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Old 07-16-2011, 03:10 PM   #1
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Can someone help me and tell me what kind of car this is? My grandpa had it in his attic from a while ago.
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That is a Trinity EV-10.
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Yup a Trinity EV10...awesome car in it's day. Loved mine. Odd...there are some cut outs missing on the upper deck where the shocks mount.
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Yup a Trinity EV10...awesome car in it's day. Loved mine. Odd...there are some cut outs missing on the upper deck where the shocks mount.
Do you know if I can buy parts for it?
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I doubt it...Trinity's 1/12th scale may still use some of the same parts but I'm not sure. It used to use the same front end parts. I kept the graphite plates for a few of mine in hopes of rebuilding the car with more modern shocks some day and to use as scrap graphite to cut parts from.
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Not really but stuff can be improvised. For example, the missing upper shock can be replaced with a micro vcs one.

It's a longshot but asking if anyone has any parts left in the 1/10th pan car thread may be your best bet: http://www.rctech.net/forum/oval-lar...-car-1043.html
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