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I ordered A enclosure from Brostar and what a difference it has made. It is much more enjoyable to ride in the cold. Now I am ordering a heater to complete that part of the project. Next year I hope to get some tracks and make it a true go anywhere any time machine. This is truly an awesome toy.

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I ordered A enclosure from Brostar and what a difference it has made. It is much more enjoyable to ride in the cold. Now I am ordering a heater to complete that part of the project. Next year I hope to get some tracks and make it a true go anywhere any time machine. This is truly an awesome toy.

Todd

What are you ordering for a heater?

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