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Discussion in 'On-Road Large Scale RC Cars' started by zouz10, Feb 22, 2007.

  1. zouz10

    zouz10 Well-Known Member

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    Hi everyone,
    Well I have a Baja and I am loving it, however, I have $1000 bucks just burning in my pocket and would like to get an on road car. Like and FG Sportsline with a mclaren F1 body on it. My dilema is that I saw other companies that make good chasis, but I love the mclaren body and that is the body I want. Will it fit on the other chasis? Any opinion would be great. Engine and stuff will be upgraded later when I get more money. Right now I just want a lower end chasis to start with. Pictures are greatly appreciated.
    Thanks in advance
     
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    Nomadio_Sales Well-Known Member

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    Yes the FG "Long tail" 535mm McLaren fits all other 535mm cars :)

    FG Sportsline car is a great value Molzer Mowery Racing is a great source let them know Karlton sent you ;)
     
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    zouz10 Well-Known Member

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    Thank you karlton.
    Without wanting to sound stupid, are molzer mowery racing in america??
     
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    fgbasher Well-Known Member

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    Molzer is a fg distributor, you can easily find the cars and parts much cheaper at dealers. Search the dealer network, i know there are a few in florida or you can do mailorder and save on tax. I use www.rcnutshobbies.com for all my vehicle purchases.