These are now on SALE at walmart for $75 instead of normal price of $99.My local walmart in Northern California just got a bunch in both Black and Silver Steel.All graphics are decals and can be easily removed if wanted.
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Originally Posted by DESIREE
Sounds like the same thing (Tyco RC 1:5 Chrysler 300C) that I picked up at Target for $99.99 US. The engine start and rev sound in great. I just wish that's the only on-board sound it made, and that it made it in relationship to the throttle position! I slipped a CD player into the trunk so that I don't have to listen to that "Baby Shyne On" stuff. Definitely not my bag. It has a two-speed setup: slow when music is played , and fast when the music features are off. The headlights, brakelights and turnsignals all work, as well as lighting in the wheelwells. Our cats all line up to watch it until it gets too close, then they scatter!
You can just make out that the headlights are on and that the wheels are reflecting lighting from the wheelwells.
I got a 1:18 scale version for Christmas for my grandson to chase mine around when we get together.
Yup, that's the one I have. When you take the stupid music off, this thing will spin it's wheels on ceramic tile. I can't take it outside due to snow here, but maybe I'll take it to my basement. As I'm not into modding my car, now that I have a scale model, I can feel as if I did.
2005 300C SRT8 - #72 of 252 (excl. 11 pilots) - #10 of 35 Canadian SRT8's built 2008 Harley Davidson FLSTF Fatboy - Vance & Hines Big Shots STGD with FuelPak tune. 2008 Jeep GC SRT8 - Custom Build/Custom Delivered by SRT - 1 of 1 in Canada
Just got this thing for $50. Man this thing is quick and it can spin its tires and do sweet 180's and occasionally 360's. I have ran it up and down my dorm room halls. Ran into a lot of crap and cracked the front bumper a little bit. i just wish it charged faster and lasted longer.
wow, i got mine yesterday.... The Radio performance was awesome, it could go long distances without losing strength. I played with it again today and it seems to have lost a bit of radio strength. Maybe i ran it into something too hard. Anyone know what may be the problem?
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