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  1. Ripping the bandage and furthering the purge. Sealed kit. Open to offers.
  2. This is the third body set and I'm tingly just thinking about parting with it. It is mint, everything included and unopened. Body, parts, plastics and decals. This is for someone who can't live without it, if you know what this is then you know how seldom you will come across one. Open to offers.
  3. This is the second of three body sets that I've been collecting that I think I've decided to sell. New in bag, never opened. Decals, body and parts. I haven't determined a price on these, still getting used the the idea that I'm letting them go. Open to offers.
  4. I have a few body sets that I've been collecting that I think I've decided to sell. This is the first. New in bag, never opened. Decals, body and parts. I haven't determined a price on these, still getting used the the idea that I'm letting them go. Open to offers.
  5. Thanks, you confirmed my gut. I come from the classic car rule of thought that "it's only original once". A concept that's been drilled into my head whenever talking to the purists about old cars. I think I'll go ahead and order a re-released kit and and satisfy my itch that way and put this away for safe keeping. I'd rather build one to enjoy rather than worrying about destroying something I couldn't find again, but I'll certainly get the LeMans livery. It's too cool. I was a buggy guy as a kid and remember how fun it was to build and run and when my son showed even a glimmer of interest it was any easy decision to get a more modern kit and relive the past. These are infinitely more affordable to collect than their full-sized likenesses. Yet another plus. Looking forward to being a part of the forum.
  6. I came across an original TA03R-S 911 GT1 and snapped it up to have some fun but now I'm having second thoughts. This is an original still in the plastic wrap. So the question is, should I just buy a re-issue and keep this as is? I have no idea if it has any real value beyond preservation of the past, but it has to be somewhat uncommon right? I bought this along with a Nikko 959 and some other Japanese r/c because I have a problem that maybe you'd understand. What do we think?
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