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Post  turqui on Mon Apr 21, 2014 6:33 am

Hi everybody; i have been in the rc hobby for many years and i like to collect old cox cars,planes,boats,and everything cox related; its for me a pleasure to collect then; since i dont buy them for resale or to be used,i actually try to buy them old,dirty and cheap.
I recently purchased a first generation cox shrike, the yellow one with the number 8; well its very dirty and has dust; i will like to know wich product can you recomend that will be safe to clean the plastic parts and everything else including rubber tires on the old cox toys?
Thanks.
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Post  Bill steklenski on Fri May 23, 2014 8:46 pm

Hello Crankbender! I have been carefully using dishwashing soap and or gentle rubbing alcohol and a one and a half inch wide disposable brush to clean My Cox Models. As a Example, the Sandblaster, Jeep, and second generation dune buggy and Baja bug Chassis" are a "nylon" Type plastic that is less sensitive where the "Styrene" Model car plastic is more fragile and obviously eventually deteriorate from the nitro and castor oil. I think that the dish washing soap is the least aggressive and of course You want to stay off any Decals.
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