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Old 12-20-2006, 07:50 PM   #61
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1dmVU08zVpA&eurl=


Ok, take a breather and watch this video for gift ideas. Or a gift for your not so favorite driver......
thread misdirection to the extreme.

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Old 12-20-2006, 07:52 PM   #62
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Came home and just had a few e-mails asking me if that was me. Don't think so LOL !! Unless I had too much Jack one night (but I am only 33)

Great stuff!!!

Here I am in 85:


This pic of me and Joel kinda makes me look the dude in tha pic though:
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Old 12-20-2006, 07:57 PM   #63
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WOW...Ron standing behind you still looks exactly the same today!! LOL

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Old 12-20-2006, 08:06 PM   #64
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Here I am in 85:
the days of pitting RIGHT in front of your car.. is that a buick?
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Ernie- you and I both know that all those Silva's look alike...LOL

LMAO!!!! Your freakin KILLIN me man!!!

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Old 12-20-2006, 09:27 PM   #66
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Last time I looked I was the CEO of Trinity.....
I better get into work more often....lol
Tony is the president of Trinity Products Inc.
Sorry Ernie...I copied it right from the site. Everyone knows whos the big dog
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LMAO!!!! Your freakin KILLIN me man!!!

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Last time I looked I was the CEO of Trinity.....
I better get into work more often....lol
Tony is the president of Trinity Products Inc.
Hey Ernie.......

So much for my avatar idea. I still want some compensation. LOL.

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I split this new thread off from the other one, and got rid of the other one out of respect for Mike, Brood, Trinity and anybody else involved.

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Thanks shane everyones IQ went up 10 points since the drama queens stopped whinning and they started posting all of the old pics. I remember them old days I started racing in the early 80's at the rustic resort in Clintonville Wisconsin. I was one of the first ones to pick up the Associated 12i I was stylin.
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not relaly considered ld timers: but...


RC10 the Off-Road Champion

This is the car that won both the ROAR and NORRCA Nationals for 1988, outrunning the best the world could off!

The RC10 is manufactured in America. Spare parts and accessories are on-the-shelf items at the associated factory, and are readily available in hobby shops throughout the world.

1/10 Scale Electric R/C Off-road Race Car.

All kits include the following:

Heat treated, gold anodized aircraft aluminum chassis tub.
Replaceable gold anodized nose (skid) plate.
Adjustable wheelbase.
Two spring sets, low and high rate.
High volume hydraulic shocks, double O-ring sealed, gold anodized.
Adjustable limited-slip ball dif (can be locked for production class)
Servo saver, linkage and universal servo mounts fit most radios.
Prefabricated oilite bushings throughout (except ball bearing kits).
Quick-change battery and body mounting hardware.
High traction pneumatic tires, knobby rears, grooved fronts.
High-impact nylon rear rims fit Associated and Tamiya "Holiday" tires.
Quick-change knock-off rear hubs are key-locked to the axle.
High-impact nylon front rims. Adapters are included for Tamiya front tires.
Quality screws throughout. Allen cap, button, flat heat, and aluminum flat head.
Step-by-step assembly instructions, with photos of every step.

In addition, some kits include all or part of the following:

Yokomo stock class 05 motor.
Heavy-duty throttle resistor, wiper, bypass, and mounting bracket.
16 gauge silicon wiring harness, with dropping diodes for radio.
Durable clear Lexan body shell, with driver and adjustable wing.
6-cell Ni-Cad pack and Fast-charge Cord.
Precision ball bearing set, 16 bearings total.

All kits come packaged in a durable, four-color carton with can serve as a handy parts and toolbox at the race track. These cars will work with any radio system, but steering wheel radios with ultra-mini sized servos are preferred . . .

#6000 Basic kit, less all electrical, less bearings $188.00
#6010 Full kit, less battery, less bearings 225.00
#6012 Full kit, less battery, body, wing, bearings 215.00
#6016 Full kit, ball bearings, less battery 290.00
#6020 Full kit, with battery pack, less bearings 265.00

Dealers--kits are packed 6 per case.
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