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Post  Admin on Sun Jun 13, 2010 9:30 pm

Well as tony will let ya know I got a largish collection of RC cars and shells.

but this one is the one that is probably best here....




















previous owner added the lights, they are bulb, will change for LEDs and run off "batt" connection on the radio gear.....

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Post  RobBFG on Sun Jun 13, 2010 10:59 pm

I came second in the Bristol junior two wheel drive championship back in the early 90s. That was outdoor off-road racing with electric cars.

I have the Tamiya 1:10 Mini as well. Mine's painted up as a copy of my late cooper complete with reg plate and West Country Minis sticker. It's a good little runner, especially with my old race gear in it.

A couple of WCM club members also have them. There is one with a pick up shell and I think we have one with a countryman shell. I would love to have an Elf/Hornet shell for it.
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Post  Admin on Sun Jun 13, 2010 11:06 pm

yet to see an elf one Sad

van/countryman/pickup/saloon is easy but never the varients.

that is a shame i would like to make one of my elf too!

this is a tamiya M03 front wheel drive car.
my others are 4WD and set up for drifting

my shells include:

BMW Z4 coupe
Nissan silvia S15 GT
Pug 206 GTI
1957 Chevy Bel Air saloon, with flip front....
Mercedes SLR police car
New Ford Mustang
Honda oddessey
Toyota Soarer
Nascar shell, unknown model
VW beetle 1951
Ford T10 truck

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Post  RobBFG on Mon Jun 14, 2010 1:01 pm

I raced a Schumacher Cougar and had the Tamiya Toyota Hi-Lux for the fun of it.
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Post  Zef on Mon Jun 14, 2010 1:06 pm

That all takes me back. I had a RC10 myself and had a ridiculous Demon 4 x 14 turn motor in it. Used to race indoors with carpet for the straight/start and it used to be still spinning the wheels into the first turn. Wish it hadn't been stolen now as I'd have another bash.
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Post  Admin on Tue Sep 14, 2010 10:49 pm

That mini has a 15T motor in it!
its so powerful i got it wired wrong way round, its slower forward than reverse....

but got anew ESC now so its ok now Smile
just the old ESC had no brake! Sad

I ended up wrecking the shell Sad

So now it looks more like a track car.....
she still not finished though as a track car!













she is gonna have a mesh grill and an aluminium sump guard fitted!

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Post  Admin on Wed Sep 15, 2010 12:00 am

I got way too much to post here....

but this is my latest "toy"
a rock crawler.....









this thing is gonna be very powerful when complete Smile

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