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Faces in Places

Shocked remote control car face
Sunday, 17 June 2007


From Digger Digger Dogstar's Flickr stream.

posted by Jody @ 12:13,




2 Comments:

At 19 April 2008 20:28, Anonymous Rc Directory Owner said...

Isn't it an mini rc car?
Also as I see the wheels of this car are made from plastic...

 
At 21 December 2012 06:03, Blogger Sid said...

Unlike nitro radio controlled cars these petrol ones run on a mix of normal unleaded petrol and 2 stroke oil. Both of these are available from any petrol station which makes them more practical and cheaper to run than a nitro model.
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Sid
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