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Yokomo Works 91 Super Dog Fighter Project.

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Things are starting to come together :D , I haven't received any of this stuff yet but I have won/purchased it and await delivery. These images are from ebay I hope it's ok to use them, if any of the image owners object please let me know and I will remove them. I have some other parts not pictured courtesy of Shodog to try when I get my hands on the car.
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and it comes with this.
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and it comes with this.
and it comes with this.
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This took some finding-
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This took some finding-
This took some finding-
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Thanks again Kenooze sir.
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Thanks again Kenooze sir.
Thanks again Kenooze sir.
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gratitude to Kenooze.
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gratitude to Kenooze.
gratitude to Kenooze.
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Still sat in the U.S. waiting on a friend bringing it back to me.
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Still sat in the U.S. waiting on a friend bringing it back to me.
Still sat in the U.S. waiting on a friend bringing it back to me.
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Post by carloco8 »

Oooooooo, a new body and UNDER TRAY!!! Something every Yoke owner needs. Guaranteed to look nice when done! :wink:

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Arrgghh! I wanna hunt that tray down! :twisted: :twisted:

Can you get anymore mate?? ;) ;)

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Sorry Tom I wish :( , it was an ebay win, only one available I believe, you could ask the seller.

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&rd=1&item=160083219420&ssPageName=STRK:MEWN:IT&ih=006
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Post by hkp »

No sweat mate :D

I wonder if we could get them re-pro'd? I know a number of folks who would pay good money even for a repro tray.

Its up to you though fella. Nice win by the way. :)

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Post by Synergy »

tomstacey wrote:No sweat mate :D

I wonder if we could get them re-pro'd? I know a number of folks who would pay good money even for a repro tray.

Its up to you though fella. Nice win by the way. :)
If anyone wants to offer the service with a guarantee the original will come back undamaged I would be happy to help.
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I'll take care of it guys.... it just might take some time.

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Post by hkp »

Really? That would be awesome if we could get some repros going.. I'm happy to put some money up front and guarantee at least 5 sales (i.e. I'll take 5 trays).

If you guys wanna talk more PM me and we'll get something going perhaps?

p.s. I mailed the seller Feretti and he said he had no more available. I'm not surprised, Its probably the last one left in the UK!!

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Post by hkp »

Interestingly guys.. I just found this on the auction site..

Yoke Shell

The shell is totally different.. but I'm wondering how similar the undertray may be.. Any of you lot remember the Parma Dogfighter shell?

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I can check the differences when I get home, as I have one of each, the original and the Parma.

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Thanks Jay.. I appreciate all your help on this.. :D

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Not a problem. I will do what I can.

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Here is the parma tray:

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Post by hkp »

It looks a lot narrower.. its certainly a different shape :(

Well, I'm still up for repros if you guys wanna do it? :D

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91 Body

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If you guys are still serious about entertaining some Yokomo body repro's I would be game as well, could use a '91 body for the project I just started!
I come for the RC10's but stay for the Yokomo's :P

Current projects:
1993 WCS Faux-komo
1994 Yokomo Box-Art
RC10GT Restoration

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