Posted 18 October 2013 - 04:30 PM
Yes, Dave, I have your 1/32 jig but these little Slop entries (Super Little Open Proxy) were even too short for my 1/32 jig... These are not mainstream sizes as the event calls for the cars to fit inside a 4-1/2" x 2-1/4" x 1" tall box. Craig and I built our chassis... his a inline and mine a anglewinder... so they fit an Arii 1/32 Toyota Sports 800 kit body. A very small chassis with about a 2-5/8" from rear axle to guide center and a 2-7/16" wheelbase...!
Here is my car...
Here is Craig's...
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Hello my name is Barney and I was... I am addicted to glue, magnets, and wings... I have been clean and sober years now... NOW I'm hooked on 1/32 club track racing! Dang!
"Even if you're on the Right Track, you'll get run over if you just sit there!"
If you remember screw-on braid, motors that look like padlocks, that dang fuse wire in Cox controllers, "hand" painted bodies, the very first can motors from Mabuchi, and the smell of wintergreen then you are OLD!... like me!
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