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Old 08-02-2009, 08:14 PM   #1
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Hi guys, I thought I'd go ahead and start a thread on 'oldskool' RC car stuff! Post your pics of whatever, and any stories that go with them on here. I'll start with a car that I just got straight from my early teenage years, a 1988 Corally SP12, absolutely mint condition! Cheers!!

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vintage stuff is always cool. on or offroad. only wish i had a couple more from back then. only onroad i have is the rere version of the tamiya c-chassis jag xjr12. sits in shelfqueen form here. wouldnt mind a nice 12L up there from the childhood in time. 3 RC10 projects to deal with first. and what collection wouldnt be complete without a Bolink Legend!!

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From around the same time as yours wingman

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Nice one Chris, liking that! How's about this then, an original Corally Motor Management System from around 1986 I think! This particular one has never been used, and although over 20 years old, is still brand new (if that makes sense)!

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Here's one of my SP12V's:

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I had a SP12V with the cells down the center, don't know who made that chassis, but it gave the car a ton of steering!
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Yeah, I know its not strictly on road, but here's my old Nitro Hawk:

http://www.rctech.net/forum/electric...-electric.html

At least it has road tires!

Now if I could only find that Bolink Digger I have laying around! I know where the body is, just can't find the chassis. Also currently working on an Optima Mid I purchased in 1991.
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Nice cars! Chris I recently got a oldschool bud's racing motor off ebay! Thought about it when i saw your sticker. Wonder how I can tell what turn it is etc.
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