Help identifying parts, looks to be metal

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Krachenvogel

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The bit with the fine ridges on the back of the hand looks like a model engine piece. I think the four little stubs on it are where the exhaust pipes hook up. From the size, I'd guess it's from a 1/12 GP bike (transverse 4-cyl), or maybe a 1/20 F-1 car. Don't know if that's helpful at all...
 
Thanks a bunch for that info..
I'm totally new to kitbashing, so I'm unsure where to go from here. Aren't there websites with scans of loads of kits that I can cross reference, now that I know it's probably from a bike/f-1?
I dunno if I'll take a stab in the dark, and just buy something and hope at least one of the parts is in there.
Any advice?
Again thanks mate..
-James
 

falcon dude

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go to the kitscans section at
www.studioscale.com



Originally posted by Scottish Film Maker@Jun 24 2005, 03:43 AM
Thanks a bunch for that info..
I'm totally new to kitbashing, so I'm unsure where to go from here.  Aren't there websites with scans of loads of kits that I can cross reference, now that I know it's probably from a bike/f-1?
I dunno if I'll take a stab in the dark, and just buy something and hope at least one of the parts is in there.
Any advice?
Again thanks mate..
-James
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