Purchased at a flea market in Santa Cruz, CA, this guy’s been sitting in my garage for many years. I finally replaced all the fluids, new seals, and tuned it up. Drove it to work last week and it runs great! I nice way to save some money with the rising fuel prices.
It’s time again to expose 100,000 innocent Portlanders to the joys of R/C Rock Crawling! We’re creating a bigger course this year, so be sure to swing by the show and try out some killer Axial trucks! Here’s info on the event:
And a writeup on Axial’s Blog:
I’ve wanted to do a big, military themed 6×6 for a while, and figured it’d be a great platform for a First Person View vehicle. You can follow the build here:
Or click above on “Crawler Design!”
In the trees at Cisco Grove campground in Donner, CA! Be careful.
I updated the Crawler builds sections with some new images, and the resume is beginning to take shape.
I’ve started work on a new Wraith chassis. You can follow along here:
I’ve added drop-down menus in the “Crawler Design” section featuring links to RCCrawler thread.
We are experiencing actual content! The Photography and Crawler Design sections have a few images to peruse.
Welcome to the new Dorkstar Productions website. Stay tuned for… content!