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DetailsShipping & ReturnsQ&AHighlightsPowerful RC able to kick up filth Basic F-150 toughness Whole set weighs 5.44 lbs Road tires and all-terrain tires Spring-loaded shock suspension 2.4 GHZ wi-fi management SpecificationsNumber of Items: 12Dimensions (General): 8.27 Inches (H) x 6.69 Inches (W) x 12.32 Inches (D)Weight: 1.76 PoundsSuggested Age: 6 Years and UpBattery 2: 2 AA Alkaline, Required, Not IncludedCPSC Choking Hazard Warnings: Choking_hazard_small_partsEducational Focus: Social SkillsVehicle sort: CarMaterial: PlasticPower Supply: BatteryBattery: 4 AA Alkaline, Required, Not IncludedWarranty: No Relevant Guarantee. To acquire a replica of the producer’s or provider’s guarantee for this merchandise prior to buying the merchandise, please name Goal Visitor Companies at 1-800-591-3869TCIN: 81269613UPC: 843479125757Item Quantity (DPCI): 087-05-1428Origin: ImportedDescriptionTackle any terrain with a monster truck constructed Ford robust. The Monster Storage Ford F-150 Distant Management 2-in-1 Customized Constructing Set contains a tire-swapping beast of an RC with rugged suspension and full 2.4 GHz wi-fi controls. With a packaged weight of 5.44 lbs., the Ford Raptor is light-weight, however sturdy sufficient to move with ease. Need to hit the monitor? Swap out to avenue tires and burn rubber on asphalt. And when the nice open air name your identify, swap again to outsized dirt-throwing tires and put the pedal to the steel. The Monster Storage Ford F-150 RC is 1:16 scale and constructed with traditional Ford styling that may maintain going sturdy regardless of which means you customise it. If the merchandise particulars above aren’t correct or full, we wish to learn about it.


#2 – Previous-College 54 Chevy

Season 2 – Episode 18 – Aired 3/15/2004

Undertaking car: 1954 Chevrolet 2-door sedan A staff of senior automobile customizing legends had been summoned to rework an old-fashioned automobile into a contemporary chariot worthy of the Caesar of mechanics. With 393 years of expertise underneath one roof, will they make historical past for the Monster Storage, or will they simply develop into historical past? Design staff: Invoice Hines (as Invoice 'the Lead Slinger' Hines) (83) (lead slinger) Dick Dean (automotive artist) Gene Winfield (physique specialist) Fats Jack ({custom} chassis fabricator) John Robinson, Jr. (as John Robinson) (crane mechanic) Norm Grabowski (as Norm 'El Polacko' Grabowski) (hod rodder, actor/automobile fanatic, sculpter) Tom Taylor (hod rod illustrator) Construct staff: Invoice Hines (as Invoice 'the Lead Slinger' Hines) (83), custom-car builder from Backyard Grove, California Dick Dean, custom-car builder from San Jacinto, California Gene Winfield, custom-car builder of Gene Winfield's Rod and Customized from Mojave, California Fats Jack, custom-car builder from Lake E

#25 – Open-Highway Racer

Season 3 – Episode 13 – Aired 12/13/2004

Undertaking Car: 1964 Lincoln Continental A luxurious cruiser was transformed right into a race car to run in open street. Design staff: Dave Golder (knowledgeable open street race automobile designer), Craig Jull (race automobile builder and fabricator), John Caswell (automotive designer) Construct staff: Matt Goodsell, race automobile fabricator from Orange, California Brian Haynes, scorching rod builder from Jamesville, California Craig Jull, fabricator from Bellflower, California Dave Golder, open street race driver and mechanic from Highland, California Pat McElreath, race automobile designer and outdated timer from Portland, Oregon


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