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  1. When I moved a bunch of stuff into storage I bought a bunch of cardboard boxes. I think the measurement was about 20x12x8 or close to that. Just find the most common size and they are cheap, less than 2 dollars a box. I collect mostly on-road touring size and if you just remove the tires, you can usually store 2 cars, with the body on, on their side with the bottom of the chassis touching. I wrap the cars in a plastic bag to protect them. You can add packing material if you want, but it’s not necessary. Then I just label the boxes and you can stack them nice and neat. I also numbered the boxes and made a spreadsheet so I know where everything is. It’s very easy to locate them when I need them.
  2. I will get better pictures up but this set is New In Box and complete. I am in the U.S. and am asking $275.00 plus shipping. If you disagree with my price, please make an actual offer, just please don't just ask "what is the lowest you will take". Thanks for looking.
  3. Hi I am interested in the castrol celica body you have, how much shipped to Canada postal code n3c3w5 thanks

  4. Where are you located? I have this but I’m in the US
  5. Parma, Proline, CRP and even Duratrax used to make a bunch of tires back in the day that fit the stock wheels. They come up occasionally on eBay.
  6. The body sets come with body mounts too!
  7. Thanks. Anybody want it? Just pay shipping from San Diego.
  8. Not even sure it’s Tamiya
  9. Found this nitro stuff. Even a couple new glow plugs. Free to anyone willing to take ALL OF IT. I am in San Diego, just cover shipping.
  10. Does anyone else remember going to these in the late 1990's-earl;y 2000's? They had them around spring at the HQ. I remember seeing people driving on the track and I loved looking at some of the built kits on display. But the best part was the sale section they would set up outside where they would sell incredibly cheap kits and parts. Miss those days...
  11. This is what I have. I think they were mounted but never run. They are not glued to the tires. As you know, the rears are hex mount but I’ll include a set of adapters to mount these on the original 5 holes. Asking $115 shipped anywhere in the U.S. (rest of the world at cost), same price with or without the tires. If you’re interested, let me know.
  12. I attended on Saturday in Pomona and I can say easily one of the most disappointing RC events I’ve ever been to. They combined it with an Outdoor expo to make it seem bigger when all it really was about 10-12 booths with no major manufacturers there,, unless you count FMS, Hitec and Redcat. I used to go to these show years ago and Tamiya, Kyosho, HP,I, Associated, Traxxas etc were well represented along with a lot of good smaller companies.. Even worse, was an “article” in RC Car Action that touted it as “Bigger and Better Than Ever”. Definitely will not go back.
  13. For Tamiya kits…. 1. If it’s a Porsche, I buy it, period. 2. If it’s an M Chassis, I seriously consider it 3. if it’s re-release, I seriously consider it, especially if it has a cool touring body For other brands, really into realistic, scale looking kits, crawlers and drag cars, especially anything Vintage American. Some of the other manufacturers like Traxxas and Kyosho, even Redcat make bodies rivaling Tamiya quality. The Kyosho Fazer series includes the Camaro, Chevelle, GTO, El Camino, Bel Air even a cool looking old Skyline and 240Z. The HPI Trans Am series are also high on my list.
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