The Kyosho Landjump Integra was possibly the first 4WD radio control car. Production began in 1981 and they were made almost entirely from aluminum. Driven by chain the car was a monster at a scale of 1/8. The power plant was a .21 IC Nitro engine. It has differentials front and rear, trailing front suspension, semi-trailing rear suspension and a disk brake on the rear differential.
Over the years spare parts have become harder and harder to find. The plastic boxes to hold the electronics are very rare. This rarity drove me to produce replica box. Initially I had them vacuum formed, but now I have modeled it in Fusion 360.
Details about my Kyosho Landjump can be found at Landjump.co.uk
I have made this as close to the originals as I can making only minor changes to help with 3D printing.
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