When I was an apprentice we went for a visit to some other trade sections of the large training centre I was being trained at and when we got to the Fitters there was an old guy who's hobby it was to make cutaways of cool things such as bearings, small engines and a few other things I can't remember but I can remember I was impressed. He said he patiently cut everything with the machines at his disposal (he was a fitter's instructor with the entire training centre at his disposal) and used Araldite epoxy which dries clear and just glued it all back together. I spotted this cool 1937 Ford engine and gearbox cutaway online (didn't buy it) about a year ago and thought it was cool enough to save the pics. I think I even enquired about having it shipped and the seller was willing to help. In the end it was too much of a "luxury" to justify (when there are cars to be built) so I didn't buy it but it sure is cool. Unfortunately, I can find the details (someone may remember?) but I'm pretty sure it was a rotating assembly used for education. I hope the current owner doesn't mind but I did search and couldn't find a thread about this cutaway and though it might be of interest to H.A.M.B.ers If you're into cutaways or have cutaway stories you want to share, you're not alone. I think cutaways are cool!