You can follow the progress on my homepage and twitter.
It's a vertical scrolling platformer, currently I'm working on the storyboard, but it will be released soon!
Maybe the next game will appear on the pandora, since i already got one!
i've never used anything else than gochugaru, so i'm not sure... but here is a thread about it (quote: "Korean chilli is a little different as it has a slight smoky flavour, in addition to being slightly sweet and also quite hot."). tbh we had that jar of gochugaru for like a year, and it's still good and hot, and i add it to a lot of food lately (fried egg, stir fries, anything meaty... didn't try it in chocolate yet but i think it could work).How important is the kochukaru Chili? Can I just use the regular stuff?
Thank you,Looks good man.
How about porting to Pyra? Something like SDL or PyGame should run on both.