ULTRA RARE TYCO SUPER FAST TRAXX trax tracks TANK USA!!

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  • Item Category: Toys, Dolls, Games & Puzzles
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Jul 15,2009
  • Channel: Online Auction

UP FOR AUCTION:

One TYCO SUPER FAST TRAXX. This is an extremely rare vintage TYCO R/C vehicle from the early '90's. It is the larger version of the original TYCO FAST TRAXX, measuring approximately 1 6"x11"x6". I have shown it next to an original FAST TRAXX for comparison (original FAST TRAXX not included in this sale). It has twin motors: two 540 Mabuchi Motors that are larger than those found in the original FAST TRAXX!!!!

This car is rare , much rarer than the original FAST TRAXX. Very few were made, and this one is in perfect condition. I have kept it as part of my Tyco R/C shelf-collection for many years. Note on the bottom t are NO scratches, and the battery compartment hinges are all intact.

This SUPER FAST TRAXX has been MODIFIED by a pro R/C racer. It has been upgraded to allow control via a pistol grip, making this car a serious contender at the track. When you pull the trigger, both treads simultaneously kick off at the exact same instant, allowing straight starts. Rotating the wheel on the pistol grip changes the rotation of either the left or right tread to allow turns. This makes the SUPER FAST TRAXX a great racer!!!! However, you should know that because the treads always run in the same direction, the car will no longer do 360 spins.

Overall, the car is in excellent physical condition. It has UPGRADED front and rear bumpers. The only defect is a split in the left tread that has been professionally repaired (see pic). The car runs great!!!!

In this sale you will get a 7.2v battery, a charger, the custom ProPower Series pistol grip, and the modified SUPER FAST TRAXX for a fantastic ready-to-run package. Ships fast from the USA via USPS Priority Mail!!!!

Good luck!!

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