1950 Series 1 4x4

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Graham P Hough
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1950 Series 1 4x4

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As a prospective buyer what do owners think of this model? Does it drive well? Cross country as the original? Any other thoughts?

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Hi Graham.

Hope this helps:-



Yes, it will become bogged/stuck when the treads are full of mud, just like the real ones. It lacks the "Diff Lock" though.

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Charles
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Thank you Charles, that is vey helpful. Cheers

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Charles A Stewart wrote:
Mon Dec 18, 2023 9:16 pm
Hi Graham.

Hope this helps:-



. It lacks the "Diff Lock" though.

Cheers
Charles
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