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Ferrari Nano Racers: Tiny, Remote Controlled Fun

by Paul Strauss
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Can’t afford to spend your next couple of paychecks on that Italian sports car you’ve been dreaming about? Why not live vicariously through these miniature motorized Ferarris that just hit the streets? These tiny 1/58th scale Ferraris measure just about 3-inches long and fit in the palm of your hand.

Ferrari Nano Remote Control Racers

Ferrari Nano Remote Control Racers

These officially-licensed RealDrive Nano mini racers include Testarossa, F430, 512BB and Enzo models. They speed around your room using infrared remote controls which each operate on different wavelengths so you can race up to four cars at the same time. They’re quite detailed and even feature tiny LED cornering lights.

Best of all, they don’t require costly gasoline or insurance policies to drive. So head on over to Japanese importer Strapya-World and pick up a few. They’re only ¥2,690 (appx. $25 USD) each, just a teensy bit less than that real Ferrari would cost.

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