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Digital Safety Car
Product Number: SCX13160
Manufacturer: Scx by Irwin Toy
Availability:Discontinued, no longer available for purchase
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This the SCX® Digital SEAT Leon WTCC Safety Car Slot Car by TecniToys® Suitable for Ages 8 & Older

Product Features
  • An authentic reproduction of the Safety Car used in the SEAT Leon 2006 Supercup.
  • This digital car can be easily driven as a standard car, or it can do laps on its own! Having the ability to function without a control unit, you can improve your driving skills against it or increase the level racing dificulty! Lacquer finished and decorated by means of integral soft printing.
  • Equipped with the Digital System Technology, and the following: * High-intensity headlamps with Xenon effect * Removable & Adjustablel magnet * Guide with suspension * A. R. S. guide (automatic return system) * Detailed & tilting chassis * Brakes Unbelievable cabin detail including roll cage, and driver figure with painted helmet, full suit and gloves.
  • Comes fully assembled on a removable display base with clear dust cover.
Product Specifications
  • Scale: 1:32
  • Wheel Base: 82mm
  • Car Weight: 92g
  • Motor: RX-42
What's Included

(1) Slot Car

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Manufacturer Comments

The SCX® Digital System products are NOT compatible with the original SCX® products.

Most Helpful Reviews
Awesome
By Alexrittenhouse November 17, 2013
Great addition to my small layout. Also looks great on train set around Christmas tree.
Was this review helpful to you? 4 of 4 people found this review helpful
We love this rocket!
By djstallard October 26, 2013
My son - along with five other kids in my model rocketry club - fly the LOC IV. What a workhorse. The LOC IV is easy to assemble, incredibly durable, and flies like a champ. This is our go to rocket for kids who want to get N.A.R. junior level one certified.
Was this review helpful to you? 3 of 4 people found this review helpful
My first wood model boat
By jdolby_us March 6, 2014
A it was a lot of sanding and fitting of pieces it was fun and a learning experience, I enjoyed it and ordered 2 more models it was so much fun
Was this review helpful to you? 3 of 3 people found this review helpful
Great detail
By bonnie1273 March 6, 2014
The details are amazing for something so tiny. Preiser's quality is excellent.
Was this review helpful to you? 2 of 2 people found this review helpful
Love these E motors
By jayorr March 3, 2014
If a C motor is good, a D is better. If a D is good, E must be the best (see my Viper review...). Fits in any D powered rocket and twice as much fun, just leave out the motor block. I fly a lot of these, and love em!
Was this review helpful to you? 2 of 2 people found this review helpful
Solid kit at a fantastic price
By scott February 16, 2014
I've used these (and the X-13) kits from SureFire multiple times now as a Merit Badge Counselor for Space Exploration (and just ordered another 24!). White glue and a sharp blade (for cutting fins out of the balsa stock) are just about all you need once you print the instructions. The build instructions are easy enough for younger (age 11) kids to follow on their own or with very little supervision. During one Merit Badge Clinic, we built this and another kit in parallel in about an hour, interleaved with some instruction and discussion, and completed two flights for each Scout (16 total) in the remaining 2 hours, including all the multi-pad launch setup and tear-down. Unlike some other, more expensive ready-to-fly kits that fell apart or couldn't be flown again after their inaugural flight, these work well. The streamer option is great for windy areas or small fields. There is a parachute-based kit (SFR710187) available from HobbyLinc, but unless you know they'll be landing on tarmac or pavement repeatedly, the streamer option really is good enough for most use cases.
Was this review helpful to you? 1 of 4 people found this review helpful
Customers Reviews
My first wood model boat
By jdolby_us March 6, 2014
A it was a lot of sanding and fitting of pieces it was fun and a learning experience, I enjoyed it and ordered 2 more models it was so much fun
Was this review helpful to you? 3 of 3 people found this review helpful
Great detail
By bonnie1273 March 6, 2014
The details are amazing for something so tiny. Preiser's quality is excellent.
Was this review helpful to you? 2 of 2 people found this review helpful
Love these E motors
By jayorr March 3, 2014
If a C motor is good, a D is better. If a D is good, E must be the best (see my Viper review...). Fits in any D powered rocket and twice as much fun, just leave out the motor block. I fly a lot of these, and love em!
Was this review helpful to you? 2 of 2 people found this review helpful
Solid kit at a fantastic price
By scott February 16, 2014
I've used these (and the X-13) kits from SureFire multiple times now as a Merit Badge Counselor for Space Exploration (and just ordered another 24!). White glue and a sharp blade (for cutting fins out of the balsa stock) are just about all you need once you print the instructions. The build instructions are easy enough for younger (age 11) kids to follow on their own or with very little supervision. During one Merit Badge Clinic, we built this and another kit in parallel in about an hour, interleaved with some instruction and discussion, and completed two flights for each Scout (16 total) in the remaining 2 hours, including all the multi-pad launch setup and tear-down. Unlike some other, more expensive ready-to-fly kits that fell apart or couldn't be flown again after their inaugural flight, these work well. The streamer option is great for windy areas or small fields. There is a parachute-based kit (SFR710187) available from HobbyLinc, but unless you know they'll be landing on tarmac or pavement repeatedly, the streamer option really is good enough for most use cases.
Was this review helpful to you? 1 of 4 people found this review helpful
Awesome
By Alexrittenhouse November 17, 2013
Great addition to my small layout. Also looks great on train set around Christmas tree.
Was this review helpful to you? 4 of 4 people found this review helpful
We love this rocket!
By djstallard October 26, 2013
My son - along with five other kids in my model rocketry club - fly the LOC IV. What a workhorse. The LOC IV is easy to assemble, incredibly durable, and flies like a champ. This is our go to rocket for kids who want to get N.A.R. junior level one certified.
Was this review helpful to you? 3 of 4 people found this review helpful
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