This is the Fiat 126 Vettura Urbana concept (or ‘city car’ concept, if you translate the Italian… everything sounds better in Italian), revealed in 1976 and designed for Fiat by venerable designer Giovanni Michelotti, who penned lots of nice stuff you haven’t really heard of. His 1961 Alpine A110 was alright, mind. This particular vision of the future was based on the teeny 126 city car, and although small, it wasn’t a toy.
The body STL including the engine can now be downloaded at the following pages. There is also a version with separate STL files for each piece, sliding doors, operational engine parts. The engine parts, pulleys, pistons etc, can be driven by a small electric motor hidden in the transmission which is also connected to the rear wheels. So this model can drive with electric power. With additional work, can be made to run with remote control. A challenging and very nice project to build.
This product and project is aimed to be used in vehicles for generating turbo and various other sound effects.
Read more for downloading the product case STL files for 3d printing, CCS C source codes, Proteus simulation, circuit schematic and PCB layout files and also 70 different sound effects I’ve found on the net and especially prepared for this project.
We used to put small propellers on the handlebars of our bicycles when we were kids. Now we got older but we can still do the same thing to our cars or motorbikes. I’ve been designing some toys for big boyz recently.
There are several versions, all stl files are included in the following pages.
The Ford Model T (colloquially known as the “tin Lizzie“, “leaping Lena“, “jitney” or “flivver“) is an automobile produced by Ford Motor Company from October 1, 1908, to May 26, 1927. It is generally regarded as the first affordable automobile, which made car travel available to middle-class Americans. The relatively low price was partly the result of Ford’s efficient fabrication, including assembly line production instead of individual handcrafting.
The Ford Model T was named the most influential car of the 20th century in the 1999 Car of the Century competition, ahead of the BMCMini, Citroën DS, and Volkswagen Beetle. Ford’s Model T was successful not only because it provided inexpensive transportation on a massive scale, but also because the car signified innovation for the rising middle class and became a powerful symbol of the United States’ age of modernization. With 15 million sold, it stood eighth on the top-ten list of most sold cars of all time, as of 2012.
Read more for more images and the link to download the 3d model.