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This is the Vaterra 1967 Ford Mustang V100-S 1/10 Scale RTR On-Road Car.
Now you can take to the streets in style, with this incredible RC recreation of the 1967 Ford Mustang. This Mustang comes completely assembled and ready to run – there’s nothing required!
Beneath the sleek lines of its officially-licensed fastback body, you’ll find the poise and power of a Vaterra V100-S chassis. Its shaft-driven 4WD and potent Dynamite power system provides a perfect blend of traction, speed, and control that makes this car a blast to drive - right out of the box.
|Main Category||R/C Vehicles|
|Vehicle Type||On-Road Car|
|Power Type||Electric Power|
|Build Type||Ready to Run|
|Skill Level||Skill Level 1|
|International Shipping Restriction||International Shipping Restriction|
|Free Shipping||Free Shipping|
Type: Touring Car
Length: 14.85 in (371mm)
Width: 7.76 in (194mm)
Height: 4.4 in (112mm)
Ground Clearance: 0.25 in (6mm)
Wheelbase: 10.25 in (256mm)
Weight: 3.0 lb (14.0 oz)
Chassis: Injection Molded
Tire Type: V1 Performance, S compound
Motor or Engine: Brushed 540
Radio: DX2E 2-channel
Batteries: 7.4V 1800mah 6-Cell NiMH Flat w/EC3
Charger: 2A NiMh AC Peak Charger
Gear Pitch: 48-Pitch
Wheel Size: 2.16 in (54mm)
Shock Type: Injection Molded Friction
Body: Polycarbonate Painted
Ball Bearings: Complete Drivetrain
Recommended Environment: Outdoor
Is Assembly Required: No
"I bought this for my husband as a birthday gift not given it to him yet, hope it works as good as it looks."
Recommended to buy: Yes
The body is made up of metal or plastic?
The body is made of Polycarbonate or Lexan, plastic.
Does it come with the controller?
Yes this does come with the transmitter, this includes everything you need to operate it.
Can HPI 26mm wide/ 51mm tall wheels work with this chassis? Also, are drift tires acceptable for this as well?
Yes, those tires will work on that car. You can put drift tires on that car, if you would like.
How fast does it run? How many mph?
I don't see where anyone has listing an exact MPH. I would guess approximately 20-25 MPH.