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The Randy "Wildman" Corson Way!

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Hey Gang,

You're about to find out, that you're in for a special treat.

I've been bugging Wildman for a bit, to do a build up thread on one of his custom Checks. Randy "Wildman" Corson as you may know, is one of our long-time supporting vendors here on the forums and is also the local Checkmate/Liberator dealer for the Florida area. Randy's rigging, customizing and painting talents are very well known in many circles, and because of that, Randy often ends up doing work and shipping to people from all the U.S, Canada and the world!

Those of you who are regulars here on the Check forums and/or on Scream and Fly, you have probably seen pictures of Randy's amazing rigging and customizing work, and most importantly his relentless attention to detail.

Wildman has personally designed and even taped off graphics for some of his custom ordered Checkmates - some of you may recall seeing some of them on the forums in the past.

So in this thread, we're going to give you a run down up a build up on one of Randy's latest custom rigged Checkmate creations.

I hope you'll enjoy watching this 2400 Pulsare's journey, which starts with some build photos of it at the factory and will eventually end with it all rigged up with only the best stuff and ready to go to it's future customer! :devil:

There is a discussion thread located in the "Play to Win" forum which details Randy's entire build up of this custom 2400 Pulsare!

Please click below to see the complete build up thread! :thumb:





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