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Old 11-09-2018, 09:56 PM   #1
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Started off with a green jeep liberty KJ body.. wasnt digging the green at all. So... it went into the paint booth.. It's far from done. I found the Kj body about a year ago.. now for the pictures.. I detailed the door handles.. third brake light.. I painted the turn signals amber.

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Old 11-13-2018, 01:15 PM   #2
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Seems like a good use of a CC-01.
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Old 11-13-2018, 02:22 PM   #3
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Love it. Been keeping an eye out for one of those bodies for a long time, never seem to catch one. Perfect fit on the CC chassis!
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Love it. Been keeping an eye out for one of those bodies for a long time, never seem to catch one. Perfect fit on the CC chassis!
Definitely a hard to find body. Trying to figure out what else to do with it.. scale wise. (Not gonna cut it up) lol. I found a guy who can vacuum form a clear window for it so i can do interior. I've got other jeep rc's I'm working on also.

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Perfect for the cc01! Looks perfect! I had a couple of these cc01s and they're a fun little rig as long as you take care of their quirks, I ran one in class 1 and it did pretty decent.
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Perfect for the cc01! Looks perfect! I had a couple of these cc01s and they're a fun little rig as long as you take care of their quirks, I ran one in class 1 and it did pretty decent.
Where I live, we dont have comps. Mainly fun runs. Dont even have a rc store anymore. That makes it hard to get people into rc's. Mine runs pretty quiet. I'll make a video in the next day of so.

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Where I live, we dont have comps. Mainly fun runs. Dont even have a rc store anymore. That makes it hard to get people into rc's. Mine runs pretty quiet. I'll make a video in the next day of so.

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Here's a link to mine a few years ago, not really a long thread but you can see what I did in the rear to get some more suspension movement.

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Old 11-13-2018, 05:02 PM   #8
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I saw that link before. Very cool build. I'll have to check that rear suspension out.

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