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Old 04-26-2005, 10:55 PM   #1
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Default Unidentified Car- Thunder Tiger

I just aquired a car in halfway decent shape. It is an older car. The engine is a thunder tiger .10 and it is rear wheel drive.

Does anyone know what this car is?

Does anyone know where i can get parts if they are availible at all?

Is there knowledge of parts transferable from other cars?

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Old 04-27-2005, 07:37 AM   #2
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bmsgaffer86,

Alittle more info would make it a little easier to identify. Or better yet try posting a picture and i'm sure one of us on the boards could help out.
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Old 04-27-2005, 07:49 AM   #3
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Maybe call Associated, now that Thunder Tiger bought them.
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bmsgaffer86,

Alittle more info would make it a little easier to identify. Or better yet try posting a picture and i'm sure one of us on the boards could help out.
Well, the worst part is i dont have much more detail to go on

Here is the pictures:





- Engine was mounted so the clutchbell was facing rear of vehicle
-Looks like it could be set uo for 4 wheel drive because of the inline setup?
-Gear differential to the rear wheels only
-i dont think the tires were stock on this car

Another view: (notice most of the rear is unmounted because it is half taken apart.)

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Thunder tiger " PANDA "

TO OBTAIN PIECES for that car is very dificil I let make does years

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Old 05-04-2005, 04:22 AM   #6
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It sold in Australia as a Thunder Tiger Super combo.

A beginner type car that was only 2wd. It was sold as a RTR with a Hitec designed stick radio and the usual Subaru, Lancer pre painted body.

Yours looks a little modded as standard it came with a front mono shock set-up and the shocks were plastic. They also were prone to breaking the gear box.

If it all works have fun with it but don't waste too much money on it buying hopup's as they weren't the best ever built car.
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