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Old 10-06-2011, 02:58 AM   #76
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Old 08-04-2016, 07:38 PM   #77
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ferrari 250 GTO. jaguar F type. AC COBRA daytoa coupe. +1 for the ferrari P330 previously stated. 60's Maserati coupes. etc. etc.
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Old 08-05-2016, 03:05 AM   #78
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1/10 scale aw11 Toyota mr2. Abc make a mini scale that looks good but the 1/10 looks like junk!

Would also like to see a 1/10 jzx81 Mark ii Toyota that doesn't look like junk!
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Ferrari F40 and Audi S1 Sport Quattro - the short one from 1985.

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Tesla Model S. If we're going to race scale electric cars, may as well base it off a full scale electric car.
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Tesla Model S. If we're going to race scale electric cars, may as well base it off a full scale electric car.
I have a hard plastic one that was made by a guy that works there. Not quite 1/10th scale though. Just not sure how to use it to make lexan mold. A local guy said he would do it but I had to buy 50 bodies and pay $200 to make the mold. And I wouldn't get to keep the mold. So I didn't do it.
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A Tamiya quality scale 1987 Porsche 962C

200mm and 170-175mm wheelbase to fit 1/10 F1 chassis and Tamiya Gtp chassis.
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Ferrari F40 and Audi S1 Sport Quattro - the short one from 1985.

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team dlue groove has the S1 quattro 1/10, i just ordered a 1/18 F40 from them, they also have F40 1/8 scale, i'm still lookimg for a 1/10 scale though
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