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The fully adjustable 1/24 chassis I have built for our club.

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  • #16
    I also would like some info to order couple of chassis. This could be another way for clubs or slot shops to make some extra $. This looks like 1/24. Maybe a smaller version for 1/32?
    I wish more was available in the USA.
    Lance Sofa racer


    • #17
      Update on this chassis guys. I should have the first shipment all ready to go next week.

      Some of you expressed interest in these. Right now we will have around 10 leftover to sell, so if you would like one drop me a line and we can get it going.

      They will come with universal side pans which can be trimmed to fit anybody, and you can also add a front pan as most of us do to aid in handling.

      This is a great way to build a high performance 1/24 slot car, and can be adapted to nearly any size car. The only downside with my kit is it will only include the mount for a 16d motor. You can get one screw in a 13d/Hawk 7 type motor with it. But you will need to do a little work to put something smaller in them!

      Key features over others on the market:
      .063 Brass Main plate (no need to shim pans and nose plate to sit flush)
      18ga Stainless steel brackets and mounts
      Entire chassis is 2-56 hardware so you can easily replace fasteners.
      Cooling slots for motor
      Bearing bores are 3/16" for any standard BB or Bushing.
      Come with Pans!

      MADE IN THE USA, right here in Oregon.

      I am also working on scaling this basic design down for 1/32 use, which will be similar to a plafit etc.

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      • #18
        PM Sent about one please.
        Dennis Samson

        Scratchbuilding is life
        Life is scratchbuilt


        • #19
          PM sent for more info on chassis
          Lance Sofa racer


          • #20
            Very nice chassis there, Zack!



            • ZackM
              ZackM commented
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              Thanks Allan!