Model: (Click to see more) 99998: Kyosho
Status: Restored
Date: 23-Mar-2007
Comments: 5
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Kyosho made this buggy around 1975, it was the first of the 1/10 scale cars from kyosho. the paenuts 09 has a special gear, it can drive forward and backward. Kyosho also made a electric version in 1977. I think this cars are more rare as a SRB.

I get this one from america today. I have wait 3 long weeks for it. It was not the cheapest buy i think, but i want one so much. It is very dirty but it seams that it was only run a very litlle time. It is in a good condition, all is original nothing missing, the body is without any spures. O.k. it must have a great cleaning and the engine don't turns, but the car is fantastic. With the car comes some spare parts for the transmission. I will update when i clean him.

Now the car is cleaned, it was a very easy job, the car was i a great condition. I will let the paint on the body in the moment, maybe later i will strip and repained it.

so i get the peanuts 09 all parts cleaned the transmission ready for the shelf

If you liked those pictures, you should see these...
Eleck Peanuts, what a name

Comments

EnBeeDee

23-Mar-2007

A rare find indeed.

Ascona1

23-Mar-2007

thanks Neil, i think also this is very rare, but also absolut nice

RCMG-JPN

15-Aug-2007

Hello ! Very thank you for your precious model.
Kyosho 'PEANUT-BUGGY'is also very famous in Japan. Ofcourse,I own the one that has completely restored.This has very unique drive system,
that can run Foward and reverse.But.... runs very slow ! (Because, gear reduction is worm-gear !)
However, it's so funny cute,and pretty,I think...
I'm sure that is be your treasure one. Message from Japan

14-Sep-2007

Just found onw at an auction with the box and extra parts. Really cool concept for the 70's

wldnas

17-Dec-2007

I think you will find that its 1:12 scale and not 1:10 as when you put it next to a 1:10 Tamiya Sand Rover its obviously smaller.


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