RC cars have a long history from the 60’s all the way until now. From the first car that was available in 1966, until today. RC cars have been around for a long time and will continue to grow. You can find many of these RC Cars at your local RC Hobby Shops
Off-Road and On-Road, Trucks
When you build your own rc car kits you essentially put all control in your hands. Now you want to choose where you’re going to drive your rc car.
On-Road – These rc car kits were meant to ride on road so you’ll get good speed.
Off-Road – gas powered rc car kits are for off-road, car racing.
Don’t forget to check out the rc car kit’s for 2wd or 4wd this could make a difference in what you’ll be using your car for. RC car kits can also come in trucks,monster trucks, and evenrc drag racers.
RC Car Kits To Build
Top 3 – RC Car Kits For Kids
There are3rc car kits that are classics you can’t go wrong getting one of these rckits,and some are cheap.
1.) Tamiya Blackfoot Kit
2.) Tamiya Lunchbox Kit
3.) Mini Cooper Kit
Tamiya RC Car Kits
Tamiya TXT-1 RC Truck Kit
Remote control car kits and include the electric RC Ferrari FXX – TT01 which is used for on road racing.
Another electric rc car kit and used for drifting is the RC Subaru Impreza Drift with 4wd.
The 2wheel drive kit is the RC Porsche 911 Carreraand RC Suzuki Swift Super.
One of the most versatile 1/18th scale vehicles available is the Tamiya TLT-1 1/18 Scale Monster Truck kit is designed to use standard-size electronics, along with most electronic speed controls, standard-size receivers, and rc servos.
The Losi LST2 is the next generation of big block nitro horsepower and ingenious design, bringing you the most advanced monster truck ever conceived.
The Bugatti Veyron Radio Control Car is inspired by the real full scale sports car. You can drift, go fast and even do jumps – the Bugatti Veyron remote control car looks very slick and is super easy to use. Meant for collectors or the absolute beginner RC Enthusiast!
The most vital part of being a RC enthusiast is taking the hobby to the next level and getting out to the race track. If you don’t have a clue where to start, there areorganizations that support the RC car hobbyist and make available listings of localclubs.