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Old 12-01-2008, 04:38 PM   #1
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Does anyone know what this car is and what it's worth.




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Looks like another home built oval car. Where did you find these?
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Yeah they both use AE parts and stuff, home projects! Slap a brushless in it and watch it do 85! LOL
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Yeah they both use AE parts and stuff, home projects! Slap a brushless in it and watch it do 85! LOL
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1 foam tire and 3 rubber tires?

Odd...even if it were a rare car in the shape it is in it wouldn't be worth a whole lot.
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Looks like another home built oval car. Where did you find these?
I got these from a women who's husband passed away. I have a lot more stuff also.
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They are definitely hand built. Looking at the 2nd pis, one can see the guide lines scribed into the chassis near the speed control.
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The transmission looks like a RC 10 type transmission and the Speed control looks like one I use to have back in the late 80's!
Other than that I think the rest of the car is either home build stuff like we use to do back in the day or the chassis plate could be the oval chassis plate made by Associated that was used on the oval cars of the time.

This stuff is straining my brain, trying to remember what this stuff is.

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the front of the chassis and bumper are reminescent of the custom works intimidator 2wd oval car, it may have even used associated parts.
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i think it is a old coustom work type of car???
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