Sunbury PA’s Dave Stellfox doesn’t let cold weather get him down–he gets building! Over the past winter, Dave created this custom 1980 GMC Sierra Grande based on a custom Tamiya Clod Buster with an ESP Clodzilla 4 chassis and suspension kit installed. Grip comes from RC4WD B&H tires and the steering has been enhanced with [...]
Wow, who knew scratchbuilding your own vintage truck body was so easy? Well, scale RC modeler extraordinaire Headquake makes it look easy, anyway. Enjoy the jazzy soundtrack as plate plastic is transformed into a weathered ride before your very eyes…
Parma’s got a bunch of different options for styling out your short-course truck as something other than a short-course truck. You can go with a dune buggy, a 50s look, a classic panel truck, or vintage muscle–like this latest addition, the ’71 Muscle Baja SC. Parma does a good job of stretching the lines to fit [...]
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If you’d like a rough and rusty look for your ride, look no further–everything you need to know about creating corrosion (or at least the illusion of it) is right here. The technique is easy, and looks great! This article originally appeared in our March 2014 issue. For more from the RC Car Action archives, sign up [...]
Wow…now that’s a tricked-out 5IVE-T! This amazing Reader’s Ride comes to us from Jerome Swift of JS Hobbies & Models in the UK. Says Jerome, “A massive thank you to Mark at Outlaw Graphics for the stunning air brushing, David at Turtle Racing for the awesome Turtle products, Steve at DDM for the fantastic service, [...]
“Name That Old RC Car” is recurring feature that always gets plenty of buzz on our Facebook page. Can you ID this week’s wayback buggy? Here’s a hint: it’s NOT a Tamiya, Kyosho, Associated, Losi, or Traxxas! Photos courtesy Inet RC, go there now for more pics of this wild ride!
Any digital camera, including your smartphone’s camera, is all you need to submit shots to our Readers’ Rides section. As with any camera, it’s the person behind the lens that makes a great shot—all the camera does is capture it. Follow these tips, and you’ll get superior shots that you’ll be proud to share with [...]