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  1. #1
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    What Kind of Car do I have?

    Ok I have no idea as to what type of cars I have. I only know that they are both kits and very old. if you could look at this video and tell me what kind of cars they are that would help greatly. then I could buy parts accordingly.

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    2nd one is a rusty 1st looks like one too but not sure. Both older and would need a god amount of upgrades to run brushless. Brushed np

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    First one looks like a old losi buggy not sure, the second definitely a rustler.

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    #1 looks like a Losi xxx or the like, #2 is a rustler 100%

    Good luck with your builds
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    As opined above, second is a Rustler (and not a Bandit due to the existence of front body mounts.)

    The first is harder for a Traxxas guy to ID, but I'd start with a Team Associated T3 due to the X-Long chassis sticker, p/n ASC7308 (composite) or ASC7309 (graphite) and the shape of the front and rear suspension arms. I'll throw this out too: it seems to have a graphite rear shock tower, p/n ASC7349.
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    The first one is the one you race, and the second one you beat on lol.
    Wanna bash at Greenwood Bashplex in Pittsburgh ???

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    I agree with ksb51rl.

    The first truck is a Team Associated RC10T3 originally release in 1997 and sold until the T4 came out in 2003.

    And you have a Rustler with slick rear tires.

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    now you can either give these away for a few $ or get stuck in and begin upgrading
    Does more $ = More fun?
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