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Carisma GT14's arrive in pristine fashion and are slowly destroyed by hard racing. Some lucky cars though have considerate owners like James, who lavishes love attention and polycarbonate spray all over them.

While we are of course still all about the fastest lap times and winning positions with our Carisma GT14's, we have also started taken more pride in the appearance of our 1/14th scale Radio Controlled cars too. In fact some club days we inadvertently spend a good ten minutes inspecting each other's paintwork before we remember to get down to the racing.

Recently James turned up with a fully modded Carisma GT14. Not only had he purchased a new body shell and spent the time spraying it, but he had matched it to his company colours and printed up transparent decals to look as if it was a sponsored car.

Here are his tips for achieving the perfect finish on your Carisma GT14:

We all learnt a few things talking the process through with James. Let us know any tips you have.

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James Moore wrote this Radio Controlled Gamer article under the watchful eye of Rupert Stelling.

"Having grown up racing Tamiya radio and remote controlled cars and trucks I was keen to get my kids started on the same hobby. Here, I share my R/C reviews and guides to getting started in this electric and petrol powered world."


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