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R/C 1/12 Volkswagen Golf Mk1 Racing Gr.2 (M05)

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The Volkswagen Golf Mk.1 was a well-known machine of European touring car racing. The Kamei-sponsored car with its distinctive livery ran in the low-modification Group 2 class of its day. The Tamiya R/C model faithfully captures the fun and manoeuvrability of the real life subject as it comes on the proven M-05 M-chassis platform. The M-05 is a simple to build FWD (front wheel drive) machine, which allows for plenty of after-market parts to be outfitted as you grow with your skill. Specs & Features Scale: 1/12 scale Construction type: assembly kit Terrain use: on-road Drive-train: 2WD FWD Drive type: gearbox Drive line: dog bone Differential type: gear Suspension: fully independent double wishbone Steering mechanism: bell-crank Shock damper: friction damper Shock damper material: plastic Tire type: rubber Tire tread: slick Body material: Polycarbonate Chassis material: plastic Electronic Speed Control (ESC): included ESC model: TEU-105BK LED Light buckets: no LED lights: no Motor: 540-brushed type Bearings: plastic bushing Adjustable camber: fixed Adjustable toe angles: front only Adjustable ground clearance: yes Adjustable gear ratio: yes Adjustable wheelbase: yes Adjustable track width: fixed Adjustable shock angle: yes Special feature 1: Low center of gravity design Special feature 2: 3-piece steering linkage Special feature 3: Servo, receivers and ESC are positioned at the rear for optimal balance. Requires: 7.2 battery & charger Requires: 2-channel radio gear Requires: polycarbonate paint
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