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who was making the 19th scale dragsters?

Old 07-28-2010, 12:55 PM
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there was a guy or company making cool looking old school rail and gasser 4 stroke and 2 stroke cars they were not cheap looking to find and purchase, a rail
Old 07-30-2010, 01:02 AM
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Don't know...unless you mean 1/8 scale, like this one from John Quist in Rockford, IL.

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YES!!!!!!!!!!!! THATS IT... dose he have a website?
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No, but I can get you in touch with him. Here's his slingshot dragster:

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dude there awsome!!! how much??????
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Cool I am a 1:8th scale RC Fuel Altered Builder from the UK.

Originally Posted by M.R. Ogle
Don't know...unless you mean 1/8 scale, like this one from John Quist in Rockford, IL.

Hi fella could you possibly put me in touch wit John Quist, as I am finding it very difficult to find Parts here in the UK, and am wondering where he got that body from? thanks
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The body is a custom fiberglass body. Here's a link with more details, it is quite old though.

http://www.bigsquidrc.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=153
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Those dragsters look sweet!!!

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