Model: (Click to see more) 58123: Dyna Blaster
Status: New built
Date: 31-Aug-2004
Comments: 4
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**PLEASE READ THIS** for anyone looking at this model displayed in my showroom and wondering if I will sell it? PLEASE DON’T ASK!!! I get numerous requests from TC members wanting to buy cars displayed in my Tamiyaclub showroom, and to be honest I get very annoyed when people ask to buy something that is clearly NOT FOR SALE!! This car is part of MY COLLECTION and as such I want to KEEP IT!! So please don’t Email on the off chance that I might sell it to you, if I want to sell any of my cars I will put them up for sale in my TRADE ROOM, so look there to see what cars I am prepared to sell otherwise don’t bother asking cos the only answer you will get is NO!!! thanks for reading this disclaimer. Regards wldnas.

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I've been after one of these trucks for what seems like ages now, but ironacally this particular truck was for sale right under my very nose for ages in the trade room of Evoman ;) but is wasn't until I viewed his wares at the Tamiyaclub summer drive event at Kidderminster that I realised he even had the thing for sale, anyway I snapped it up on the spot for £150 which is a killer bargain given its condition, its totally new built with a cut yet unpainted body and came with all the Decals, manual and left over kits bits, infact everything is there bar the box itself.



These trucks are quite rare to find and normally I don't care much for Sadium type trucks? but there is something about the Dyna Blaster that I really like, and to see a couple of them being driven around the Kidderminster track was quite a sight to behold, they have such a smooth flowing motion as they glide over the bumps, the wide track and low prow aiding its handling performance, this truck that I have bought is totally new built and had never turned a wheel in anger, however the thing does seem to have been thrown together in a bit of a hurry by whoever originally built it as some of the chassis screws were loose? but it wasn't much effort to make sure that all was nice and tight.



The body has not been cut out too well and will need a little minor trimming before I get around to painting the body, the chassis and body shell are a little dusty as well obviously from its time in Evomans posession as he could not decide wether to finsh it or not? but them he managed to buy two more Blasters and this model then became surplus to his needs, which is fortunate for me :) I do plan to paint the body some time soon? and I may start seeking out a DynaRun motor to fit into it, making it a runner will become a priority of mine but not right away, I'm just happy to be able to strike this tamiya car off my wanted list for now ;)

My Dyna Blaster in its current ghostly form. For £150 I got everthing bar the box itself. Theres something I like about its chunky styling. The chassis is totally new built if a bit dusty? its a modified version of the Dyna Storm chassis. But this chassis has the low wide track of an ST.

Comments

fury_dice

31-Aug-2004

The DB's looked so good on the track at Kidder - I can see why you jumped at the chance of one. Great cars.

Evoman

31-Aug-2004

sorry it was a bit dusty but i have had it for over a year and never looked at it too hard. glad that you like it. i have a dynarun motor to put in my will be runner

moosey

31-Aug-2004

Yep, I was one of the nutters with the Dyna Blaster at Kidd. I would stick my neck out & say, I enjoyed it more than all the other cars I ran. Mind you the Dyns Storm comes a very close second Very nice though fella. Enjoy it!

kontemax

1-Sep-2004

I've a Dyna Blaster too. I cannot use it cause I immediatly broke the rear hubs (like glass) and the steerind linkage (like Boemian cristals).
Don't understand why.
Massimo


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