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Old 04-28-2017, 04:34 PM   #1
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Default VINTAGE PAVEMENT MODIFIED COUPES

For those of you finding it hard to figure out a Vintage Modified Coupe for Pavement or Carpet, especially with Pan Cars.....here is a new twist. Probably the last thing you would consider is a Slash... makes sense. But McAllister Racing has recent success with a cool Sprint body for the Slash, as well as a Bomber Coupe body. With a little effort it's quite easy to convert that Tri-County Modified Coupe to a Vintage Modified Pavement Coupe. Minus the fenders, lowering the body to the max and using 2.2 wheels and tires along with the LCG chassis for the Slash, here's what we came up with. By the way, with that set up and all else virtually stock it handles great on pavement or carpet. For more details you can call us or email.

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Old 05-02-2017, 03:49 AM   #2
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might make a good old school dirt mod coupe. hmm
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Old 05-07-2017, 06:34 AM   #3
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Very cool, nice set up
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dont forget Parma / PSE has had some wide bodies too, that would work with 235mm and 200mm cars:

PARMA/PSE 1/10 '41 Willys - Clear Body
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Old 05-08-2017, 07:43 PM   #5
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New pic....
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Old 07-26-2017, 11:42 AM   #6
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For those of you finding it hard to figure out a Vintage Modified Coupe for Pavement or Carpet, especially with Pan Cars.....here is a new twist. Probably the last thing you would consider is a Slash... makes sense. But McAllister Racing has recent success with a cool Sprint body for the Slash, as well as a Bomber Coupe body. With a little effort it's quite easy to convert that Tri-County Modified Coupe to a Vintage Modified Pavement Coupe. Minus the fenders, lowering the body to the max and using 2.2 wheels and tires along with the LCG chassis for the Slash, here's what we came up with. By the way, with that set up and all else virtually stock it handles great on pavement or carpet. For more details you can call us or email.

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It hard to tell , is the a Buggy under that body, Im looking to start racing Coupe with a Tlr 22.
Thats a very nice looking car
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I saw this car a while back and I love it! I should do this with my Mudboss conversion that I'm not going to use any longer.
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Old 09-28-2017, 02:03 PM   #8
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The Tri-County Modified is a 1940 Ford. We have a new version out now.... a 1937 Chevy, #316- Ascot Modified.

Both bodies fit the 2WD Slash and other Short Course Trucks. They are pictured on a 2WD Slash with the LCG chassis which is recommended.
Comes with window and grill mask, overspray film and header decals.

The bodies can be mounted with fenders for an early Stock Car look, or lowered with fenders removed for a vintage Modified look…..
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FlyingM which of you bodies are suitable for a 1/10 scale buggy for Coupe or Street stock racing.
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Here are the bodies for the 1/10 scale buggy.

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Here are the links.....

Dirt Oval Modified Bodies

Dirt Oval Street Stock Bodies
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