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Old 04-21-2014, 12:02 PM
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hi i am new to the rc world, i what to get into rc cars , something like nascar cars , can anyone tell me where i can buy one ? or build one? i am new to this some any info what so very would be helpful, point me in the right direction. can i buy a chassis ? then a different nascar body? help? thanks for your time.
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hi i am new to the rc world, i what to get into rc cars , something like nascar cars , can anyone tell me where i can buy one ? or build one? i am new to this some any info what so very would be helpful, point me in the right direction. can i buy a chassis ? then a different nascar body? help? thanks for your time.
come on now all you rc guys out there i am sure someone can help? thanks
Old 04-21-2014, 03:59 PM
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Only nascar type bodies I've seen are for oval cars which are made for racing indoors on a carpet track.

If you just want on-road though you could check out the Tamiya TT-01e kits they are pretty decent for beginner cars. As for bodies there are tons of various types out there.
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Are you in Pittsburgh? If so, what part?

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