58003 - Tyrrell P34 Six Wheeler
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By slimmy 02/03/2011 05:50:28

This is one awesome car. It was my first restoration attempt. The chassis is all metal like most all the first 10 or so tamiya's. It has a real long chassis for the addition of the four steering wheels. The chassis is very flexible until you put the body on and then the car becomes very rigid. The body is not very detailed but still looks fantastic. This car is a breeze to assemble and paint yourself. It is quite a site to see when finished. The re-released version has the exact same body and wheels/tires combo that the original has. Which makes replacing these items for your restoration very economical. The chassis however is totally changed and is much more appropriate for running.


By theRuler 26/01/2009 18:20:11

The re-re six wheeler is worth looking at if you can't find an old one.

The body parts and wheels/tyres are exactly as the original kit, and the chassis is based on an F103.

Getting a little hard to find now (as a re-re) so if you see one NIB snap it up!
Even if just a source of body parts for your resto.


By Yalson. 05/07/2007 22:16:45

As nuts as the real Tyrrel six-wheeler, (the only real six-wheeled car ever to win a Grand Prix, trivia fans,) this is a completely baffling choice for a company only just getting into the construction of radio-controlled cars. Why go for the extra complexity of four front wheels?

Does anyone know if it worked? Did it handle, or was it a dog?

Lovely looking thing, though.


By joelvardy 23/08/2006 21:03:32

This car looks the one!!
just wish I could get my hands on one.
why don't tamiya make good (interesting) cars anymore?

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