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    53HRA

    Carisma 1/24th 1968 Land Rover Series IIA In Classic Green

    Features:

    • Fully licensed by Land Rover
    • Gen-2 brushed motor
    • Lower gearing than previous units
    • Unique 1,2,3 throttle profile switch for drivers of any skill
    • Comes with 5v USB charger and micro 7.2v NiMH pack
    • ESC is 2S LiPO compatible
    • True hobby grade 2.4GHz F.H.S.S radio system

     

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    Chassis photos to follow 🙂 

     

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    Nice to see something different but it really needs bumpers!

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    They should have spent more time on the body considering that its the main focal point 

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    Just doesnt look right maybe its colour or lack of bumpers but it looks plasticy 🥴

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    2 hours ago, Stormbringer said:

    Just doesnt look right maybe its colour or lack of bumpers ....

     

    I think it's that most hardtop IIa SWBs had a different colour roof to the body and the rear window sticker is too high up

     

     

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    The title sounded very tempting but looking at it, however, I’m not too fussed about the chassis, ive a scx24 and a ftx mini outback 2.0 already.

    it definitely needs bumpers the shell looks lost without them…. And the stickers (you would have thought) could have been applied better too.

    still if the body is under £20 to buy, I might try one…..

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