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Old 02-06-2010, 07:10 PM
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Hi all,
Can anybody ID these pan cars? They're both 235mm.

Thanks in advance!



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Old 02-06-2010, 07:13 PM
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They are both Corally but not sure of the model.
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That was quick! Thanks for the response, big help.
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Those are corally pan cars for sure. I think they may be the SPX10 Pan Car, but I am not 100% sure on that.
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These are what old Corally guys call cool! Others may be whinning, Vintage, yep, Vintage man. Not me. These are some sweet Corally 1/10 pan cars!

Looks like the Corally C10X - Pro Graphite. They came with 4-spoke rims if their original. The damper pod that is the size of a quarter, black plastic "C" clips on the wheels and all the lovely black "O-rings" are the give-aways. I'm guessing these cars are probably about a 1999 model. They were a sister car of the SP12G3 1/12th scaler.
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Bingo! I just confirmed with Corally website, they're indeed the C10X.

Any idea where I can get the instruction manual? Hopefully with the parts list..
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Sorry to burst your bubble, they are not Corallys, they are a copy called Luxurious Racer. Its a chinese knock-off with tyres made out of some thing that tyres should never be made from..
Get some decent tyres on the thing and they are not a bad car
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Ah the Mercedes short tail GTP body...haven't seen one of those in awhile. Now that was the days when pan car bodies looked nice.
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Are they really? That's disappointing to know, but i'd have been more disappointed if I found out later. Thanks!

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Sorry to burst your bubble, they are not Corallys, they are a copy called Luxurious Racer. Its a chinese knock-off with tyres made out of some thing that tyres should never be made from..
Get some decent tyres on the thing and they are not a bad car
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Originally Posted by darthsnouty View Post
Sorry to burst your bubble, they are not Corallys, they are a copy called Luxurious Racer. Its a chinese knock-off with tyres made out of some thing that tyres should never be made from..
Get some decent tyres on the thing and they are not a bad car
Yes, shame that they don't have their original "Beast 540"s that come with the car.

Man you could go changing those spurs (yes, spurs not pinions) all day getting that gearing right
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