While strolling past a store in Massillon, Ohio, earlier this summer, my eye was drawn to a window display of used radio-controlled (RC) cars. This guy was going for $200. There was another one that was priced at $575.
My first real car (used, of course) was only $1200.
Kid Adam was into these
When Kid Adam was about 12, he was into RC stuff big-time. I know he built and raced several models of RC cars, including this one running on a track between Cape and Jackson.
I wonder where they are now?
I think he sold his cars when he got older, but if he didn’t, it’s time for me to go rooting in the attic.
2 Replies to “Remembering RC Cars”
Cool stuff!…some of us still play with toys…I have my Drones which I enjoy. These are like RC cars in the air…
I remember the hobby horse in the town plaza had a huge track built inime side of the store that used to have races. I spent many hours facinated by the care. Later got a slot car track for Christmas spent many hours racing against my dad in the living room floor. Good memories.