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Traxxas RC Bronco

Traxxas recently caught our attention with their awesome, fully licensed, and highly detailed Land Rover Defender RC model. Now the radio control model manufacturer have introduced this beautifully detailed and faithful reproduction of the 1979 Ford Bronco. This officially licensed and highly detailed RC Bronco is rugged like the vehicle itís modeled after, and features a realistic suspension system for tackling the most extreme off-road obstacles, an adjustable wheelbase, heavy duty hardware, waterproof electronics, and a motor with a real functional 2-speed transmission and locking differentials for slinging mud like the real thing. watch the video below



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