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Old 05-23-2005, 02:55 PM   #1
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Default Help Identifying Two EP hunks of Junk

So typical story:
A friend hears I'm into RC and says:
"Hey, I used to have RC cars, they are sitting in the Garage you can have them"
*Cringe* cause you know whats coming.....junk.
Not that the brand or style is junk, just the condition.
So now I have a really old 10th pan car an 10th Stadium Truck.
And for once, I agree with my wife!
"Get that junk out of the house"
I don't want to just throw them out, but I really don't feel like rebuilding them. It would probably cost more in parts than to buy a new car.
Can anybody Identify these cars so I can post them somewhere?
I know the pan is AE and the truck is Losi but I can't find the model names.
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Old 05-23-2005, 03:42 PM   #2
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looks to me like a Team Losi JRX-T http://www.theshreves.com/rc_stuff/losi_jrxt.htm
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Old 05-23-2005, 03:46 PM   #3
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The JRX-T had a graphite chassis and 5-link rear suspension. That one has a plastic chassis and rear H-arms so that would make it the Jr. T. Basically the same thing though.
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The truck is a Losi Junior T. The JRx-T had a graphite chassis.

The car is a RC10-L I think.
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Yeah, both kits look like plastic, not Graphite.
Where are pics of a RC10L to compare too?
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Old 05-23-2005, 04:38 PM   #6
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The truck is a Junior T for sure. My dad has a mint JRX-T and a Junior T I dunno abotu the pan car though.

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It's a 10L Fiberglass chassis. And as others have said, Jr. T.
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Old 05-23-2005, 06:41 PM   #8
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Both of them appear to be in good condition considering their age. You'll get more for it on eBay than you might think.
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Old 05-23-2005, 06:50 PM   #9
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The pan car is a hand-made copy of a 10L. It has 10L front end and t-bar, but the rest of the parts are scrapped from other cars. You guys are right about the truck.
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The pan car is a hand-made copy of a 10L. It has 10L front end and t-bar, but the rest of the parts are scrapped from other cars. You guys are right about the truck.

Judging from the narrowness of the pod and the fact that the 3rd T-bar hole doesn't line up, it looks like a 10L SS (superspeedway) rear pod. Judging by the style graphite on the bottom pod plate, it's most likely a compositecraft aftermarket piece.

Chalk up one more vote for Jr. T on the other one.

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