(L) Chevy Jr go-kart, above view
(C) Chevy Jr go-kart, side view
(R) Chevy Jr go-kart, rear view
(L) The view I photographed from above - 1 of about 50 I entered into the 123Catch engine
(C) And the preview image of the processed and rendered 3D file
(R) And a top-down view in Blender of the 3D file - a view I did NOT photograph!
(L) A shaded rendering in Blender without the photograph texturing - front view
(C) Rear view
(R) Side view... it is just too rough textured to be accurate.
(L) Seat test in situ
(R) New footwell with side plates in place
(L) Footwell with center plate down
(R) Completed footwell
(L,C) The go-kart top and side from across the yard (near orthographic)
(R) Comparing Photomodeler lines (green) with earlier traces off photos (black)
The dark blue line outlining the top view is the actual trace of the go-kart.
(L) Perspective view of 3D file. And it dimensions well!
(C) Orthographic side view
(R) Perspective view in 3D using red/blue glasses
(L) The chassis with new footwell, painted for rust protection
(R) The countershaft and one needle bearing. Note the striations on the shaft.
(L) front suspension all the way up
(C) front suspension at expected neutral point
(R) front suspension all the way down
(L) rear suspension compressed to mount shock
(C) rear suspension and new shock fulley extended
(R) New lines (blue) on side view with best-guess chassis position
(L) Chassis underside showing priming and caulking
(R) Chassis front all derusted, primed and painted black.
More welding needs to be done to add the cockpit bulkhead and dash and mechanicals, so the pan is only primrd for now.
(R) Chassis rear view all derusted and primed and painted engine red and black
(L) Chassis rear view end-on.
Now it's all ready for the winter snows (under a new tarp, of course).