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Thread: Camel Trophy - recreated with RC cars

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    Camel Trophy - recreated with RC cars

    A scaled down Camel Trophy:

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    radio control landies and more!

    Scale Truck kit | Mex-II D-110 version FULL-PRO | RCmodelex - specialized for RC rock crawling, trial and expeditions

    this site is amazing!!

    and how are these for vids;

    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fEm4zND0aNM]Scale Camel Trophy Adventure - YouTube[/ame]

    and;

    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F49VKwRG1Ns]"A wet day" with Danish RC Land-Rover Club - YouTube[/ame]

    there are heaps more, happy viewing


    jc

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    and this one is hand made, from balsa!

    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qrUhzcBpvnI]Ammo's land rover - YouTube[/ame]


    jc

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    Scale Model

    JC

    Can you see over the bonnet mounted spare OK???

    Regards

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    These are the best vids I have ever seen. I love em...

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    They are awesome! i want one

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    that is heaps cool. the recreation is excellent and quite funny too
    La la la-la la la,
    Sing a happy song.
    La la la-la la la,
    Smurf your whole day long.

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    That is excellent - I would sooner have one of those than one of those buggy things

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    Model

    Remarkable working models.

    As with boat models. There is often less work in building a sailing dinghy you can sail than a working model.

    Someone should commission our Asian manufacturing partners to make a working model about a 800 to a metre long so we can become obsessed and spend our time playing. I wouls see every father/ grandfather wanting to purchase one for a kid in order to play with it yourself...or why not have our own.

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    Ive got a few versions of scale 4x4 RC's. Home made toyota's Patrols's, i should in the next week be taking delivery of 2 D90 bodies to make a 110

    here is a pic of it getting ready to post, the detail is just fantastic. i can't wait to remove the patrol body and replace it with this.


    Here are pic's of my oly troopy and the Patrol, the troopy is made out of aluminium sheet and the patrol is made on a home made vacuume former.
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