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hello well glad u enjoy the pics i have a more ill post....
purple truck is a 1/10proline toyota body its about 8 years old and i havent seen one since!!! so im not sure where you can find them.. its mostly custom built....the green one is a 1/24 explorer body from revell/monogram with ssmt trans and axles custom built as well i find its more fun to buy a kit dismantle it and build my own!!
im very familiar with it i have 1 t-maxx 3 emaxxs 1 vmgcrawler 1tlt pro racing set up carbon fiber doen out wiht some aluminum 1 hpi nitro mt 2 staduim truck and right now its all on hold and i am putting money to my truck
Hey, On this topic - I was looking at selling my Xmod, was gonna put it up on Ebay, but might as well see if anyone here is interested. It's about 90% aftermarket aluminum parts, lots of custom shit done, Lithium cells, etc etc. Extra parts and shit coming out my ass. If anyone is interested PM me and i'll getcha more detailed information.
This thing is 1:28th scale and does probably somewhere in the area of 35mph when opened up.
oh...and i learned an important lesson today. tape off the whole part you don't want painted, because no matter how good a painter you are, you'll always get overspray. still not too bad for my first one though if i do say so myself.
Death solves all problems. No man, no problems.
Last edited by Halo : 01-21-2007 at 06:09 PM.
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