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You just needed a microswitch for a controller. And just recently, back to slots at BPR. My first flat track. His company is called "Best O the West" and he produces some of the finest armatures and complete motors for slot cars available anywhere. Loved the grey epoxy finish on the Upland track.
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Posted 28 February - No love for the O. John Hale was the owner, had several tracks over the years. I only raced a couple of times there John didn't like me winning every race I ran there - NCC20s but hung out there a few times. The best remembered event by some old pharts - the 28 hour enduro where Pete Z.
Knapper's Coins in Orange had a homebuilt hillclimb. Ran enduros all the time. The track I really learned to race on.
The Riverside track is still a favorite of mine. Six lanes, varying esses, downhill sweeper that tightened up then went the other way off-camber.
And Doug Henline working there, he talked me into entering my first race ever. Another homebuilt track in the basement, tracktime a penny a minute.
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Monty was not just a master chassis builder, but an all around slot car guru. He also built some outstanding slotcar tracks. He remains in the business today. His company is called "Best O the West" and he produces some of the finest armatures and complete motors for slot cars available anywhere.
He is an advertiser on this sight and you can see his banner on the top of the page. That was some WOOD!!! Sorry I just missed it in upland. How about Temple City Raceway. They were there from We had an Orange and at first a flat track roughly patterened after Riverside raceway.
My first flat track. Since everyone hated the flat track we got am Imperial red with the d shaped donut and three huge humps in the straight. We mostly took the humps out but it was still tretcherous. There were also three Highland park guys who were orphaned when York raceway on York blvd close. They came in and kicked our butts for a while.
We finally caught up. One with a sewer. Later the same location, 15 years later was the second location of the Race Place. The first Race Place in Chino was on Holt. They had a home built Paperclip and hillclimb.
Always had a blast there. Used to bum a ride with Chris Hardt. Buzard here, how you been! Loved the grey epoxy finish on the Upland track. Iso's really hooked up there. Same tuning and gearing as the "Y". Loved thrashing the locals! There was Revell raceway located near Inglewood. I also ran my slot cars at Thunder Thumb which was located on the Redondo Beach pier. I started to race again in at Hot Slots Raceway in Lawndale.
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Known simply as Mom in the game, she tries to stomp on Isaac with her high heels and disgusting, pulsating legs made of discolored flesh.
Other fleshy substances, presumably more pieces of Mom, can spawn enemies during the fight, and she also has a tendency to stare at Isaac by sticking her eyeball through one of the four doors in the boss room.
The boss fight against him is weird for a number of reasons, perhaps most notably, his ability to break the fourth wall. Perhaps the weirdest boss fight comes in the form of Rabbid Kong, who is a massive Rabbid with mannerisms and attire similar to Donkey Kong. After defeating Rabbid Kong, he falls to his doom, and is subjected to taking a selfie with a Rabbid dressed as Princess Peach. The Great Mighty Poo is a massive pile of poo that Conker encounters while exploring the fittingly named Poo Mountain.