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Old 05-21-2017, 07:15 PM
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Exclamation 1/43 Ambulance.

A while back i bought a 1/43 pull-back ambulance. It looks nice, so it sat on a bookcase for a bit, then while dusting it got moved next to a Shen Qui Wi subaru. Huh, those rims are the right size, and so is the track width...

Let's see if i can still pimp.





Still fits cab interior over the new steering, doors still work.

The load deck in the back gets some lift to clear the pcb, but is going to stay mostly original.

Now i just have to stretch the led wires for front, rear, interior lights. Probably throw a 555 timer chip on at the interior light and run an led at the cab lightbar.

I need a bambalance. Yo bring me da amberlamps.
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Old 05-22-2017, 03:18 AM
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Default Re: 1/43 Ambulance.

Yeah, stick with me it'll get better.



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