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Old 07-02-2012
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please would people give me an idea of what price these go for second hand?

are there any things i should look out for when buying?

i have seen a few of these and most people seem to run associated b4 or B4.1 buggies and this seems a reasonable entry point into the hobby for me and my kids.

any help is gratefully taken
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They're so common, they're practically a currency.

A typical price for a no-frills rolling chassis would be £60-80 (with the FT versions towards the high end), more for a B4.1. Many will come with big spares bundles, very useful - worth paying a bit more if you get a year's worth of tyres and spares with it.
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i got mine off here for 90 the ft one with a unpainted body shell, some spares and 2 sets of tyres and it was like new
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