So what did you get in the post today ???

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1300GT wrote: Thu Apr 04, 2024 8:42 am Enough RCH stickers to last the rest of my life.
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My photoshop skills suck, but when I get an over abundance of something.
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Restocked on 12 & 14awg wire, more tires and a tool holder for the MIP wrenches...happy to have these things not rollin around on the bench anymore!
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TravelinTravis wrote: Thu Apr 04, 2024 2:11 pm tool holder for the MIP wrenche
That might double as a shock holder :D

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What I think is an early long wheelbase Mardave Meteor and 3 TX's . Well used but I'm sure it'll clean up good .
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TravelinTravis wrote: Thu Apr 04, 2024 2:11 pmand a tool holder for the MIP wrenches... 20240330_132726-min.jpg20240330_135926-min.jpg
I've been really needing one of these. Just ordered one. Thanks for posting.
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These super cool gold autographics team crp decals! I'd been watching these on ebay for quite a while but got an offer I couldn't refuse. They're actually metallic which is awesome!
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ESC from Japan for my MX-4 build
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mtbkym01 wrote: Fri Apr 05, 2024 8:27 am ESC from Japan for my MX-4 build
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I wish more of the older esc's had the external wire terminals. Pretty neat little unit.
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One good thing about being out of the main stream RC car hobby for multiple decades is that you get to rediscover cool vehicles that came out that you never knew existed. I think I knew of the idea of rider motion bikes before, but not that they were mass produced. And I think they still make this same bike today, and I think it is identical to the old one, but of course being a vintage guy, I had to get a vintage one. :D


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They aren't RC related, but who cares? They are damn sure pretty.
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juicedcoupe wrote: Tue Apr 09, 2024 10:13 pm They aren't RC related, but who cares? They are damn sure pretty.
Every since my early teen years, I have always found components so sexy! Axials just look so blah!! But a nice set of components look and sound so much nicer!!!!
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I received a package today...
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Marui RC catalogue, Year 1986. For some reasons, this is a very important piece of Marui history :-)
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Some fine West German craftsmanship- the Robbe Mescalero
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GoMachV wrote: Fri Apr 12, 2024 5:18 pm Some fine West German craftsmanship- the Robbe Mescalero
Very very cool , is it 1/8th with a 540 or 1/10th with a 380 motor ? Love to see more if you fancy doing a thread .
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It's a little smaller looking than a 1/10 but that's what it was considered. Very light, and the chassis is quite fragile. I actually didn't need another one- I have one in kit form that was missing the box. Now I have a complete kit in the box and one for the shelf haha. I do have the "drive tuning kit" upgrade that includes a 540, a diff and new gears as well as the "suspension tuning" kit that includes bearings along with front wheels and trailing arms since stock they didn't even have bushings :shock: It's a weird car in that it's definitely "hobby grade" but built like a "toy grade". I also have the Mercedes on the same chassis and it broke a rear shock mount sitting on a shelf with the wheels off the ground. Eek.
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