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I see fewer and fewer of these bodies. I have even tried to search the net for one or answers to what happen since these bodies perform so well. Anybody know the true story or Legend (history) behind this ? :confused:
 

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They were produced in germany they don't make them any more if you find one to buy it could cost you as high as 300 bucks its a nice body and I wished they were available
 

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yea ,$300.00 is way out of range for me. I just kept hearing stories about the mold broke or the guy just got out of making them or somebody bought him out. It's almost like an old tale ,nobody really knows. Strange !!!!
 

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If you can get an email to Mark Aldrich (former co-chair) he might have one or a lead on one that is un-touched? If you get one back pour it!!! :)
 

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If you can get an email to Mark Aldrich (former co-chair) he might have one or a lead on one that is un-touched? If you get one back pour it!!! :)
I don't know how to back pour one , I'm just making sure J.R. has what he needs to run with you guys at lpr . I even wax the car he has now to make sure the air won't stick to it. LOL:rolleyes:
 

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That body won't help that much you might be better off trying brain picking but the problem with that is picking the right one that works for you
 

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I found 2 cec bodies this fall still 1 is brand new and the other is just new with some decals stuck on it both are unpainted.
 

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Neither were the cars I saw run.

But by merely going by the weights I saw on the scales, to make the car handle, the chassis was naturally tight. I.E. a light LR compared to the RR and the car not spinning out, that would mean that the chassis naturally had more LR bite in it that the norm.

Now this being said, I did not see your chassis on the scales, nor Brandon's, but the ones I did see were light on the LR. Taking only that into consideration and not seeing a car run, one would naturally assume the car would be loose. Thus proving the old saying, there is more than one way to skin a cat. So just by seeing chassis weights without taking into consideration the other numerous setting on a chassis, making that assumption was wrong. Sort of like saying body "X" is this or that. The shell is but a small spoke on the wheel of the entire package. Right? :D
 

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Neither were the cars I saw run.

But by merely going by the weights I saw on the scales, to make the car handle, the chassis was naturally tight. I.E. a light LR compared to the RR and the car not spinning out, that would mean that the chassis naturally had more LR bite in it that the norm.

Now this being said, I did not see your chassis on the scales, nor Brandon's, but the ones I did see were light on the LR. Taking only that into consideration and not seeing a car run, one would naturally assume the car would be loose. Thus proving the old saying, there is more than one way to skin a cat. So just by seeing chassis weights without taking into consideration the other numerous setting on a chassis, making that assumption was wrong. Sort of like saying body "X" is this or that. The shell is but a small spoke on the wheel of the entire package. Right? :D
You learn fast GRASSHOPPER!!!
 

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Hey Steve, where is his shop? I would like to stop buy and introduce myself.
He works out of his house ,He is a graphics designer (no printing) only files and logos. If you've ever bought a Dega speedway ticket ,look on the back and you should see his momo designs trademark on it.
 
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