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  1. Sorry matey been busy the last couple of weeks. Yeah pretty much
  2. Fighter buggy rx was my intro to tamiya way back when. My wallet now wishes I`d walked on by!!! Would love another mad bull but struggled to find stock lately
  3. I know each and every person in the wide wide world of Tamiya absolutely adores the use of driver figures but Does anyone know which X or XF pot is closest to denim? Err the Levi`s variety not the 1970`s splash on for us pulling machines
  4. Seems like it with the dates you`ve given for each model.
  5. If its the 18v combi forget it. Breeze or cement only.
  6. I`d actually still like a Mk1 Freelander. Would work quite nice on a High set up TT-02
  7. And a MK2 escort body
  8. I agree with @OCD mind. We should have more hardbodies although I can understand the cost implications, I said in the dream models thread a hardbody Defender would be good
  9. presumably you mean the 1/10 stuff? the trucks are all hardbody still
  10. Still using old faithful. Must be knocking on 12 year old now and still going strong. The impact driver that came with it gets regular work use screwing bath feet into floors and it's still away like a good un. Use dewalt bits at work but they don't fit the Tamiya screws that we'll so what's everyone's bits of choice?
  11. 2mm styrene sheets? I`ve managed decent results by scoring and bending. I have even manged one or two decent rolled corners using a lighter to warm and a bit of copper pipe out the van to use as a former
  12. If they ever release Colin CHapmans finest I wouldnt want to drive it. That has glass protected shelfer written all over it
  13. D90 in a hard body. Lexan is too flimsy for attachments like a tow hitch.
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