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Shell is quite Hupo-like
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Why a shelf queen?
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Thx! It was my intention to make a Hupo / Durango copy Getting hold of a real alu Durango is like chasing after the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow

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Got too many other cars, I'll focus on racing with them this season:
X-6 & S2 in the 2WD class
B44 & Atomized B44 in the 4WD class
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ive got a real durango 2005
the aero in the uk is a chocolate bar...
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No kidding! How much???

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I think the whole world has seen my durango buy now...it realy old hat now but if you click on my profile and veiw my album the pics are there
i think i paid £1500 for the rolling chasis 4 years ago and have never broken a thing except the asso front wishbones
bet an aero cant do that
your car does look nice thou
hope your going to buy the new real Durango...it will be good and you will be able to run it...haha
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I got a Tamiya DB-01.... and only broke a rear hub in over a year...and it has only set me back £200 in total... makes £1500 look a little steep
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Yeah, that's brutal! But I'd bought it myself...

I'll for sure order the production Durango! The diffs and diff housings alone will be worth it!!!

Saw one in the flesh at Vaasa, Finland last year (a team driver borrowed it from Serpent). He did the big triple time and time again... often overshooting it... but never broke a thing! It's a tank!!! A German Jagdpanzer ganz klar Herr Kommisar!
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Thx! It was my intention to make a Hupo / Durango copy Getting hold of a real alu Durango is like chasing after the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow

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Got too many other cars, I'll focus on racing with them this season:
X-6 & S2 in the 2WD class
B44 & Atomized B44 in the 4WD class
Used to try that...i mean to race a whole lot of diff cars...sold of every toy in my opinon and kept the best there is, the S4 and S2. my tip, stay focus SHY on 1! (one) car @a class...id say B44 and a S2
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is the 2005 durango the pavidis edition ? i might have that one...i'll put up pics later
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No the 2005 is the slim car that won the euros
and is the prototype for the new durango
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