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Old 02-09-2014, 12:55 AM
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I've had my sherman for almost 2 years. Haven't been able to drive it because shortly after I got it, my 5yo (3 at that time) lost the transmitter. Finally found it and couldn't keep Antoinette (my 5yo) off the sherman. I don't even get to run it. Sooo we found a used ((very lightly used)) henglong brand panzer. Her being 5, she doesn't need a tamiya yet. Anyway, here they are. Finally got the KH up and running this evening too. So we're loading them up and after church we're going to wear em out.

Heres Annie (3yo in pic) and the sherman a week after we got it.



Didn't get a shot of her helping remount the cab on the KH. She wouldn't have it any other way. She HAD to help me put in the screws. So I started them and she screwed them in.
Here is Annie with HER panzer and my/our KH this evening.

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Old 02-09-2014, 09:11 AM
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I disagree,every five year old girl needs a Tamiya tank! And I happen to have one for sale, the mother of all tanks! Leopard 2a6, ready to run.
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Old 02-09-2014, 01:29 PM
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the problem with RC's is that the remotes can disappear too easily!!
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Old 02-09-2014, 03:03 PM
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I disagree,every five year old girl needs a Tamiya tank! And I happen to have one for sale, the mother of all tanks! Leopard 2a6, ready to run.
HAHA, if i can *trade* you out of it, great! $$ is tight now. Finishing up house and getting ready to move overseas. selling off everything i own that will not fit in a 18x24x24 shipping box. What are you asking for it? IR ready? a few details please. AHHHH, temptations. wife will kill me.

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the problem with RC's is that the remotes can disappear too easily!!
YOU sire, are exactly right. Especially when a 3yo gets hold of it.
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Old 02-09-2014, 03:40 PM
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WELL, NO INFRARED,BUT THE TANK IS INDOORS ONE,FRANKLY I HAVE FOUR OF THEM AND SHOULD THIN THE HERD (IF YOU DON'T NEED THE RADIO) JUST TAKES SPACE IN THE BOX WHILE SHIPPING) I CAN DO $650 OR $690 WITH THE RADIO.

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Old 02-09-2014, 06:40 PM
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sure is a nice unit you got there. like i said, really no extra $$ right now. if something changes in the near future, i'lll give ya a holler.
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