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Peter Christie
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what is it, what do i ask for when looking for spares and can I get different body shells. Anything information is useful.
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non-magnet, great fun to drive and possibly fast..my straights are no long enough..and if not drinking a really good car to learn with as my magnet car speeds/confidence have doubled. Rear tyres are soft so it slides/struggles for grip...is it supposed to?




 

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Peter Christie
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Hi Nitro.
Looks like a Parma 'Home Set' car chassis to me. They do a good selection of slightly wonky looking vac-form bodies for it.
Go to www.parmapse.com, click on slot racing and then Bodies. The home set stuff is just below the 1/24 list.
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Lowrider.
 

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Phil Kalbfell
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Nitro: It is a Parma womp,tyres may have "Gone Off" If they feel dry and they may have aged. These chassis make good conversions. They are a bit too wide but cut down they can bee fitted to an assortment of bodies. I have fitted several to Cammaro/mustang size cars. The motor could be either a home set or a normal 16d. The home set arm is about 4 ohms resistance and should be suitable for home tracks geared about 3.5:1. SCX armatures can be fitted to these cans if it is too fast to drive.

Phil
 
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