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Taso Lightning (F1 Illustrator Clone)

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Can’t remember where this Taso lightning came from but I was planning on putting some F1 parts in it.

I have been told these were horrible by a couple people who bought them new. I think the thread is F1 since they are basically all around an f1 clone.

Time frame on these is likely 93 when they came out and were featured on an apg cover.

 

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