1/10 rc model 1971 camaro body

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  1. SRGN

    SRGN Veteran Member

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    I packed up my rc stuff so I wouldn't spend any time or money on it until my full scale stuff is done. Stop posting lol :)
     
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  2. hogg

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    Laqure thinner can make true lexan,crave ,crake ,be brittel, after a while if paint don't dry fast enough
     
  3. Phil G

    Phil G Veteran Member

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    Yes, but the way I have mixed it and airbrushing THIN coats and waiting for them to dry has worked for me. Some of my bodies are 25+ years old and no crazing/cracking/.
     
  4. bourbon_scotch

    bourbon_scotch Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    One last pic of it all done. One of one lol. It now has a tarp over it.
     
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  5. mudtrux

    mudtrux Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    Is that a gas type? Looks cool (I like 4x4 cars ;) )
    I'd like to find an electric one I could get wet or muddy.
     
  6. BLUE72CAMARO

    BLUE72CAMARO Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    Looks like a traxxas t-maxx possibly, I had one 15 years or so ago. If so they make an electric version of it called an e-maxx I redid one for my buddies boy a couple of years ago now. I about bought a Revo when I was working on his but remembered the money pits that RC cars are and steered clear.

    Scratch that it isn't a t-maxx the fuel tank is on the wrong side.
     
  7. bourbon_scotch

    bourbon_scotch Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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