Billy Kelly said
As far as I can remember, never seen a Clodbuster in person.
i have memories of them being sold at toys-r-us and seeing one in the glass display case. that was probably really late 80's really early 90's. i can remember seeing a used one for sale at So Cal Raceway when it was on Valley View st. in Garden Grove back in like 1995/96. there was a show on PBS called RC TV back in like 1997/98 i watched after school one day a week. i would see clodbusters were on and grab a tape, record that episode. a modified clod with 17 turn motors, Novak Super Rooster ESC and an ESP Clodzilla 4 chassis was porn. i lusted after Clodbusters for 20 years, then finally
bought one a few years ago.
then again i remember a local hobby shop in Lakewood, CA. called Hobby Warehouse had a Kyosho USA-1 in the display case. i can remember going to that shop just to look at that truck in the display case. then the store burned down (electrical fire, it even make the local news), and i still has a sad. then the store moved across the street, but no USA-1. and now there out of business...
moral of the story, scale monster trucks are the best thing ever.
(Last edited by SuburbnHooligan : 6.07.17 at 5:05 pm)
just because it's a bad idea doesn't mean it wont be a good time.
i used to crash a lot. i still do, but i used to, too.
It's my duty as a human being to be pissed off.