He recently started building his scale “Ferndogg Garage” (with some help from a bunch of 1:10 guys that gonna work in there 😉 ).
He makes great vids and post them on his YouTube channel – many from Recon G6 competitions (he seems to go on every Recon G6 there is in the neighbourhood – which is amazing). I’m not sure if I first got to know him through Instagram or YouTube, but I can tell you, that I believe I watched (and enjoyed) all of his yt vids – and that says something about his filming and driving skills.
With a great pleasure, I invite you to read answers to “5 questions to:..” from one and only – @ferndogg310 ! 🙂
- How has your RC adventure started and what was your first RC?
My RC Adventure started when I 1st bought a Traxxas 2wd Stampede and I instantly got hooked with Radio Control. I started researching on the internet and reading magazines. I tried to learn as much as I can. The scale scene was were Anthony Rivas aka Rivasconcepts help me get involved. I would not do what I do with out him.
- Which RC (that you own or owned) is your favorite?
My favorite RC is the Axial SCX10. I love that you can do so much to it. There is a lot of support from many companies and builders that make parts for the SCX10. Plus batteries usually last a long time. Very durable, easy to work with and scale at the same time. Many years will pass and people will still play with the SCX10.
- What is your dream RC?
Wow! So I have thought about this since I first started playing with RC cars. I would like to see a scaled-out pre-runner/ trophy truck/ Baja truck. Something like a SCX10 with IFS (independent front suspension) and solid axle in the rear. A scaled-out race, basher for the beach or the desert. Or maybe the Yeti can just about accomplish this with some mods.
- What do you like the most in this hobby?
Great question! Everything! I personally love the filming, editing, building and the creativity. I enjoy doing this with others or alone. The objective is to have fun. I also enjoy sharing my videos and being part of a great community. I love it! -It’s a life style.
- What are 4 things that you always take on your RC adventures?
- “Water” have to stay hydrated all the time.
- “Video camera” I feel naked with out one.
- I sweat most of the time so I bring a “rag” to wipe the sweat away and keep going.
- My “Recon G6 dog tag”. It reminds me of hard work paying off and my driving skills that can take me to the finish line. I am a competitor driver and I learn that from a good friend, Brian Parker.
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