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Old 01-21-2008, 01:29 AM   #1
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Smile Returning to R/C - Advice Appreciated

Hi all,
I used to predominantly bash & occasionally race a Schumacher Club 10 buggy, some 10 years ago, when I was younger.
I have recently been interested in getting back into it & ideally buying a 1/10 Stadium Truck or alternatively a 1/10 buggy.
The truck appeals to me more, as it's a bit larger & should be better to bash with due to having bigger wheels.
I would consider doing a few race meets at my local track (Knox) as everyone seems to rave on about racing them!

I have a relatively low budget (far too many other toys ) and would want something RTR or almost RTR.
I am looking at a used RTR B3 for sale which comes with a few spares but it's a buggy...
What other options do I have these days?
Anyone have a 1/10 truck for sale in Australia?
p.s. Mods, if you find this thread too noob, please move to the noob section.

Thanks in advance!

Daz.
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