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Old 12-02-2013, 08:35 AM   #1
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What is this? I have looked every where and can't figure it out.-image.jpg
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I don't know what it is, But I know someone who might know and may be interested in purchasing it. Look him up: Hawk123red. or Call him up: Ken at 903-244-2227
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That is an old one. I want to say it's a Jerobee but I'm probably wrong.
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Pan Car in the 70's. Copying the six wheel Tyerrells in Formula1(F1). Pan Car it those days, manufactured model were not out yet. My days of RC Hobby.

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Anyone one else have any ideas?
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I don't know what car this is sorry, is it for sale?
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Yes it is, I just have no idea what to ask with not knowing what is.
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start googling tyrrell P34. it's more than likely a tamiya
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start googling tyrrell P34. it's more than likely a tamiya
I could be wrong but I don't think Tamiya ever made a 1/8th gas Tyrell. I really think it's either a Jerobee or a homemade custom using a lot of Jerobee parts.
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yeah I don't know anything about it. I just googled 6 wheeled rc car and was finding a lot of tamiya stuff of the tyrrell p34
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I would call it 1/10 scale and to the best of my knowledge taymia never made a tyrell in a nitro version. I also highly doubt it is a homemade chassis as the chassis is pressed metal and has a lot of detail to be homemade also if it's if any help it has an OS engine, and the electronics are very old. I've had and sold some of the same electronics in the past and they dated back to the 70's.
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Yeah it is definitely a 70's car. I swear I've seen this thing before but can't find it. Whatever it is, it's rare. Maybe try sending a pic to this guy:

http://goldenyearsrc.com/


Could you post a pic of the rear suspension/drivetrain?
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Have a look at these two links. May be helpfull.
http://a4roues.jimdo.com/
http://yome3000.com/forums-lire.php?id=5319&f=2
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Thats the new Serpent 999. When you turn the name upsidedown, it tells you how many wheels it has
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