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If you could have any RC car as a full size car

Old 02-08-2007, 07:15 AM
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Default If you could have any RC car as a full size car

Which one would it be? And you could only pick one.

I know this is the on road section but it can be a truck, buggy, truggy, tank, boat, carboat, or carplane.
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Old 02-08-2007, 10:59 AM
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No one has a favorite RC car theyd like to drive full scale from the inside and take it on the highway? You wouldnt like to walk out into your driveway and see a full scale version of your custom painted TC4 sitting there? And you could drive it.
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I would like a JRXS-R, a ST-R, and a GT2.
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Nic Case's nitro TC3. That thing would be so fast.
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Any TC with 24" wheels on the road would be sweet.. but then again, the sound of a likewise-sized mod motor would be deafening for anyone in the car!
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Old 02-09-2007, 09:43 PM
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Okay guy's put the pipe down and go back to what you were originally doing.
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This one!

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Old 02-10-2007, 07:36 AM
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Wouldn't it be rather uncomfortable sitting on a servo. Even yet changing six full size batteries. Plus driving around in the rain or cold weather. J/K guys.

True story: I raced the Dodge Stratus body before I saw the real version, about six months later. Around three years later I bought a real Stratus. I bought it because I drove a compact and had family addition on the way. Very roomy for the car but not as strong as I would like. I think I will look for a Yukon or Suburban body next. Might be time to sell the Dodge.
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