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Description

TAMIYA presents one of the world's most famous automobiles: The VW T1 "Samba" Bus on the Tamiya M-06 chassis in 1/10th scale. The T1 was introduced in 1950 and enjoys great popularity from the beginning. It was built until 1967 and is today an icon of automotive engineering. The model is based on the M-06 rear-wheel drive chassis - just like the original.

Technical details:
- 1/10th scale kit model
- Faithful replica of the VW T1 "Samba" bus body with 23 windows and numerous new add-on parts such as bumpers, side mirrors, lamp inserts, etc.
- Polycarbonate body
- M-06 rear-mounted chassis, longitudinally mounted battery pack and side-mounted RC components
- 239 mm wheelbase = M-06L - chromed rims
- powerful 540 engine
- incl. Brushless/Brushed speed controller
- many tuning parts optionally available

WARNING: Before you begin assembly, you should read and understand all instructions. If a child is assembling the model, a supervising adult should also have read the assembly instructions. Tools, including knives, are used to assemble the kit. Special care should be taken to avoid injury. If difficulties arise during assembly, ask an adult to supervise the work or a model builder with RC experience or a specialist dealer. Only use tools for their intended purpose. Incorrect use may result in injury. If you use paint and/or glue (not included in the kit), follow the instructions provided with the kit. Keep the kit away from small children. Do not allow children to put any components in their mouths or pull plastic bags over their heads.

Technical data

Engine Type : Electric
Drivetrain : 2WD
Scale : 1:10
Chassis : M-06
Use : ONROAD
Length :
Width :
Rec. Engine : included
Version KIT
Brand of car Volkswagen
Drive / Build : 11.jpg

Box Contents

- Kit model with detailed illustrated assembly instructions
- Electronic brushless/brushed speed controller TBLE-02S
- 540 electric motor
- polycarbonate body

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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