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    These have been available in North America for...

    These have been available in North America for over 5 years now.

    I think I'm over 40 part numbers in very scale apearing wheels and must have at least 60 different styles of inserts in different...
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    It is the Dynamic handling version of this body ...

    It is the Dynamic handling version of this body

    http://www.hattersley-photography.com/Subject-Areas/Transportation/imagepages/image36.htm
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    Deffinately a Lola T160. It has the wrong...

    Deffinately a Lola T160.

    It has the wrong sholder vents, and windsheild shape for a McLaren.

    And, EVERYTHING is wrong for it to be a MKee MKVII
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    Polar Lights are plastic. I have a couple of...

    Polar Lights are plastic. I have a couple of their Torino's and they are terribly inacurate.
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    Well, I was a little more generous than you guys....

    Well, I was a little more generous than you guys.

    "Have you made a mistake on you're buy it now price? These 4 cars are just very common garden variety Dynamic chassis that sell every day on ebay...
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    Well, you are the guy that started slammin, not...

    Well, you are the guy that started slammin, not me. I thought, and still think, despite my obvious laziness at not using spell check, that my first reply was very reasonable, and that your rebutal...
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    Yes, they were specialy molded in a different...

    Yes, they were specialy molded in a different type of plastic specialy adapted for the rigors of slot racing.

    I believe the plastic was called Cycolac, and was used by AMT and Cox as well.

    They...
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    Holy smokes Gar, get a grip. How can saying...

    Holy smokes Gar, get a grip.

    How can saying something is not what somene suggests is not what it is be criticism.

    Somebody wanted some information on a body, you and Don came up with a good...
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    Sorry guys, deffinately not a Russkit. Don't...

    Sorry guys, deffinately not a Russkit.

    Don't know what it is, but, it's not a Russkit.
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    They look like Stromies to me too Don.

    They look like Stromies to me too Don.
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    Larry, now you are realy confused (even more than...

    Larry, now you are realy confused (even more than normal Eh!) Rocky's 3" strip car refference is to a Cooper Monaco, and NOT a Cobra.

    Basically the last version of the Monogram Cooper Ford with...
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    I believe they also used the all aluminium 3.5L...

    I believe they also used the all aluminium 3.5L Buick V8 as well.
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    Sorry Nick, not even close to the same car. The...

    Sorry Nick, not even close to the same car. The one you show is a Cooper Monaco, one of the quickest and sweetest handling cars of it's era.

    The one the guys are talking about has little in...
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    All my wheels are done on highspeed CNC turning...

    All my wheels are done on highspeed CNC turning centres(fancy name for CNC Lathe).
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    Daryl, soldering is one of the easiest skills to...

    Daryl, soldering is one of the easiest skills to learn. You just have to know three very simple things things.

    1: The metal HAS TO BE CLEAN

    2: You need good clean flux.

    3: You need LOTS OF...
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    Actually, I never used a jig at all for any of my...

    Actually, I never used a jig at all for any of my building untill maybe about 3 years ago.

    Was always gonna build one, but never did.

    I mostly use throw away ones out of wood, although, so far...
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    Here's one I built for building a specific...

    Here's one I built for building a specific chassis, namely my Brass Tube n Billit Bracket Trombone chassis.

    http://www.bwaslotcars.com/bwa_original/images/Jigs-n-Fixtures/Chassis-Jig-01.jpg
    ...
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    Looks rather a heavey Lump don't it???????

    Looks rather a heavey Lump don't it???????
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    Send me your addy.

    Send me your addy.
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    I made my own glass for mine, even tho I had the...

    I made my own glass for mine, even tho I had the model kit glass.

    I used flat lexan (cut out of some TSRF packaging. Thanks Doc) for the back window, cut close to size then tacked in with crazy...
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    Didn't mention the rubber bands, because, they...

    Didn't mention the rubber bands, because, they prolly won't make any difference.

    Mine doesn't use them or need them. It's the upstop and some forward weight that will stop the deslotting. Also,...
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    No, the wire just hooks under the spring.

    No, the wire just hooks under the spring.
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    The main real one and only reason for shunted...

    The main real one and only reason for shunted brushes is to stop the spring from carrying any current which has a tendency to overheat the spring.

    This stops the spring from overheating and...
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    YIKES!!!
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    I don't know about crown gears, but, I do make a...

    I don't know about crown gears, but, I do make a pretty nifty inline motor bracket that works in both 1/32 and 1/24 scales.
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