Im often on this forum but rarely post, I wanted to tell you that Im a Die Hard fan of 1/10th Pan cars.
Up here in Canada, More specifically in Gatineau, Quebec (www.rcottawa.com
) , I along with other pan car fanatics tried to start the pan car class up again, We where able to run a 3 qual and a Main a few race days ago.
If I had the choice I would run pan cars over running my slow Bricks (Sedans) / Motor Killers LOL ... but local racers are 95% Sedan.
I still have and enjoy running my RC10L2 and my two other RC10L3T's .. and also run 2 Xray's (EVo2 & FK), I got rid of all other cars and trucks I only kep the best ones
Although I race sedan on a regular basis for the past 5 years , I have owned over 20 pan cars and been racing them when racing is available for the past 10 years.
Id love to go to the US pan car Championship in Texas, but to go there would cost me close to a 1500$ alltogetter. time will tell.
We run 6 cell 1/10 pan with 19T Cham. Epic motors indoor, its a blast, the times are faster then 1/10 Scale Stock Sedan but a bit slower then a 19T Sedan on our tight indoor circuit
I also collect 1/10 scale 235mm Pan car (GTP) unpainted bodies I can find:
-Pro-line Peugeot 905b groupe C
-Associated Nissan 92 GTP
-PSE Porsche 956
-PSE Porsche 962
-Hotbodies Toyota GT1
Im Looking for:
-Protoform Nissan P35 GTP
-Mccallister Nissan NPT90 part # 146
-Mazda 787B (I dont know if any 1/10 scale 235mm body where ever done with this one)
Im also getting a 190mm HPI BMW GT body for one of my RC10L3T. www.hpiracing.com/graphics/bodies/7452m3.jpg
... I know its a sedan body but .. if you look at it from behind with the 50+mm wide rear tires on the L3T you just got to love it.
Once I get a good pict taken of my fleet I will post it.
keep this post Alive !
"Pan Cars Rule"