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Man Takes Corvette, Full-Size Movie Replica Cars, Makes Them Remote Control

Within the hobby of remote control cars, builders do a lot to push their experiments to the next level, but this one might just take the cake is the craziest of them all. Sure, you could dump hundreds of dollars, if not more, into the hobby but something like what you’re about to witness here is unlike too many other remote control cars. In fact, we’d be rather surprised to find another one just like it. This creator, by the name of Bjorn Harms, took it upon himself to take the build to a category all its own and we’re absolutely mesmerized by the result.

Instead of starting out with a miniature scale creation, this guy goes for gold right off of the bat, using a regular, full-size Chevrolet Corvette to make remote control magic happen, a base model C6 coupe to be a little bit more specific. At first, we thought that there was no way that this could be real but after we were shown inside to the wheel moving by itself and the gear shifter changing on its own, we have to admit that we are truly amazed. Most of the time, there is some sort of road map to follow with a project but we’d venture to think that this one took a lot of creativity and originality to be able to carry out in just the right way.

Check out the video below as this remote controlled Corvette drives around under its own power and does a couple of burnouts as well. Is this the most insane remote controlled car ever? It may be one of the most expensive, that’s for sure! How many of you would be willing to sit in the passenger seat while the car is being controlled remotely? That would certainly be one wild ride, that’s for sure! It would be quite interesting to see the reaction to nobody being in the car if he were to take it through a drive-thru!

Oh yeah, and as if that wasn’t enough, he even built a couple movie replica cars that you might recognize!

Full-Scale Remote Control Cars Are Mind Blowing

Need one of these full scale R/C cars ASAP!

Posted by BigKleib34 on Sunday, November 4, 2018


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