HO scale Landcruiser

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  1. 89GASHOG

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    Slot cars are HO scale-- the little ones. Get that one, remove the body off and see if you can get it onto a slot car chassis. It would look like a low-rider FJ40, but it might be cool.

    Steve
     
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    Is that for HO train sets? Do you have a link to the actual product page?
     
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    Hmm, I was thinking the same thing. I used to play with them as a kid. Now that I'm enjoying a second childhood, it's time to get another set. :)
    Swank, just remove the last part of the URL to go to Cherry Creek Hobbies. Yes, it's a train set accessory.
     
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    I already bought 2 a few weeks ago... at a local hobby shop (trains related) that sells lots of HO scale vehicles. About 11.50 each.

    Pretty nice considering just HO scale.
     
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    Sweet. I am slowly collecting stuff for when my son gets older so we can put together an HO train setup. Planning on doing a late '60s, early '70s C&O/Chessie system layout (my grandfather worked for C&O/Chessie/CSX in WV during that time period) good father/son project. :D
     
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    You need to go all-in and get a British sportscar, too. :D Nice stuff, BTW. I can't wait to get started on ours...it's years away though...
     
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    Dont forget airplanes and boats.

    Steve
     
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