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The reason I started to build some laser cut chassis was that at my first meeting there were only a handful of scratch built cars , the rest were pitlane or plastic chassis. I expected most to be of the brass and piano wire type , so I decided to encourage people by producing simple jigsaw puzzle type kits which they could assemble themselves, hoping it would lead to them scratchbuild cars in future , perhaps you could say a stepping stone .the performance of these is not greatly different from a well prepared plastic car , on some tracks it is slower. Now I have kept the chassis simple , I could develop them to the nth degree resulting in a chassis costing perhaps £135 , but this is not in the interest of anyone .I produce a simple bolt together solution for a range of hard body's that is robust enough to take a hard knock without getting bent .
However I have no problem if people vote to ban them , and I'm more than happy to make myself wire and brass chassis
Richard.
 

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I can understand where your coming from and I would like nothing better than seeing 40 cars built to the standard that the 2 Micks produce (Kerr and Langridge),this is never going to happen.
 

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As for the concourse points , it's fine as it is
I don't expect people to get points for a chassis I have built , however if they buy a kit and assemble then they should get some reward.
 
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