You smell it? Smells like cheese, hu?

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You smell it? Smells like cheese, hu?

Post by Romeo » Thu Feb 22, 2018 8:54 pm

Cheese fondue 'n Fendant?

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I am Romeo from Switzerland, been in the r/c hobby for years.

I fly r/c planes during summer and enjoy to wrench r/c cars during winter.

Have a seat, friends of my friends are my friends...

Romeo.
From Switzerland with love...
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Re: You smell it? Smells like cheese, hu?

Post by Basher67 » Thu Feb 22, 2018 9:21 pm

welcome to the forum

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Re: You smell it? Smells like cheese, hu?

Post by Romeo » Thu Feb 22, 2018 9:42 pm

Thanks buddy.

White wine? Feldschlösschen? :wink:
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Post by NomadRacer » Thu Feb 22, 2018 9:43 pm

Welcome my friend with da cheese! :mrgreen:
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Post by Romeo » Thu Feb 22, 2018 10:08 pm

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Santé NomadRacer!
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Post by Lonestar » Fri Mar 02, 2018 9:48 am

@Romeo ... we're neighbours, I'm close to Morges, just saw where you are located :mrgreen: For all I know, we might even have met before as this is a rather small community!

Where do you run your cars (I assume you run modern, too)?

Tcho bonne,
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Re: You smell it? Smells like cheese, hu?

Post by Romeo » Tue Mar 06, 2018 3:34 pm

Hey Paul!

Maybe we've met, I can't tell. Maybe we should meet to be sure... :mrgreen:

To speak true, I haven't touched my car transmitter for a while. For now, I just spend time behind the workbench refreshing my old stuffs.

I had decided, at least I made my mind, to make a visit at the SIORC last 24th february, but nothing went as planned.

The YZ-4 I bought for the event is still in the box, as well as the Mabushi RS-380 for it. (perfect match to my driving skills) :mrgreen:

Btw, I would be pleased to race a vintage class for fun. If you have any info I don't have... .

Tout de bon,

Romeo.
From Switzerland with love...
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Re: You smell it? Smells like cheese, hu?

Post by vintagerulez » Tue Mar 06, 2018 6:48 pm

Aahh, more swiss power here ! :D
Excellent ! welcome to the forum. I just joined myself not long ago.
Salutations du canton Bale campagne. :wink:
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Re: You smell it? Smells like cheese, hu?

Post by Lonestar » Fri Mar 09, 2018 1:20 pm

Romeo wrote:
Tue Mar 06, 2018 3:34 pm
Hey Paul!

Maybe we've met, I can't tell. Maybe we should meet to be sure... :mrgreen:

To speak true, I haven't touched my car transmitter for a while. For now, I just spend time behind the workbench refreshing my old stuffs.

I had decided, at least I made my mind, to make a visit at the SIORC last 24th february, but nothing went as planned.

The YZ-4 I bought for the event is still in the box, as well as the Mabushi RS-380 for it. (perfect match to my driving skills) :mrgreen:

Btw, I would be pleased to race a vintage class for fun. If you have any info I don't have... .

Tout de bon,

Romeo.

1- shame you couldn't make it to the last round of the SIORC - RS-380 or not :(
2- there's a big vintage meet coming up close to Chambery end-May - I'm thinking about going, but can't guarantee I'll make it. PM me if you want more info!
3- you can still race a vintage(-ish) car at the SIORC next year. I can proudly say I've done it :mrgreen: Any worlds car with the 12mm hex adapter kit would do :idea:

to our friend from Bale-Campagne: adjeeeeuuuu! :D

Tchuss!
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