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  1. #1
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    Default LandCruiser 70 Series 2-door

    Hi guys,

    I ve just started my new LC70 project. I had an old Bauteil1 Chassis. Ist a performance chassis made for the European rc truck trial series. Working pretty cool! Love the look of these chassis crawling through the rocks! Can't wast to make some off-road videos!

    The body is from Loops Model. These bodies are heavy and rock solid. Perfect for the B1 Chassis and the the way I want to use this rig!

    Not sure about the final look of this Cruiser... Need to think about it...
    Cheers
    pero

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    I had one of these bodies at one time. They are very nice quality, but very small. A true 1/10th scale. I would love loops to release one in 1/9th scale.

    I have never seen that chassis before. Very interesting. Is it a front motor and 2-speed transfer case?
    smallfactorystudio on instagram / lone wolf / doer of many things

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    Quote Originally Posted by Small Factory View Post
    I would love loops to release one in 1/9th scale.
    Agree!


    Quote Originally Posted by Small Factory View Post
    Is it a front motor and 2-speed transfer case?
    Yes

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    With the coils ans shape of the frame rails that chassis reminds me of a CR-01. Was it once offered as a kit, or custom built?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Random4rc View Post
    Was it once offered as a kit, or custom built?
    It was a custom build chassis. You were able order different wheel bases and 4x4, 6x6 and 8x8.

    This chassis was delivered with the Jeep Cherokee XJ from Scale Offroad from Germany, if someone can remember...

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