Many enthusiasts lust after the cars of Maranello, but few are able to own one. That realization set in early for Bart Jones. He was just 10 years old when he realized the 1959 Ferrari 250 GT Berlinetta he longed for would likely be out of reach for his entire life. So he started formulating a plan to build his own. The planning stage lasted 30 years, but Jones never gave up.
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I'd like to understand the process that he used the second time, and how that differed from setting up molds. It is not explained...how he built the 'One ' body without a mold.
I sincerely hope he shares how he developed those panels 'in away than he's never seen done." I am tackling a project of my own... got the english wheel, sheet metal everywhere, ruined pieces, etc and now he has me second guessing everything. PLEASE SHARE!!
It sounds like you’re where I was 18 months ago. Yes, I believe I have a better way. I’m going to start making some YouTube videos showing exactly how I did this. What is your project?