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Old 02-19-2010, 10:49 PM
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We all have em. That RC body you wished they made. you dream about it all the time. Go ahead, post yours.

Theres one under my skin right now.
the buick grand national, oh please will someone make it!

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Old 02-19-2010, 11:20 PM
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Porsche 917 for 1/12 scale pan cars.

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for 1/8th truggy LOL


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Old 02-19-2010, 11:53 PM
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+1 for the 917 (even thou it would handle like [email protected]#$)
ive seen a 1/12 porshe, its too late and not enough sleep to remember the model number but it was the last years of the famed 917 with the longer tail

ive seen a grand national before,,, they used to make more offbeat makes in the 80's and 90's

i snagged a couple new 1/12th 69 charger bodies off eVILbay a few years ago,,, just gotta search





man i gotta kick my self in the butt after seeing that 917, i slipped an opportunity to buy a complete kit car version with a corvair drivetrain about 10 years ago,,, what a sweet daily driver that woulda been
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Old 02-20-2010, 01:50 PM
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Originally Posted by jjbkozack View Post
+1 for the 917 (even thou it would handle like [email protected]#$)
ive seen a 1/12 porshe, its too late and not enough sleep to remember the model number but it was the last years of the famed 917 with the longer tail
Tamiya had a 1/12th 956 But it only fit their car. Frewer did a back pour mold copy of the Tamiya 956 and modified it to fit normal 1/12th cars. Bolink had a 1/12th 962. There were several 956/962s in 1/1th scale. Andy's made the best looking 962 ever in a 1/10th pan car body.
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I will second the GNX. I had a 917 for 1/10 scale years ago. Kyosho used to make a shell like that for their 1/12 scale cars. The ones that had the aluminum bar across the front suspension.

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Old 02-21-2010, 12:29 PM
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Originally Posted by RaceBucks View Post
Porsche 917 for 1/12 scale pan cars.

+2 on the 917... and I would like to see it in 1/10th scale for a 190mm chassis as well as 1/12th scale.

On the Trans-Am front a notch-back Mustang and a Javelin in 1/10th would be cool as well.

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