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Old 07-08-2002, 07:44 AM   #16
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There was a TC1 and TC2, but they were the prototype vehicles. The final production version is the TC3.
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Old 07-08-2002, 07:51 AM   #17
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Nope, the TC3 was named by a guy who doesn't work for AE in a contest, he won the first production model.... doesn't anyone remember!!!

But there was a TC1 and TC2.... they are models of Novak's cyclone speed control...LOL
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Ya, the guys name was Glen. Lucky guy, eh???
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Man, who brought this back from the dead?
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Lucky he got a $200 kit for free...otherwise.....
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Tony do you know whatever happened to those prototypes? Were they thrown away? Whatever happened to the offroad cars they used at the World's in Detroit? Now those would definately be something to keep.
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All the prototype cars are all sitting at AE somewhere. Most of them get set aside in the warehouse (WAY aside) while others are on people desks or in their offices....usually in the office of the conceptor of the car. It's fun to walk around and see alot of the old cars.
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