Video: Vaterra RC Builds A Life-Like ’69 RS Camaro

Vaterra 4A manufacturer of premium RC cars and trucks out of Champaign, Illinois, Vaterra offers radio-controlled vehicles that are not only high-quality and optimally-detailed in presentation, but are built for whatever kind of driving environment you prefer.

Be it for driving through the forest, mountains or in the sand dunes, Vaterra has a bitchin’ RC setup that’s right up your alley. The Vaterra product that’s caught our attention, however, is this featured 1/10-scale, ’69 RS Camaro that’s about as close to a real 1st-Gen F-body as one can get.

Nicely-done RCs like our featured Camaro do come at a fairly reasonable price, with a window of around just under $300 all the way to just shy of $700, these cars are a tad steep, but an investment nonetheless. Also, Vaterra’s scaled-down Camaro is a certified product that features a customizable chassis.

Each Vaterra RC also includes full-waterproof electronics, and your car is ready to go when you buy. Their 1st-Gen pony is a clean piece with a remarkable attention to “nooks and crannies”, but in addition to their ’69 RS, the company also offers a 1/10-scale, ’12 ZL1 that aims to please your appetite for late-model GM muscle.

Vaterra 6As you can see from the above clip, the Vaterra RS Camaro isn’t your ordinary, “Toys R Us” special. In fact, each RC is built to nearly real vehicle standards. Like an actual 1st-Gen, their 1/10-scaled pony runs fast and handles. It also runs for a retail of $439.99, though Vaterra is currently offering the car for a selling price of $239.99.

If you’re interested in their ’12 ZL1, then that can be had for a current selling price of $279.99, and either choice is a smart one the next time you’re ready to hit your local park with your one-of-a-kind, Vaterra vehicle.

Be sure to check out the Vaterra RC company whenever you have a moment to “window shop;” warm weather and sunshine are just around the corner!

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Salvatore Alaimo

After graduating from California State University, Northridge, California, Sal Alaimo Jr. has continued with his passion of the automotive industry. Alaimo's been an auto enthusiast since his early years, and grew up learning about cars from his father, Sal Alaimo Sr. If its got a set of fat rear tires and 8-cylinders, Alaimo Jr. is all for it. Today, Alaimo Jr. brings with him a pool of enthusiasm and pride as a contributing freelance writer for Chevy Hardcore.
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