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Old 08-15-2019, 04:34 PM   #1
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Is this new or did I just miss it when it came out? Looks awesome!

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Old 08-17-2019, 09:57 AM   #2
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Looks like a very recent release - super nice, hope they did increase the suspension softness as they've claimed they would for the production version.

That and the ability to run a softer, taller sidewall tire would make one of these an incredibly fun rig!

My late father had one of the 1:1 Sammys IRL...

If I could afford one - I'd get one of each - a Capo and a 1:1.
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Old 08-19-2019, 04:52 PM   #3
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It does look a little stiff in the video. I like that it's another 1/6 scale, where there are so few of the larger scale vehicles except the Willys Jeep and New Bright TJ. I would like to see the body available by itself. It could be a nice starting place for whole new line of the larger scale vehicles.

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I'm sure the suspension could be softened. it's definitely not top heavy or it would have flipped in the video. There were a few high speed turns. If this thing was $700 or so i'd get one just for the cool factor.
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Thats interesting, I like it being different. I think If I had one I'd need to weather it right away, its just too pristine looking to drive like I'd want to.

I wonder if RPP will be able to get them? They did have the Ace but it was a special order thing.

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The 1/6 JKMax and that was AWESOME! Capo expediting delivery of the 1/6 Suzuki Samurai -- Monday.
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Am I trippin', or wasn't that radius arm/coil suspension only on the newer Jimny's, not the old boxy Samurai's/Jimny's? This thing looks great, but I feel like it needed to be on leafs.
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Am I trippin', or wasn't that radius arm/coil suspension only on the newer Jimny's, not the old boxy Samurai's/Jimny's? This thing looks great, but I feel like it needed to be on leafs.
Maybe they are thinking Air Ride Suspension?
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