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  1. Since everyone here knows the 037 thanks to Tamiya's beautiful kits, figured I'd post this. I'm a Lancia WRC fan first, the RC Lancias drew me to Tamiya. Having owned a Scorpion for many years, this is the car most Monetcarlo/Scorpion owners want!
  2. Simple question... anyone putting any original vintage items under their tree this year? If so, what cool things have you found? (Doesn't have to be Tamiya, and doesn't even have to be R/C - it would be nice to hear of any vintage toys or other gear you're looking forward to).
  3. It's around about this time of year that I start getting excited about the concept of a Winter Build-Off. It's usually an excuse to go buy a cheap-ish kit and build it over the Christmas holidays, adding our own personal touches, knowing that at the same time a handful of other people around the globe are building the exact same kit with their own personal touches. Seeing how many different ideas we all come up with after the event is what makes it more exciting than a plain kit build. Anyone else up for it? For those who haven't done a winter build-off before, it's not a competition and there's no prize, there are 'rules' but they're not strict and if, having bought the kit and got started, you decide you want to go your own way and ignore the rules then it really doesn't matter - it's your kit, it's your build. Some years we've picked a specific kit and everybody goes their own way with design, I think one year we picked a particular theme but the choice of kit was up to the builder. Anyone else fancy joining me and giving me an excuse to buy another toy?