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Old 10-29-2011, 02:46 PM   #1
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Is there a list out there with the different models for the AE RC12 series? I have one and am not sure which one it is. I link a picture but it won't allow me to. Any help would be appreciated.
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Check this out.
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http://www.rc-car-museum.de/1_12_Mod...ller_welt.html
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Tons of info on the Classic side of 12th scale HERE
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Picture added. Any guess on what it is?
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Is there a list out there with the different models for the AE RC12 series? I have one and am not sure which one it is. I link a picture but it won't allow me to. Any help would be appreciated.
That's actually a Tamiya, not an AE kit.
The Classic 12th page has every possible car listed there.
You should check it out


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http://www.tamiya101.com/model_info.asp?id=49
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Now there is a blast from the past
This one and the Newman Haas and Rothman Porsche where great cars to drive
I have had the pleasure of driving that car for 3 years and winning the club championchip with it all those 3 years.
This was against the regular 1:12 guys.
Gear dif, mech speed controller gawd i loved that car.
Also very easy to drive, even with the stock Tamiya tires.

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Now there is a blast from the past
This one and the Newman Haas and Rothman Porsche where great cars to drive
I have had the pleasure of driving that car for 3 years and winning the club championchip with it all those 3 years.
This was against the regular 1:12 guys.
Gear dif, mech speed controller gawd i loved that car.
Also very easy to drive, even with the stock Tamiya tires.

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Yes, it was a very nice car to drive.
The Tamiya tires worked well.

Did you see that Tamiya is back in the 12th market
http://www.rctech.net/forum/electric...ml#post9659845

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Yeah seen it
Looks like a real 1:12 car but with to many plastic parts and stock with a 380 motor.
You can use the 540 motors but it would be a tight fit running brushless in there.
Still tho it is a nice looking car.

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Yes, it was a very nice car to drive.
The Tamiya tires worked well.

Did you see that Tamiya is back in the 12th market
http://www.rctech.net/forum/electric...ml#post9659845

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