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Go wild!

The Wild Willy 2000 is the legend among the TAMIYA Wheely-Cars. The original type was first released in 1982 and today, thanks to Wheely Bar, it's back in action on the rear wheels! The included driver figure completes the look of the kit model. The Jeep has a 2WD rear-wheel drive and all-terrain balloon tyres, so unlimited driving fun is guaranteed.

Technical details:
2WD rear-wheel drive
friction damper
independent suspension
double wishbone
Metal gear outputs and metal shafts
Giant tyres with V-profile
ABS bodywork
spring-loaded pile hammer
Electric motor Type 540
electronic controller


WARNINGS:
Before you start assembling, read and understand all the instructions. If a child assembles the model, a supervising adult should also have read the building instructions.
Tools including knives are used when assembling the kit. Special caution should be exercised to avoid injury.
If you encounter any difficulties during assembly, ask an adult to supervise the work or ask a model builder with RC experience or a specialist dealer.
Use tools only for the intended purpose. Incorrect use may result in injury.
If you use paint and/or glue (not included in the kit), follow and follow the instructions provided.
Keep kit away from small children. Avoid children taking any components into their mouths or pulling plastic bags over their heads.



Technical data

Engine Type : Electric
Drivetrain : 2WD
Scale : 01:10
Chassis : WR-02
Use : OFFROAD
Length : 325 mm
Width : 280 mm
Rec. Engine : included
Version : KIT
Brand of car
Drive / Build : 11.jpg

Box Contents


Kit Wild Willy 2
ABS bodywork
Electric motor Type 540
electric speed controller
sticker
Description - Description

The firm Tamiya is specialized in high quality RC-vehicles (cars, trucks and buggies) and one of the leading manufacturer in this genre. This japanese company is based in Shizuoka and produces detailed reproductions of coveted vehicles since 1976. "Tamiya Fighter-Cup" is the name of the annual racing series. Since 1990 the final of Germany takes place in Sonneberg.

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