Model: (Click to see more) 58163: Rover Mini Cooper Rally
Status: New built
Date: 30-Oct-2004
Comments: 10
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Found some more used hopup parts on Yahoo - Alloy fron and rear wheel hubs and upper rod, 2 carbon side plates...but missing the down/bottom plates, or you can't hold the battery...but what the heck, I am not going to run this car anyway. The rear alloy arms and bottom carbon plates are my next quest..........look at the conversion history of my mini in my TC showroom.




Alloy front hub Alloy rear hubs and upper rods

Comments

ideal2k

30-Oct-2004

Oh my god, what have you done to that car? Looks great!

Onetenth

30-Oct-2004

What a sharp looking M01 car!! I guess the 'original' one is still there..LOL...

Scorchio

2-Nov-2004

WOW This is a beauty!!!! i did'nt realise there was so much stuff for this chassis! Is the 4wd conversion a kit or home build?

Yangtao

2-Nov-2004

Scorchio my friend, 4wd was a coversion kit by Tech, so did most of this cars' hopups...but I am not sure about the carbon plates..

djderk

17-Dec-2004

Only just seen this......Yes Yes Yes...... Sorry I have just c*m.....Very nice work. I have to build me one of them.

SubaruBrattJunkie

9-Feb-2005

This is a super car! I hope that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, cause I am going to imitate it!

Yangtao

11-Feb-2005

thanx for appreciation...i am lucky that i can still find these hopups locally...can't wait to yours

boogyloop

16-May-2005

Sniff Sniff, Cry Cry, if only i could find a TECH 4wd kit! mind i have just got me grubby mits on a Tech Belt kit but that only half of what i need! Can you still get them locally??

Yangtao

17-May-2005

boogyloop, not sure, but i knew there is a M02L version available in a local shop, have to check again....

minijosh

17-May-2005

Such a sweet looking car. 2 thumbs up on the project man. So it's a belt driven car? I want more photos.


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