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THIS 3D PUZZLE IS INCLUDED IN OUR 3D PUZZLES VOLUME THREE.
A makeCNC Original 3D Puzzle
This is a Great Pattern that will provide Lots of Challenge!
The Sidecar Motorcycle
A Sidecar Motorcycle is a three-wheeled vehicle with the side wheel not
directly aligned with the rear Motorcycle wheel, and is usually powered
by the rear wheel only. The Sidecar consists of a frame and a body.
The body typically provides one passenger seat and a small trunk compartment
behind. In some cases the Sidecar has a removable soft top. In some
modifications the Sidecar's body is used for carrying cargo or tools, like
a truck's platform. The Sidecar is typically mounted so that the Motorcycle
is closer to the center of the road. The Sidecar is on the right for
right-hand traffic. A Sidecar makes the handling of a bike asymmetrical.
Without a brake on the non-driven sidecar wheel, the Sidecar will pull towards
the bike under braking, and towards the Sidecar under acceleration. Driver
and passenger body position affect higher speed handling. The Motorcycle's
steering geometry, originally set up for a tilting single track vehicle, is set
up to turn slightly away form the drag imposed by the Sidecar.
Sidecars have been manufactured since early in the twentieth century. Until the
1950's Sidecars were quite pouplar, providing cheap alternative to passenger
cars. They have also been used by the Armed Forces, Police, and the UK's AA and
RAC motoring organizations. During World War II, German troops used many BMW
and Zondapp Sidecar Motorcycles. One of Britain's oldest Sidecar manufacturers,
Watsonian, was founded in 1912. It is still trading as Watsonian Squire.
Automobile producer Jaguar Cars was founded in 1922 as a Sidecar manufacturer, the
Swallow Sidecar Company. Did you know that the film "The Great Escape (1963)" used
the Sidecar Motorcycle in some important scenes. The film was shot entirely on
location in Europe, with a complete camp resembling Stalag Luft III built near
Munich, Germany. Exteriors for the escape sequences were shot in the Rhine Country
and areas near the North Sea, and Steve McQueen's Sidecar Motorcycle scenes were
filmed in Fussen (on the Australian Border) and the Alps. Quite Amazing Really!
You definitely want to add the Sidecar Motorcycle to your collection now!
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Printable PDF Pattern (For Scroll Saw Use)
1 X Clear and Concise Color Assembly Manual.
1 X Number Guide DXF (Also called Coded DXF - NOT in all Products - Only in Certain Products)
1 x Readme File and Copyright Information
Approximate Size at 3mm
W = 135
H = 77
Approximate Size at 1/8 inch
L = 7.5
W = 5.3
H = 3
Approximate Size of Largest Part
2 X 5.1 inches
51 X 130 mm
Approximate Part Number: 117
NOTE: Our 3D Puzzles can be built in different thicknesses.
Example: 1/8" uses 1/8" Plywood...1/4" uses 1/4" Plywood, etc.
As a rule, although the slots are set to fit the same sized tool, most
people will use a smaller bit size when cutting.
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