The Dutch brand Yu’can made cars which were often licensed copies of existing models from different brands. For on road they made a copy of the legendary 1:8 Delta with the angled engine and for off road they made a copy of the MRC Buffalo. (more…)
Posts Tagged ‘1/8th’
June 30, 2020 by Bart_Banaan
June 28, 2020 by Bart_Banaan
An rare and unknown early model of MRC, a French company. MRC was short for ‘Model Racing Car’.
Pictures only because we don’t have any further information about this car.
December 8, 2018 by Bart_Banaan
Here are some photos of the German Stefan Meier’s vintage suspension car Robbe Ford Matra in scale 1/8. The car is usually stored in a showcase and is taken out of it for these photos. (more…)
November 7, 2016 by Bart_Banaan
Pictures of a very rare Delta P4. P4 stands for ‘prototype 4’.
May 1, 2014 by Bart_Banaan
Some cars are instant classics; an example of such a car is the 1/8th scale Kyosho Giga Crusher Dual Force nitro Monster Truck. This Monster Truck has been introduced at the Shizuoka Hobby Show in 2004, so that sense it isn’t a vintage nor classic car, but this giant monster truck has really fascinating mechanical technology: two .26ci (4,5cc) nitro engines, a three-speed gearbox, All-wheel drive and a reverse gear (which is operated using a 3-channel receiver)! All these techniques in one car makes it a instant classic RC Car of epic proportions. The Monster Truck was sold as a kit without electronics nor servos but including two recoil starter engines of .26ci. (more…)
July 16, 2013 by Bart_Banaan
The Red One is a full option 1/8th Circuit Race Car with a belt driven 4WD system, fully ball raced with oil filled shocks and a machined T6-aluminium Chassis. The SG Red One was the last ‘top of the line’ RC-car from the italian company SG. This very fast model has a 2-speed gearbox. (more…)
May 4, 2011 by Bart_Banaan
This is the famous Serpent Quattro 4wd. Kit no.: 4004.
Belt driven with a 2 speed transmission. This car is the further development of the successful 2WD version of the first Serpent model with 4 wheel independent suspention Quattro Mk. IV. The front axle was driven by a belt.
The 2WD version had severall manners to drive the rear axle, there were different versions: chain, direct drive via gears and belt drive. Through a clever model policy, it was possible to upgrade the vehicle through up-grade kits to 4WD.
The 4-WD conversion kit no. 4650 can be mounted to all Quattro models. The only modification to models before 1985 is the epoxy radio plate. Models from januari ’85 and on have universal radio plates for both 2-WD and 4-WD. (more…)
January 3, 2010 by Bart_Banaan
The PB6 is a highly sophisticated design which provides the ultimate starter into serious racing. The kit features both wide (as featured here) and narrow chassis, precision stamped from 7075-T6 alloy and is black anodised. Separate super rigid power pod for maximum power tansmission…..
January 1, 2010 by Bart_Banaan
The Kyosho Landmax 4WD chassis is based on a proven four wheel, shaft driven system, taken from Kyosho’s 1:8 competition off-road buggies. Features include three gear differentials, four long stroke oil filled shockdampers and four wheel independent suspension. Power is provided by an included GS-21R pullstart engine, which is pre-fitted to the partially assembled chassis. A fan assembly helps to reduce engine running temperature for improved power output. Precision ball bearings are included in the main transmission to help reduce friction and wear.