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Old 11-12-2018, 04:56 AM
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It's here! And it's extremely expensive.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Vaterra-230...5gYW:rk:1:pf:0

I think I still need one though.
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I feared that. I’ll end up with one in the future. First gotta finish painting all the bodies I already have.
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Maybe the price will go down in a few months? My other concern is that Vaterra TC shells don't stay in production very long.
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Maybe the price will go down in a few months? My other concern is that Vaterra TC shells don't stay in production very long.
I havenít looked in awhile on availability. There was at least 2 years the Camaro and Nissan bodies were easy to find. Price might drop a bit.
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Wow that's too expensive for an on-road body. Companies have been including hard plastic parts with bodies, which is awesome, but they are also using that to justify jacking the prices way, way up.

But everybody says "It's expensive, but I'm going to buy one anyway" and that's why prices remain that high for bodies.
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