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The Fighting Buggy was originally exported as the Super Champ in 1982 across the globe. For a limited time only, it is back as a special re-release celebrating 30-plus years...

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Sku: 47304
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The Fighting Buggy was originally exported as the Super Champ in 1982 across the globe. For a limited time only, it is back as a special re-release celebrating 30-plus years after it originally made its debut in hobby stores.

The re-release kit begins with a new name, which is the same as that used by the original Japanese release of the R/C model. While it features a variety of tweaks and upgrades, Tamiya's designers made sure to retain the drivability, appearance and characteristics of the original.

  • The classic body of the original is reproduced in durable ABS resin with an aluminium roof panel with wing.
  • Newly-designed stickers retain many of the themes of the classic model while also adding some new motifs.
  • New lightweight and durable 2.5mm thick FRP chassis plate.
  • Newly-designed parts recreate original transverse damper rear suspension setup with progressive spring and separate oil reserve tank.
  • Front suspension is double trailing arm type.
  • Front/rear suspension arms are die-cast.
  • Employs durable die-cast sealed gear case with direct drive setup, which also houses the motor.
  • Ribbed front and rear spike tires. They are fitted securely to 3-piece wheels.
  • Comes in nostalgic blister pack style packaging.

Required to Complete:

  • RC 2-channel Surface Frequency Radio System
  • Steering Servo
  • Battery Pack
  • Battery Charger (peak detection charger recommended)
  • Electronic Speed Control
  • TS Paint for the Body
  • Recommended: Tools for Assembly

* This vehicle comes as a kit and must be fully assembled by the user.

Tamiya 47304 Fighting Buggy/Super Champ 2014

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