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Wanted a model V3, could not find one , so I went overboard like I usually do. Matches my Pedestal edition as close as I could get. Used spray touch up paint from Touch Up Direct.

Tried to get the carbon fiber close. Not perfect but everything looks good and close.
it’s a Traxxas brushless setup capable of 70 mph. Its fast and awd so it handles too.





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Alas, no one ever made a V2 Coupe RC car, or I'd own one. But I do have model cars of every car I've ever owned. 76 260Z, SVO Mustang, Supra Turbo (x2), Z28 Camaro, C5, C5 Z06, Mitsubishi Evo X, CTS-V Coupe. I have RC cars for the Corvettes and the Evo. The rest, some are plastic model kits and some are up-sized Matchbox type models. If I was really motivated, given how small radio control stuff is nowadays, I could turn these in to RC cars I suppose...
 

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Traxxas. I have one as well. The shell I have is Silver even though my car is Red Obsession Tintcoat. It's a fast, fun little thing. Goes nicely with my Traxxas Slash 4x4.

You can get the Chassis as an RTR (Ready to Run) sans battery and charger. I had to source the shell separately for about $65, as Traxxas was OOS both online line and at their store.
 

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