Gunnar Sorensen builds motorcycles, … and cars, and boats, and 1/4 scale engines and … most anything he really wants to. Gunnar has an amazing skill set, his work speaks for itself. He, like many who are entranced by the technical world, is not limited to one segment, but instead works his magic on a wide variety of vehicles and machines.
The Great Dane is a 3 year project, building the engine from, it seems, two singles. The cases were cast from wooden molds.
This TriBSA has an A10 frame, Ceriani forks, Norton Commando tank, Jawa forged steel connecting rods and much more.
Besides many motorcycles, he works his magic on cars, too, like this Fiat 500. Restored and modified with disc brakes, 5 speeds and just a wonderful appearance.
Perhaps you like the big aero engines, something like a Merlin V12 built in 1/4 scale.
The images on Gunnar’s website were a little small so they don’t do the work justice, but you can get a taste of what type of work this man does.
Relying on a translation of the Danish site, I can give you the basic idea of his work but you really need to check it out for yourself. Very, very impressive work.
A very big Thank You to Griebel, one of Gunnar’s fellow Danes, who sent me this link!
Link: Gunnar Sorensen