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09-12-2007, 06:26 PM
Revise that letter to Santa, here's a welcome surprise...

According to Tamiya's October releases, kit #58393 will be based on the <A HREF="">TT-01</A> hobby-grade chassis — this means tuneable suspension & gearing.

<A HREF=""><IMG SRC="" WIDTH=700 HEIGHT=421 ALT="Tamiya Radio Controlled BMW M coupe kit" BORDER=0></A>

Let's see if it'll be displayed at the <A HREF="">Chicago Hobby Show</A>.

<A HREF=""><IMG SRC="" HEIGHT=60 WIDTH=80 BORDER=0 HSPACE=20 ALIGN=RIGHT></A><A HREF=""><IMG SRC="" ALT="Carter" BORDER=0 HEIGHT=130 WIDTH=130 ALIGN=LEFT></A><BR><BR>Carter<BR>'96˝ <FONT COLOR=#000000 FACE="Arial,Helvetica,Swiss,Sans">Z3 <I>_<B>7</B>_<B>7</B>_<B>7</B>_<B>7</B></I></FONT><BR><FONT COLOR=#FF0000 FACE="Z3roadster,Serpentine,Arial,Helvetica,Swiss,Sans">—<B><I>roadster</I></B>—</FONT><BR><FONT SIZE=1>Dinan Stage I Suspension, Dinan Cold Air Intake, Goodyear Eagle F1 GS-D3, Bosch Platinum +4, Ground Control RSMs</FONT>

09-18-2007, 07:02 PM
Very Cool, how come I can't seem to find a Z4 M Coupe diecast?Aloha Frank
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