Cut-A-Way Car Displays

Since we featured Shin Yoshikawa’s awe inspiring cut-a-way car drawings a few weeks ago (http://www.carbuildindex.com/22153/part-3-shin-yoshikawas-cutaway-drawing-and-book/), we thought that it might be interesting to take a look at actual, full scale cut-a-way cars. The use of cut-a-way car displays is a tradition that automobile manufacturers have been practicing for decades since the early days of auto shows. When we see them we always find it interesting to do a walk around and hope that some deeper understanding of automobile’s intricate mechanical workings will somehow be willed upon us while we blankly gaze at them trying to figure them out. Unfortunately that never seems to happen and then the best we can do is resort to imagining a good hand car washing rather than wrenching. In any case, continue on the next page for a look at the attached cut-a-way cars exposed in all of their naked glory for your own personal viewing pleasure, whether it’s for washing or wrenching purposes, or possibly even both if you are so inclined…

1 1965-chevrolet-chevelle-malibu-ss

2 BMW Goggo Car NASCAR NEXTEL Cup Series, Las Vegas 4 5 6 7 8 11 12 13 14 1954_Sunbeam_Talbot_Cutaway_Display_Car 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33

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