.

.

Search:

Type: Posts; User: endbelldrive

Page 1 of 11 1 2 3 4

Search: Search took 0.01 seconds.

  1. Replies
    22
    Views
    15,557

    Hi again, Charlie. I'm an obscure old racer from...

    Hi again, Charlie. I'm an obscure old racer from the Pacific Northwest...now retired and living in Vancouver, Canada. Ken Kessie's name came up a few years ago and somebody said he was a prominent...
  2. Replies
    22
    Views
    15,557

    Hi Monty, Rick (dc-65x) Thigpen scanned and...

    Hi Monty,
    Rick (dc-65x) Thigpen scanned and originally posted these pages a couple years back...
    ...
  3. Replies
    22
    Views
    15,557

    Hi Charlie...check your PM's...

    Hi Charlie...check your PM's
    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v166/dc65x/Slot%20Blog-1/Tony%20P%201968%20Plumber/TonyPPlateChassis0007.jpg
  4. Replies
    6
    Views
    3,178

    eBay#6023789181 is the correct replacement motor....

    eBay#6023789181 is the correct replacement motor.

    cheers,

    Bob S.:cool:
  5. Replies
    77
    Views
    12,991

    Re: Design and build products that people want.

    They did...they built the EV1 electric car. Unfortunately, you couldn't buy them but could only lease them. the last lease ran out a couple of months ago and most of the cars have been crushed:
    ...
  6. The rules allowed for a maximum body width of...

    The rules allowed for a maximum body width of 1.75" way back when. Rick Thigpen built a plumber on the drop arm inline F1 chassis for the ultra-wide F1 bodies. It's a design that was used after the...
  7. Replies
    30
    Views
    9,786

    Neato! Terrific job, Rick and great choice of...

    Neato! Terrific job, Rick and great choice of subject matter. That is an awesome looking motor too. Gotta love those old inline F1s. Hard to believe that the original race was run one year before...
  8. Replies
    4
    Views
    1,836

    Hey Sam: Good show and welcome to the world of...

    Hey Sam:

    Good show and welcome to the world of scratchbuilding. There is a list of tools (you don't need all of them!) and a bit of discussion of each at this website:
    ...
  9. Replies
    15
    Views
    6,372

    Kay-El, what were you racing back then? I've got...

    Kay-El, what were you racing back then? I've got that mag somewhere in my archives. It was all glossy paper and I bought it along with the blue Parma controller, Mura unbalanced Group12 motor,...
  10. Replies
    18
    Views
    6,300

    Great production and I'm looking forward to the...

    Great production and I'm looking forward to the DVD(s?), Adam. What happened to the credits at the end of the show? I missed seeing your name up in lights!:confused:

    cheers,

    Bob S.:cool:
  11. Replies
    8
    Views
    3,590

    Man, those cars are ancient.:D You could slap a...

    Man, those cars are ancient.:D You could slap a couple of Dokk's MAC pro bodies on those late 70s-early 80s monorails. You'll end up with a neat little daily driver with a little judicious use of...
  12. Replies
    54
    Views
    12,280

    Well done, Adam...except they chopped the credits...

    Well done, Adam...except they chopped the credits at the end. Didn't get to see your name up in lights.

    cheers,

    Bob S.:p
  13. Replies
    77
    Views
    19,153

    What are we going to do about the brass guide...

    What are we going to do about the brass guide flag insert? I don't have any old drop arms left. Maybe somebody could stamp out a bunch of those 1.25" X .042" drop arms. I could use a couple of...
  14. Replies
    9
    Views
    5,612

    I know you said you don't have time to tinker but...

    I know you said you don't have time to tinker but see if you can hit the "sweet spot" with regards to the gear ratio. It would be ideal if you can break early and get that big old motor to coast or...
  15. Replies
    77
    Views
    19,153

    I'll take a couple too if it ain't too much...

    I'll take a couple too if it ain't too much trouble. Thanks Rick.

    cheers,

    Bob S.:cool:
  16. Replies
    29
    Views
    7,155

    I just like the sights and smells of the 1963-73...

    I just like the sights and smells of the 1963-73 pro stuff. If I get to share it with a handful of others...great...but it doesn't diminish my love of that old junk even though I can't afford to buy...
  17. Replies
    15
    Views
    6,372

    Timely posting Rick. I'm contemplating putting a...

    Timely posting Rick. I'm contemplating putting a 1973 era wing kit on my MAC Ferrari coupe and wasn't sure where to start. Interesting pic of what I assume is one of Monty@BOW's iso customer...
  18. Replies
    29
    Views
    7,155

    Thanks for posting the pics Edo. I tried to give...

    Thanks for posting the pics Edo. I tried to give them the feel of vintage frames even though they are constructed with new Rehco inline brackets.

    Larry, I'm crossing over to the other...
  19. Replies
    24
    Views
    6,086

    That's a real collector's dream...a Dave Bloom...

    That's a real collector's dream...a Dave Bloom body for PVA...the box and a letter to boot.:p

    cheers,

    Bob S.:cool:
  20. Replies
    15
    Views
    6,315

    The MAC-V15 Lola T160 Can Am is also perfect but...

    The MAC-V15 Lola T160 Can Am is also perfect but you gotta have the 1 piece vac formed interior with the little guy with the face not the closed face helmet job that is so common these days.:)
    ...
  21. Replies
    29
    Views
    7,155

    Professor...I agree with your sentiments. I...

    Professor...I agree with your sentiments. I don't race anymore because there are no tracks in my immediate area that don't race anything (edit: jeez, a double negative!) other than plastic...
  22. Replies
    19
    Views
    7,475

    Thanks, Monty

    Any chance of somebody taking a picture or two of race this weekend? Kinda like the old days with Model Car Science and Car Model race reports. We get the information sooner and in color BUT the...
  23. Replies
    22
    Views
    5,125

    Ahoy, welcome aboard slowjim! It's always nice...

    Ahoy, welcome aboard slowjim! It's always nice to see something hand-made. There's an art to fitting those skinny bodies over those tall axle tubes and long guide leads...I just haven't figured it...
  24. There was another thread with some early Mike...

    There was another thread with some early Mike Swiss steel frames that Regor had in his collection but those pics are long gone too.

    cheers,

    Bob S.
  25. Replies
    19
    Views
    7,475

    Monty...a coupla quick questions. What are you...

    Monty...a coupla quick questions. What are you using for front wheels? Is the 36D can drive inline soldered or bolted in? What gear ratios are working well on the King? Are you using old 36D...
Results 1 to 25 of 254
Page 1 of 11 1 2 3 4