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Old 12-23-2012, 08:48 PM   #1
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recently iv just purchased the Holden ve ss ute shell wich i have been searching for even since i started drifting r/c cars. its hard to come across a proper holden shell for a 1/10 scale drift car so im quite glad i found the exact 1 i was hopeing for.. in saying this there should be more australian's making body's off real aussie cars such as ve's vu's toranas etc:
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I love watching the v8 supercar races from aussie and wish there was some way we could get those bodies here in the us. Have wanted that style of body for my tc car to race.
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Old 12-25-2012, 10:30 PM   #3
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So where did you find it? Tell us all!!!
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Old 12-31-2012, 10:53 PM   #4
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keletts hobbies in liverpool has a huge range of custom parts for any type or rc cars, boats etc: its not often they get the ss ute bodies in since there was only 1 when i baught it he told me its not often they have them in stock but on occasion they do..
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There's a few available these days, from the old classic Torana's, current V8 Supercars to 'street machine' customs cars - the Efijy: http://www.rchobbyworld.com.au/cars.html. This is just one site that google brought up.
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