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Old 01-29-2015, 08:18 PM
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I've been into RC off and on for 23 yrs. I recently dug mine out of hibernation and started messing with them again. I did a partial trade a few years ago of a Traxxas Nitro Rustler for a 126 Cub. My current RCs are a custom Tamiya Clodbuster that I'm building into a rock crawler, a Duratrax 1/8th nitro buggy being converted to a short course truck, and a homemade 1/10th electric funny car.










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Old 01-29-2015, 08:49 PM
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I took on the Jammin line because they are built like tanks. With them being old now I can snag parts dirt cheap and then build whatever I want from them. Here's a monster truck I built out of a nitro truggy.

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Old 01-30-2015, 12:53 AM
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I think we should sticky this thread. It's filling up faster than the cycle thread. I will have to dig out my old Blackfoot and order the trans parts I need.
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Just like my tractors..... some of my favorite RCs are my oldest, I built this dragster around the late 70s, about the same time I started working in metal fab, so the car has a hand built aluminum chassis, parts from an AE 1/8 onroad car, 21 motor, its 42"s long, does about 85-90mph.
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Old 01-30-2015, 09:13 AM
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Just like my tractors..... some of my favorite RCs are my oldest, I built this dragster around the late 70s, about the same time I started working in metal fab, so the car has a hand built aluminum chassis, parts from an AE 1/8 onroad car, 21 motor, its 42"s long, does about 85-90mph.
Very cool!

Hey, remember the old Hot Shot and that line? The Grass Hopper and Frog too HAHAHA. I had the Hot Shot and I built a rocket launching backpack for it so I could shoot bottle rockets off it from my remote. Also had it completely protected with Aluminum plate that I cut on my dad's bandsaw Wish I had picks of that!

Also had the RC10 on my XMas list for as long as I could remember! They where the racer's Dream Machine back then!

Huh, now that we are all talking about these I forgot how many I had in my past and how much fun they are to mess around with
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Old 01-30-2015, 09:16 AM
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I think we should sticky this thread. It's filling up faster than the cycle thread. I will have to dig out my old Blackfoot and order the trans parts I need.
+1 for the sticky and the Blackfoot!

Remember this baby with the trans inside so you could shift gears from your remote!!! Ah when I went to races as a kid the dad's would pull out their expensive toys and this would always make an appearance
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+1 for the sticky and the Blackfoot!

Remember this baby with the trans inside so you could shift gears from your remote!!! Ah when I went to races as a kid the dad's would pull out their expensive toys and this would always make an appearance
If you look on page 2 you'll see my bruiser, I completely restored it last year.
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If you look on page 2 you'll see my bruiser, I completely restored it last year.
Ah, so you where one of those Richie Rich Dad's huh HAHAHAHA! Very cool RC!
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