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Old 12-11-2003, 01:42 PM   #1
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Default Kyosho GP TR-15 Lancer ok for beginner?

Hi all , I ask all of you cuz yŠll know much more than I do obviously , and me being a beginner and all , I want to start with something very good. What would yŠll say to me if I asked you what you thought of a novice starting out with a Kyosho GP TR-15 Lancer ( the rally car)? Of course Im talking about me and Im asking you this because when I saw this car I fell in love in less than a split second!!!....Do you think that this type of car is just fine for a newcomer like me , or is it too big for my britches yet? (I mean really really new to this stuff)
Thanks a million,
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