Model: (Click to see more) 99999: Misc.
Status: Project
Date: 21-Jun-2013
Comments: 10
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Havent posted anything in a while.Between trying to find parts for restoration projects and racing,it just seems that all projects are not going anywhere....not all gloom.I was able to bag some good deals tho.Can anyone help me with info/identifying the items in the pics.Pic 1 and 2 is a SG car but I'm not sue which.Pic 3 and 4 is the engine that came with the SG car,it has a Serpent emblem on it.Pic 5 and 6 is of a 1/10th buggy.I got it from a friend.He lost the manual and box but says it is a Kyosho.I'm not sure about this but the car does have aluminum wheels.Pic 7 and 8 is a radio i bort from a local model plane flyer.Its metal and not the normal plastic.Any info on any of these items will be greatly appreciated.Thanks in advance.Shady

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Rayman011

21-Jun-2013

Pic 5 and 6 is a cheap generic buggy sold under a few different names (Cobra, Panther plus a couple of others I can't remember). It came in 4wd and 2wd.

Puffdog

21-Jun-2013

Thanks Rayman.I kinda figured something like that when i couldnt find any info.Still trying to find anything on this generic buggy.

Rayman011

21-Jun-2013

Look here mate. [Click here]

RC racer

21-Jun-2013

Pic 5 & 6 were marketed as a Cobra here in Australia. Great Vigour is the manufacturer.

Truck 4x4x4

21-Jun-2013

The SG should be a 111 S, but I have to check in my old SG catalogs to be 100% sure. The engine is a modern model.

Puffdog

21-Jun-2013

Thanks RC racer.Rayman i just found that model shop,i will most likely renew it even though its a generic knock off...lol.Thanks for the link.@ Truck4x4x4...any info is much appreciated.

scollins

21-Jun-2013

really interesting car.....i am not sure i've seen one like this one.

mongoose1983

28-Jun-2013

Ah, you can't beat the vintage stuff, can you.

Crash Cramer

23-Nov-2013

That is a neat old radio set you got there, didn't know O.S. ever did radiosets.

Crash-Chris

1-Nov-2014

Hi shaheed

The Serpent engine is a model 'P5' with a cooling head of a S-power six port engine. The Serpent engine range started with a 5 port S-power engine followed by the 8 port (ULTRA rare) and than the 6-port S-power, followed by yhe P5 series wich were produced by Picco.


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