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  1. I've rescued my original SuperChamp racer from the clutches of a friend I'd given it to long ago. Other than no longer having the Thorp diff or any good remaining tires (probably gave ten different sets with the car!), it's as complete as it used to be. The original bits and pieces disappeared long ago, I've picked up some re-re spares to replaced cracked and broken bits. Do I remove all the faux anodizing (Metal tint spray can) and bring all the aluminum bits back to bare metal and try to duplicate it again along with the new bits getting the same treatment? Or go for the blast cabinet finish on everything? I am going to run the car... there's so little left. The Novak and steer servo still work perfectly! Currently restoring an early 'Cadillac' RC10 into a runner, as it was my replacement for the SuperChamp when it just couldn't be kept competitive back in...'84 - '85?
  2. Tamyia Ebay yard Sale Ebay Vintage Sale of NIB Hotshot, TheFrog, SuperChamp and Ford Ranger
  3. Hi, My CRP Superbuggy is looking for a new playmate! She can be found on Ebay.com, titled: "CRP Superbuggy - modified Tamiya Super Champ SRB 1/10 - vintage" Auction ends on Tuesday, June 14. A bit stressy timeframe, sorry about that. Hope you'll catch her.
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