Model: (Click to see more) 58047: Hotshot
Status: Extra info
Date: 9-Apr-2005
Comments: 8
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Hello all fellow TC members and HotShot freaks (I have taken notice of you). A bunch of us know about the Tamiya body called the Winger that fit on various 'shot chassis, but how many of us know about the Parma Wells Coyote??? I had my HotShot upgraded for indoor dirt oval racing and decided this body would work better than the stock one. As you can see, I upgraded the shocks, and those are dyeable wheels all the way around, ball bearings everywhere of course, and instead of good ole 'Crash' under the roof, that is a Tekin or Novak ESC, I was running a 'pocket rocket' brand Pink motor. I hope you enjoy the pic and I hope one day to find another Wells Coyote body to reminisce about the good old days. I know you are all asking, the answer is.... YES I still have the 'head chair' that resides under the car. I think that was the earliest form of 'tweak' board back in those days. This photo dates to 1989.


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VTECBOOST

9-Apr-2005

Yep... I've got one

Crash Cramer

9-Apr-2005

Yea, well David, I know that.

Shodog

9-Apr-2005

These bodies were quite popular back in the day. My friend had on his Hotshot.

Shodog

9-Apr-2005

You could also adapt them to fit on a Fox. They are strange looking as they are loosley modeled after a pikes peak racer piloted by John Wells

cant_get_right2005

4-Jul-2005

ok my search is over...i just won one of these nip off ebay.....was wondering what it looked like...thanks

Crash Cramer

21-Feb-2006

Well now I have bought TWO at a recent hobby shop raid. I will get to make my old racing buggy after all. I don't know if I will be able to get the old shumacher tires I ran on the one in the pic, but close enough.

Pintopower

3-Feb-2014

Where are these hobby shops you keep raiding? Every shop around me has nothing old nor do many know what a 'Ta-mee-ya' is!

Crash Cramer

4-Feb-2014

Sadly, I haven't come across a good hobby shop to raid in recent months and dare I say years. I might have played them all out, but I surely can guarantee I have hit all the ones in Texas that might have sold Ta MY ya cars.


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