Tamiya Radio Control cars are high performance kit cars - you must assemble all parts yourself. If you do not feel capable of assembling these kits, take a look at Tamiya's own Ready to Run XB cars.
Skill required is similar to basic mechanical work - if you can change plugs and brake pads on a real car, you should be able to build a kit. All car kits require a Radio (includes control box, receiver, switch/BEC and servo), Nimh battery and Charger to function, which are included in deals - you will need a craft knife, cross head screwdriver and pliers, plus paint and 8xAA batteries for the controller to complete the model.
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