midtec chassis

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duke1198s

Original Poster:

16 posts

103 months

Saturday 10th October 2009
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guy_spyder550

516 posts

137 months

Saturday 10th October 2009
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Love the chassis design, it's kit with so much promise. If only it didn't look like the 4 wheeled equivelant of Plug from the Bash Street Kids in the Beano


kitcar

6 posts

141 months

Sunday 27th December 2009
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I have sold 3 registered Midtecs in Holland and 2 unbuilt Midtec kits of which one has gone to germany.

Not many have been finished , neither are any up for sale often. I would buy one again if I could source one.

The rear-section was a disaster, i like the adaption with mojo rear in previous post here.



kennyrayandersen

132 posts

103 months

Sunday 27th December 2009
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guy_spyder550 said:
Love the chassis design, it's kit with so much promise. If only it didn't look like the 4 wheeled equivelant of Plug from the Bash Street Kids in the Beano

only a mother could love 'em

Nerdherder

66 posts

25 months

Friday 12th January
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Rebody those poor things!
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Mkiholland

6 posts

14 months

Wednesday 17th January
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Okido






Nerdherder

66 posts

25 months

Monday 12th March
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Mkiholland said:
Okido

{Can-am look body}
That's much more like it! Which body is this and where did you source it?


Edited by Nerdherder on Monday 12th March 07:11

Nerdherder

66 posts

25 months

Friday 30th March
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Nerdherder said:
That's much more like it! Which body is this and where did you source it?


Edited by Nerdherder on Monday 12th March 07:11
My guess would be front and rear Gardner Douglas T70 + middle section DIY by the way.






Edited by Nerdherder on Friday 30th March 11:19