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PostPosted: Fri Jan 11, 2008 5:21 pm 
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Tamiya was the raleigh of radio controlled cars. mostly toys but the odd few decent performers. Nothing wrong with radio controlled cars, we all had them as nippers.


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JeRkY wrote:
Tamiya was the raleigh of radio controlled cars. mostly toys but the odd few decent performers.


Wash your mouth out!!! :shock: :shock:

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There ain't nothing toyish about these babies! :wink:


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Sorry i was a Team associated RC10 worlds edition owner my self. 14 double motor and 1700 SCRC's

Had nearly as much carbon fibre as a set of pace forks.

Still in my parents loft somewhere. Every now and again i get tempted to get it out, and race it off down the road against a car. One day i'll get around to dusting it off and charging it up.

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Not quite the same version, but the 1st to show in google images.


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RC10s did rock on the track. 8) (still do!)

You need to dig it out of the loft. Retro RC is bigger then retro biking, that old buggy is worth more then a pair of Pace forks. :wink:


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Oh gawd, this thread's gone all Beatties... :D

Can one of you buy my Boxster please.?

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Post it on here. :wink:

http://www.tamiyaclub.com


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cherrybomb wrote:
RC10s did rock on the track. 8) (still do!)

You need to dig it out of the loft. Retro RC is bigger then retro biking, that old buggy is worth more then a pair of Pace forks. :wink:


I had a PB Racing Maxima - used to eat RC10's for breakfast :D


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