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Old 10-21-2006, 01:10 PM   #1
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Hello all! I'm new to new to the world of rc racing, my brother has had his hands on an Xtm Xcellerator for a bit and he's been enjoying that. With my birthday coming up I think im going to ask for a nitro r/c of my own. I'd prefer a buggy but I need advice as to which one and what scale. This will be my first car, although I have helped my brother with breaking his in and basic care. The store where I live is called Hoppy People and the website is www.hobbypeople.net. There are a few buggies, I'd prefer an RTR. Any recommendations?

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