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Martin De Ath
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Hi there folks...

Here is a very simple conversion, using a Pioneer Charger and some Carrera Willys Coupe wheels and tyres.

The Willys Coupe rear wheels and tyres are a "very" tight fit into the Pioneer chassis/body, and needed a few mods to fit, but together with the earlier Charger front grill and rear lights, It gives the Charger a real modern "Super Muscle Car" look.

I hope you like it..

All the best.. Martin De'Ath.




 

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Oh that is about as good as it gets, costs you a hot rod but wow.

OK, lets see if anyone can find better wheels to put onto a classic Mustang / Charger or Camero ?
 

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Peter Rondel
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its so good that I scrolled do.wn to see the result.........these wheels were made for this car. Eventhough I like the other hubs as well. maybe under a dune buggy!
 

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QUOTE (Pioneer @ 22 Jul 2011, 17:10) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>Slotcar porn right there Martin. Fab & groovy.

Jules
Jules,

Maybe you should look at producing spare "after Market" wheels ;-)
 

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Robb
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Awsome - both those cars!
 

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Martin De Ath
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Hi there folks..

Colin (Wraith).... I have not yet tried it on the track, but this coming Tuesday, I will take it to my local Pendle slot car club, to give it a few laps around the track. I will then let you know how it runs.

I have also posted a couple of photos of a Camaro which I built a while back, also fitted with large "Bling" wheels. It originally started life as a 1:32 scale R/C car. Now the body sits on an early Scalextric chassis.
All the best.. Martin.


 
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