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    project resurecting the tc3 drag car (pics added)

    well after designing a new car here I am now have not decided on what engine to use but it is going to be a big block not much to look at right now but it will be nice when I get done, has a tc3 2speed and rear end and tm rear tires, the aluminum is running down the middle is used for bracing
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    RE: project bracket attack

    rofl it looks like its been put together with scrap everything just like my duratrash only thing usefull on that thing is the motor,wheels and tires

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    RE: project bracket attack

    I am goin to ace tom. and get solid aluminum right angle metal to use

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    RE: project bracket attack

    well I am going to modify the design a little bit so it can fit under a mustang body also I had a motor laying around so I am going to use it , it is a .12 thunder tiger that has been modified (internals) and also a shaved head
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    RE: project bracket attack

    Look for some of the extruded aluminum they use in windows. Get yourself a section of that. Its a little heavy compared to the kit cars but its a C section which will give you some strength. The guy that runs the races in San Antonio has built up some econo rails. You might want to talk to him about getting your car going. www.sadragracing.com Look around for the race directors e-mail. I kinda like the little pink one myself. I think I've seen that car before If you can find a place that installs aluminum windows you can usually talk them out of enough of the aluminum to make several chassis for nothing. Its thinner than the angle stuff but still stiff.

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    RE: project resurecting the tc3 drag car (pics added)

    lol I decided to do a better Idea for the drag car and use a modded .12 in the pt bruiser instead a dragster and a .21


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