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  1. New/Unbuilt from a kit. It will include an instruction manual. This will build you a slider, so NO WHEELS/TIRES/BODY/MOTOR/ESC/RADIO/SERVOS. Asking $80.00 OBO shipped anywhere in U.S.
  2. It’s a very easy mount. For the front, the brat body mount is a direct fit. For the rear, you have to get a little creative. Here is a runner and another work in progress. As far as performance. They still look good and perform much better than the SRB Chassis. Hope this helps.
  3. Thanks jonboy. I think Proline just released an 80's Camaro for drag cars so this look would be easier to do on the bigger/ longer chassis. Only problem I see is finding a wide enough light bar. Even this one was almost too narrow.
  4. I did one with a TA01/02. Looks good but won’t be competitive due to limited drive ratios. See here I don’t know how easy it is to get Traxxas parts out there but I think the slash is the way to go. Easy to work on and very durable. Check out my Slash conversion here
  5. A friend of mine gave me a bunch of clod parts. He used to race clods back in the early 90s. Among the parts was a set of Twinn-K Low Profile Sponge Slicks that look like they were made for stock clod wheels. Has anyone ever seen these before, or even better has anyone ran them? It would seem to that due to the smaller tire diameter and the fixed pinion size on the gearboxes, they would make the truck very slow unless you put in a lower turn motor.
  6. The body can also fit a CC01 chassis. While those aren’t great performers either, they are better than that ORV chassis, plus you get to use 12mm hex all around and get 4WD.
  7. Does anyone have a couple of the rear alloy body mounts shown in the picture. These are for a F103LM, not sure if the regular 103 uses the same ones. They are about 23mm top to bottom. Thanks
  8. what voltage do they use? You can probably find a small lipo that will work, maybe the kind they use in transmitters.
  9. yes I love cars, in every scale. My RC preferences tend to mimic my 1:1 tastes and I really like American Muscle from the 60s to the modern stuff. Back to the Nova, Proline calls them “tuffcolor” I think. It’s a blacked molded glossy lexan, see pic below. I used Spaz Stix Matte Spray which turned it into a bit of a dark grey although the pics show it a little lighter than it really is. ive also used the spray on the black hood and spoilers I painted on this Challenger SRT392. it came out more of a true flat black, and I was very happy with it.
  10. The painted one is a 1/10 200mm HPI body The larger one is a Proline No Prep Drag body., designed for the Traxxas Slash or Associated DR10. They are called 1/10 but are really closer to a 1/8 scales I would say.
  11. I don’t know about the decals but I have a new Associated factory painted body in that scheme. If you’re in the US, maybe we can work out a deal.
  12. Clod Chevy set sold. Everything else still available.
  13. Looks great. I had the original Tamiya bulbs around 1988, they had more of a yellow look and definitely not as bright..
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