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i was just looking in my basement today and i found a few .051 u control cox engines for my u-control planes. I'm using a cox teedee for my u-control now, but in the mean time i found 2 engines just gathering dust in my basement and the word tether car just came to my mind. does any1 know of kits to build tether cars that they still make? i dont want to buy a car off of ebay. i have every thing exept the car its self and the clutch bell set up thing.
 

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I'm sure there's no such thing any more as a tether car. That was 60s technology, and I'm pretty sure all the ones by Cox were .049s.
I don't think you'll get one anywhere else BUT Ebay.
 

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I'm sure there's no such thing any more as a tether car. That was 60s technology, and I'm pretty sure all the ones by Cox were .049s.
I don't think you'll get one anywhere else BUT Ebay.

they still make teather cars, but they look like dragsters and have big blocks in them, and can do 100-200 mph
 

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imagine if that hit your foot at that speed
 

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There wouldnt be a car either
 

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