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Thread: Can anyone help identify this Chassie ??

  1. #1
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    Can anyone help identify this Chassie ??

    I recently got this chassie .. i believe its a lou pirro or a saunders .. but it does not look like the pirro chassies i do have or any saunders i have seen .. if anyone knows who made this please let me know

    sorry for the crappy picture

    thank you
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    I think it is a Mossetti................
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    Yep,

    It may be an early 2000-2004 version. Great cars.
    " A little less whining and a little more driving should cure the problem "
    Ronald R. Van Wagnen

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    hmmm thats really interesting .. i have had a mossetti that was a 04-05 that looked like a horky .. this one looks very close to a pirro or a sauners or a saunders pirro colab piece ! lol

    thanks guys for helping me out .. its got a older koford single in it with a larger pk .. arm is 330 or 340 stack length

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    It's definitely a Mossetti. I think one from about 2002.
    Just FYI,..my first chassis in 1991 has the same conceptual design as all the current day Esport chassis in 1/24. The idea of a central rail attached from the motor box to the guide and each side rail connected at the rear of the chassis through a hinge can be seen on
    the Mack, Saunders, Pirro and Horky chassis'
    Ernie

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    Ernie, why would the front not have "horns"? Were they not commonplace by then?
    Phil Matthews

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    Thank ernie .. i was comparing it also to my 2004 - 2005 es24 you did and there was alote of similarity but the newer one i was comparing it to looks alote like a horky and this one just looks alote more like a lou pirro to me .. thank you for clearing that up though ..i love everything you make .. currently building a 1/32 eurosport 2008 model .. and i am really looking forward to seeing your new chassie once it gets out on the market

    thank you

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