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Old 07-07-2012, 09:56 AM
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Default Simca Aronde 1/43 with Tecno-Slot chassis (video)

Hi guys,

We are pleased to show you another adaptation of our 1/43 chassis, in this case this Simca Aronde Van "Nestlé"




























A video on Kyosho track




A video on SCX Compact track




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Francesc
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Old 07-07-2012, 10:27 AM
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I remember the commercial that says: Nestle' makes the very best.... cho...colate.
Nice!
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I remember the commercial that says: Nestle' makes the very best.... cho...colate.
Nice!
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Thanks Ted
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Old 07-07-2012, 11:37 AM
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Granted its a nice chassis but I have to ask. Do you do anything other than diecast? That seems to be all I have seen in your "adaptations". You might try a resin bodied car as thats what a lot of us here use, or even a plastic kit would be welcome. The subject matter seems to be lacking and not on track with what we do here. Just my 3 cents
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Old 07-07-2012, 12:06 PM
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Granted its a nice chassis but I have to ask. Do you do anything other than diecast? That seems to be all I have seen in your "adaptations". You might try a resin bodied car as thats what a lot of us here use, or even a plastic kit would be welcome. The subject matter seems to be lacking and not on track with what we do here. Just my 3 cents
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New project, but I need time...





Here you can see a R-5 Turbo plastic one from Heller









And also waiting some resins from Ted...
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Yeah . . now we're getting somewhere
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Pm or e-mail me your mailing addy, Francesc, I'll send you the cars , next week.

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Thanks for the address.
I got 6 resin bodies in a box for you. I got a doctors' visit tomorrow but if I can't get them in the post, I'll do it on tuesday.

It will be interesting to see what you can do with them but no pressure.
They should fit well as they are casted from diecasts.

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I really like your Heller conversion, only the front and rear width seem to be a little wide
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I really like your Heller conversion, only the front and rear width seem to be a little wide
Totally agree with you...it was one of our firsts conversions....
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Good job on the Heller! Any noticable performance differences going to a much light body?
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Good job on the Heller! Any noticable performance differences going to a much light body?
Thanks,

Of course it runs very fast....but not measured..

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