Here's my old Tamiya Scorcher - It's hanging in my garage so the pix look a little odd... -
heres my collection
revo 3.3 tuned pipe, full metal gears, most likely going big block this summer although i am thinking about converting to electric and brushless for some reason.
the fun one/snow basher/when the nitro is brokted
Losi mini desert truck, 9600kv brushless, traxxas slash tires/rims lifted with custom shock mounts, 2.4ghz remote
the girls one i built her for her birthday last year
Tamiya beetle - running traxxas slash motor/ESC and futaba remote its freakin fast but being slammed doesnt help it any :lol:
gotta get it back from her to add the headlights, BBS rims, smaller front tires and a few other odds and ends but she likes to chase the dog with it so it might be awhile
I can tell you this, its got tamiya (custom made body), rc4wd (dually wheels) and an axial based chassis. All the plow stuff is made by hand, pvc pipe, and aluminum. Lots still left to do but due to cut hours at work, the going will be slow, although alot of the finishing stuff is body work.
i just sold my electric Losi 1/8th scale truggy.
from left to right starting with the top:
KOS twin brushless Cattamerain, Tamiya Blackfoot (original), RC10 Team edition, TC3 Rally car brushless, Xray T2 007 brushless with drifting body on and shelf queen body next to it, i also race it as well, Mud truck mostly Axial AX10 with some aftermarket bits, Losi Comp Crawler, (in front of crawler) Losi Micro desert truck, lipo and brushless, SC10 used for short course racing, Slash 2WD brushless basher with 1/8th buggy tires, last but not least my original E-Maxx, except nothing on it is original. its brushless and very heavily modified for the extra power.
I think i need a bigger shelf. i want to get another 1/8th scale too.