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Old 01-17-2007, 02:40 PM   #1
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Does anyone know if they make a cobalt SS body yet? If you do any clue where to buy one? Or atleast a good place with a large selection of bodies for me to look through?

Oh and that would be for a 1/10th scale sedan.

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proline or protofrom has a wide selection of touring bodies.

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no cobalt bodies that i know of, but hpi racing also has many many bodies to choose from.
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I think tamiya or yoke are putting one out after the hyundai accent drift kit. Just kidding around. Everybody is allowed at least 1 right

No offence cybcow. Just kind of tired of smoking hot rod chevy cavaliers driven by 16-18 year olds on the 1:1 scale.
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I think tamiya or yoke are putting one out after the hyundai accent drift kit. Just kidding around. Everybody is allowed at least 1 right

No offence cybcow. Just kind of tired of smoking hot rod chevy cavaliers driven by 16-18 year olds on the 1:1 scale.
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Old 01-18-2007, 06:38 AM   #6
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I think tamiya or yoke are putting one out after the hyundai accent drift kit. Just kidding around. Everybody is allowed at least 1 right

No offence cybcow. Just kind of tired of smoking hot rod chevy cavaliers driven by 16-18 year olds on the 1:1 scale.
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