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Oh heck, one more. 1/16 scale custom charger build.[ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH] 6 C
Couple more pics. And a ford I made from spare parts.[ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH]
Good fun! Mounted on a Redcat chassis. Have a few friends who have the Traxxas and they are pretty awesome.[ATTACH] [ATTACH]
Track details and those cars are awesome!! Very nice work!!!
Thanks for looking! I got a few more I could post.
I though some of you may get a kick out of this. Not of the best quality, the camera is not so great in the low light. A little tricky...
The blimp looks cool! May have to get one !Keep an eye out a on Ebay for some 1/32 kits. I also find them at flea markets and swap meets.
Thanks! These are all 1/32. The 71 Road Runner is a resin body by Chase Cars. It is mounted on a Artin chassis. The 75 Cordoba and tan 75 Charger...
The mods make a big difference in the handling. Using a adjustable power supply helps out a lot. I think the Carrera power packs are set at 14.5...
The Carrera layout was 17x6 feet. It was a fun track. If I had room I would have kept it set up also. I like the flow of the wood track better....
Nice cars you got! I got the two Daytona's and the 57 Chevy. Do you sand the rear tires at all? You could also try some silicone or urethane rear...
I will make a thread soon on the track!
Awesome track layout you have there! I like all the details around the track. Looks like quite the man cave too! I have been running 1/32 slot...
That Road Runner is a beauty!!! Here are a couple of 1/25 slot car conversions on AMT chassis.
John, that is great. Thanks for the tutorial!
Cool parts! I can look in my junk yard for some odd ball stuff I might have.
That is looking good! I was up at that Hobby Town a few weeks ago and saw those kits. I ended up buying the new Revell Sox and Martin 70' Cuda...
That is some fantastic craftsmanship!!!!!
Looking forward to seeing all these parts!
Nice job on the Charger dodgefreak73!
That turbo set up is pretty wild! That is some cool model engineering going on there!
HA! We got you now!!! :twisted:
Cool build! Check this pic out. Though more based on a L 700.
Yep, his name is John too! Those die cast are addictive! Trying to thin out my stash!
Cool collection John! Nice display too. Glad I could help you with your "addiction"! :cheers:
Those wheels look pretty good on there.
I always liked the Johan kits! I can remember up to the mid 90's picking them up at the hobby shop for $10.00 each! Those builds are cool guys! I...