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Vintage Kyosho Nitro Powered Mooneyes Street Van with QRC Transmission

Fastharry.com Classic Kyosho Mooneyes Street Van

We added this Radio Controlled Kyosho Mooneyes Street Van to our Radio Control collection for 2 main reasons. As RC enthusiasts, we love the box art on the cover and as car enthusiasts in general we have come to love the Mooneyes name and what they have brought to the American Hot Rod scene throught the years.

This classic Kyosho RC 1/10th van features Nitro power and uses Kyosho’s Famous QRC (Quick Reverse Change) transmission for 2 speeds forward and reverse with 4 wheel drive for added stability and great traction on paved surfaces. It uses Kyosho’s gs11-x Nitro engine giving it decent power combined with easy starting and tuning. We love the details Kyosho has moulded into the body and the add on accessories they have included to give the van that quintessential California Street Van look that was famous during the 1970’s and 80’s. Check out the windshield shade and the California style Moon Eyes flat dish wheels.  This kit was introduced by Kyosho in the late 1990’s   and has become a highly sought after collectible world wide.

We also have the optional brake kit that will be installed when we build the kit.

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