Vintage Corally 1/12 SP II

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Vintage Corally 1/12 SP II

Post by camlchris » Sun Apr 18, 2010 8:30 am

Corally SP II 1/12 pan car
Just restore it. It is really a beautful pan car in the 80's.
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Post by RETRO R/C » Sun Apr 18, 2010 10:10 am

Very Nice - I have a couple of these for restoration one day.

They were indeed an excellent car.

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Re: Vintage Corally 1/12 SP II

Post by GJW » Mon Apr 19, 2010 1:23 am

very nice sir, ive almost bought a few of these and the sp10 in the last few months. werent cheap when new were they.
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Re: Vintage Corally 1/12 SP II

Post by phoenix » Mon Apr 19, 2010 5:02 pm

very nice - coolest pan car ever

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Re: Vintage Corally 1/12 SP II

Post by isobarik » Mon Apr 19, 2010 7:17 pm

looked good but performed not so good due to massive under steering.

One heat in a race i got it to run perfect but it was beauce i moved the motor very close to the spur so it ( you could say it was really really of ) breaked really really hard the battery was drained after about 7 minutes but hey it really worked good that heat. i was leading and lapping cars when it hapened sold it and got an asociated RC12L instead. And that left wheel plate original was no good they came up with angled instead and that was so much better.

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Re: Vintage Corally 1/12 SP II

Post by camlchris » Wed Apr 21, 2010 3:56 pm

isobarik wrote:looked good but performed not so good due to massive under steering.

One heat in a race i got it to run perfect but it was beauce i moved the motor very close to the spur so it ( you could say it was really really of ) breaked really really hard the battery was drained after about 7 minutes but hey it really worked good that heat. i was leading and lapping cars when it hapened sold it and got an asociated RC12L instead. And that left wheel plate original was no good they came up with angled instead and that was so much better.

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This car is not good for driving in outdoor ( especially in the rough car-park track) , maybe its t-bar is too stiff. The carpet tracks was seldom seen in Asia back in the 80's. ( and even now)

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Re: Vintage Corally 1/12 SP II

Post by isobarik » Wed Apr 21, 2010 5:13 pm

1/12 is only raced indoors on carpet during the winter season in sweden .
i did use to practise out door on an asphalt track very close but then i just used associated cars.

I was very mad that the swedish drivers didnt atend the 1/12 worlds because of the racing on asphalt, if i would have known that i would have gone.

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Re: Vintage Corally 1/12 SP II

Post by Corally12.nl » Thu Apr 22, 2010 11:38 am

Hi Chris,

Nice car!
The 3 first Corally’s with the aluminium (Coral) chassis are the most beautiful cars.

Look at my own page http://www.corally12.nl to my own Corally collection.

Greetings,
Corally12.nl

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Re: Vintage Corally 1/12 SP II

Post by uzzi » Thu Apr 22, 2010 11:29 pm

Wow...beautiful collection of Corally cars there you have there. I went hard for a NIB PK Corally last year but got sniped at the end. I shall load pics of some of my Corrally(s) once I get back from site. These were the bling cars back in the 80's and the prices reflected it as well. FYI Corally also released a few parts for the offroad as well namely chassis and suspension components for the Schumachers and Yokomos.

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