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new hobbiy - maybe

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selim

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Post Sat Jan 11, 2020 12:05 pm

new hobbiy - maybe

I was once into the lock picking thing, but I considered myself as a cylindersmith, I could build any cylinder fast and they worked great, but I was no locksmith like Jeff has become.

That was 3 years ago,, I have moved back in time ( about 20 years ) and got back into RC Cars, anyone else into that these days ?

Believe me it cost more then I thought
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Post Sun Jan 12, 2020 12:26 am

Re: new hobbiy - maybe

I haven't played with the RC cars in probably 10-12 years.

Back then Traxxas was the big thing in the beginner range. Still cost $300-$500 for a kit though. Custom builds can easily cost several thousand. There are also many different kinds from monster trucks to racing cars, rock crawlers, and many more.
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Post Sun Jan 12, 2020 12:32 am

Re: new hobbiy - maybe

hey selim, good to see ya.
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selim

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Post Sun Jan 12, 2020 11:57 am

Re: new hobbiy - maybe

riy, I do have a traxxas rapter kit ( I love the raptor ) got it about 5 years ago, runs great, but it was already put together - it is just a toy that I could use to piss off the dog next door- well the dog owner really -

I do already have a lot tied up in my new car, with more to spend. I really don't have the cash for this, but needed something to do.

I just get pissed at myself when I think of the 2 new hand guns that I SHOULD have spent the money on

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