Tamtech, released in 1986, is a series of smaller radio controlled cars which can be quickly assembled and driven, powered by a 7.2v battery.
Much of the car’s lack of real success was because the popularity of the large sized counterpart meant that there were very little demand for small-scale RC cars. The Tamtech cars would later influence other RC car manufacturers including Kyosho to build miniature RC cars, such as the their own highly successful Mini-Z series and RadioShack’s popular XMODS.
List of the original kits. Porsche 962, Lancia LC2, BMW GTP, Ford Mustang Probe, Ferrari Testarossa, Porsche 961, Lamborghini Countach 5000QV, Ferrari 643, Lotus 102B, McLaren MP4/6, & Max Climber
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