Vaterra RC 1969 Chevrolet Camaro RS

Vaterra RC 1969 Chevrolet Camaro RS
Vaterra RC 1969 Chevrolet Camaro RS

Armstrong walked on the moon, baby boomers rocked Woodstock and Route 66, America’s Mother Road, resonated with the rumble of the Chevy Camaro. Designed to dethrone the Mustang, the 1969 Camaro® RS™ could pack up to 396 cubic inches of power under its hood. Its aggressive, low-profile stance gave the impression of a panther ready to pounce. Even today, a ’69 Camaro RS will turn heads at car shows, cruise nights and anywhere else a love for big-displacement, Detroit power endures.

Product Specs
Scale: 1/10
Length: 14.85 in (371mm)
Width: 7.76 in (194mm) with 30mm rear tires
Height: 4.41 in (112mm)
Ground Clearance: 0.25 in (6mm)
Wheelbase: 10.25 in (256mm)
Chassis: Injection-molded
Suspension: Independent
Drivetrain: 4WD shaft drive
Motor or Engine: Brushed 540
Radio: Spektrum™ DX2E 2-channel
Batteries: 1800mAh Ni-MH 6-cell flat w/EC3™ connector
Charger: 2A Ni-MH AC peak charger
Wheel Size: 2.16 in (54mm) X 1.05 in (26mm) & 1.2 in (30mm)
Kit/RTR: Ready-to-run (everything included)
Shock Type: Injection-molded friction
Body: Polycarbonate, painted
Ball Bearings: Complete drivetrain
Minimum Age Recommendation: 14 years
Experience Level: Beginner

Due Early April, 2013

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