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Old 03-07-2013, 10:33 AM   #1
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Anyone have any opinions on these? My buddy has one I'm thinking about buying. How much is it worth and is it a good setup?
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Any questions about that car can be answered here: http://www.rctech.net/forum/electric...tc3-forum.html It's an older chassis but still competitive in a few classes, including VTA.
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Old 03-07-2013, 08:46 PM   #3
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I think its a fantastic car and don't let the tub chassis fool you!! It can still be competitive with any new car on the market especially in the stock classes.
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thanks for the link. Overall it's such a fantastic car. I was facing a little problem with my RC but now it's solved.
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I just brought my TC3 RTR kit back from the dead today. I'm running in the VTA class with it. Very capable platform for VTA and USGT classes.

A good clean Factory Team TC3 that is nearly mint can still pull $125 or so. Condition and FT versus RTR versions dictate the overall value, if you get a clean RTR chassis look at $100 shipped at most. If the TC3 has seen some high mileage you can probably get it for $70ish shipped.

Parts are still available through Towerhobbies, RCSPEED.net, and ebay. You can get most parts from those 3 sites, some aluminum upgrades are also still available as well.

If you aren't comfortable with the TC3, Associated still sells the TC4 as a Club Racer and parts are readily available just about anywhere.
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