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Old 06-20-2005, 07:11 PM   #11
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They 1/5th scale stuff is really neat, I used to have a H.A.R.M. Viper, pretty neat stuff. The scale looking bodies are awesome too, and nothing beats the smell of the gasoline, the bad news though, bodies are well over $100, tire&rims are REALLY, REALLY expensive, especially the sedan style, and wrenching on the car in the winter. Bringing one of those inside isn't really a good idea....
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Old 06-22-2005, 11:03 AM   #12
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Bringing one of those inside isn't really a good idea....
Not unless you REALLY LOVE the smell of gasoline.

As far as I know, all fifth scales are pull start. I haven't seen one that wasn't.
Any landing you can drive away from, is a good landing
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Old 06-22-2005, 11:30 AM   #13
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I had a Bergonzoni (sp). It was fun but I had nowhere to race it here. Lost it in an industrial park and almost put it through a storefront window but bounced off the wall below and stopped spinning. no damage, just bent the body a bit. A small gas tank of mixed lasts forever. Funny there were about 8 people that had them here but we never got together.

I'd like to have an off road one. We'd need to modify a track for them (Mike had a traxxas buggy out and it got hung up in places.). Thanks for the links... checking them out
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