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 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,
the ‘69 Camaro turns heads at car shows, cruise nights and anywhere else
a love for big-displacement, Detroit power endures.
stunning reproduction of the ’69 Chevrolet Camaro RS comes with a
detailed body, low profile tires and large diameter wheels that
perfectly capture the cool menace of this American muscle car classic.
Lurking beneath this sleek exterior is the power and poise of a V100-S
chassis. Its potent Dynamite® power system and shaft-driven 4WD deliver
all the speed, traction and control you need to earn serious street cred
right out of the box.
Roll down the street with this stunning
reproduction of the ’69 Camaro RS and watch the heads turn. Its detailed
body and low profile stance perfectly capture the cool menace of a
muscle car classic. Lurking beneath this sleek exterior is the power and
poise of a V100-S chassis.
chassis gives you a balanced, neutral handling car with a wide range of
tuning options. It also features universal body mounts that are
compatible with most other 1/10-scale bodies. The elegant aggression is
present in every line and curve of the officially licensed body.
Details include side view mirrors, chromed exhaust tips and clear
headlights. Life on the street isn’t always dry and weather is often
less than perfect. That’s why it's equipped with a waterproof receiver,
speed control and steering servo so you can run in all kinds of
*For complete details on waterproof standards, please refer
to the product instruction Manual (English)
The shaft-driven 4WD delivers
excellent traction on paved surfaces and superb drift control when
sliding across loose surfaces. The differentials are sealed against the
elements and can be tuned for a variety of running conditions. The
low-profile tires and 54mm wheels, along with the detailed appearance of
real brakes and calipers, look as good on display as they do on the
move. The rear tires also have a little more meat than the fronts for
better grip and a little more attitude.