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  • Go Mini Remote Control Wolf with steering wheel-style Remote Control lets little ones take a spin in the iconic car!

    This Go Mini Remote Control Wolf is a miniature version of a British classic that gives kids the chance to play driver for a change. The colourful car is controlled by a remote that's designed to look like a steering wheel, and features buttons to activate lights and sounds for added realism.

    Kids can race forwards and stop with a skid, then move backwards to perform a high speed skid. Requires 3 x AA and 3 x AAA batteries (not included).

    Useful info:

    • Age from 3 years
    • Go Mini Remote Control Wolf

  • Recreate the excitement of the classic Pixar kids films with the Toy Story Radio Controlled Car.

    The Toy Story Remote Control Car comes with 2 removable flashing figures of Buzz Lightyear and Woody. Buzz can be placed on the rear spoiler and Woody can be also placed on the windscreen.

    Using the remote control move the car backward and forward, right and left. Turn the wheel completely to the right or left to make the car to make a complete turn.

    Useful info:

    • 2 removable flashing figures of Buzz and Woody
    • Car moves backwards and forwards, left and right
    • Requires: 5x LR6 and 1x 6LR61 Batteries
    • Great gift idea
    • Age from 3 years
    • Toy Story Remote Control Car

    Warning. Not suitable for children under 3 years.

  • Lighting fast and just as bright the lite brix building system - lumi star racer will light up the track! Built for speed this 3-d race car is constructed using the lite brix lighted building bricks, which feature for colour LED’s that come to life when you plug the battery power pack into the model. The building system includes special connector pieces to attach the lite brix to each other, so you can build the model on different angles and translucent pieces that glow with colour from the LED’s.

  • Developed from the standard Fiesta road car the Ford Fiesta RS WRC is a bespoke rally car built by M-Sport for the works Ford Rally Team for use in the World Rally Championship. The new WRC regulations for 2011 required a turbo charged 1600cc; this engine is both reliable and powerful, thus keeping the flame spitting character of the WRC cars intact. A number of teams now drive the Fiesta WRC in the World Rally Championship and it has scored a number of victories and been competitive with both the works rally team and a number of privateer teams.

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