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  1. if you have access to a 3D printer, there is a model on thingiverse (https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2914461) with the grille, bumpers etc. You may need to scale a little though,
  2. RC Hobbyland in Australia has one, not too sure what postage from Australia is, but would have to be better than from the North side https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/185017213846?epid=3044914932&hash=item2b13e2a396:g:JiQAAOSwrtdhJ2pI I just received a Kyosho Tomahawk from them and shipping was pretty cheap (was with Australia though) and sent pretty quickly too.
  3. thats a great amount of info you have compiled!
  4. This is truely sad news, RIP Shodog
  5. great restore and the white lettering on the tires would make it even better!
  6. I might as well put in my 2 cents. I snipe, and I snipe for a couple of reasons. 1. it means I don't have to worry about forgetting to bid 2. I can set a limit. now I can do both of those with just a normal bid, which brings me to reason 3 3. it tends to keep prices down. So the highest bidder will always win, but if there are more bidders on an item, and other bidders know this, I have noticed that the bids tend to go higher, its like people get carried away and have to have the item at any cost. So if I leave any bids until the last moment, there is less of chance to drive bids up. Best was to leave bids at the last moment is to program it. Sure some people might think it's sneaky, I think its just smart and its completely within the rules. If Ebay didn't like it, the could just extend the auction if say a bid comes in, in the last minute for example. That would kill the sniper industry overnight and I am surprised they don't do this. This is roughly how normal , traditional auctions work anyway.
  7. interesting topic. I make movie props, but more printed things like signage, passports, documents, etc.
  8. there is a mirror on thingiverse, but its not exactly the same, but close https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2787758
  9. that looks good! Looking forward to seeing in mounted on a chassis
  10. Wild One wheels would look good. Just about any from the Frog/Hornet/Fox range will fit though, I've tried a few in the past and any of them are certainly easier to get!
  11. I have some other guide books around that era, but they all have that photo. I've scanned it in, so its higher res, but really there isn't a lot more detail. PM me if you want the scan
  12. ok, the 1996 book only has that image and a TA02 Racing Special Chassis Kit which is the bath tub. I'd try and do a hi res scan with the phone. I have some other guide books, I will check what's in them.
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