|73-87 Novelties - Radio Control|
Here are some R/C trucks and parts and a little information about them. click on the picture to view a full size image.
This is a R/C replica I am building of my truck. Although my truck is a '73 (and
the body in the pic is a 81+), I am going to try and mimic it as close as possible.
The chassis is a Tamiya M04-L (BMW Roadster kit), and other than trying to find different
wheels to match my 1:1 scale truck, it is/and will be completely stock. The body is
a 1:10 scale Tamiya Clod Buster unit that has been shortened, and the vent windows,
sunroof, blower provision, and hood tilt lines have been eliminated. It will also
have working headlights and taillights. As soon as it is finished I will post
For those of you who already have R/C monster or street trucks (or are interested in
building one), here are a few bodies manufactured by Parma PSE that are out on the market to help you start/complete your
project. By clicking on the picture, you will be taken to the Tower Hobbies information page for
that item. To see color images of each, click the link below each image (you will be
taken to Parma's website).
Clodbuster Blazer Stepside
Here are a few R/C models made by Tamiya. The first is a Clod Buster (no longer
in production, but a new "Super Clod Buster" is), and the others are vintage
Blazing Blazers I have seen on the internet (no longer in production). If you are
interested in the Blazing Blazer and would like to purchase one, your best bet on finding
one would be on E-bay...but they are commanding top dollar ($400+ for a decent usd one).
Here are a few slot car Blazers I found on the net. Although these are not
technically "radio controlled", they are slightly related and pretty neat to