Picked up a new 100-series

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Just found this new-old-stock Kyosho Mini Z Land Cruiser 100-series built in 2003 and still sealed in the box when it arrived to me. Have had a couple of days to play around with it now and it's a lot of fun for such a small, low key little rig. Has some cool features like full articulation, lockable rear diff option, very well rendered body shell, and uses rechargeable AA & AAA batteries.

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Nice! I've had a 100 series 1/18 scale model car in my cart a few times but never pulled the trigger due to the crazy prices they are asking.
I know the one, same story for me too. This wasn't cheap at just over $200, plus buying rechargeable batteries and a charging tray, but I justified it because I don't see these very often and especially in full kit form.
I am always surprised how few models and toys were made of this series Cruiser, hoping they will get some love as a young classic by some of the manufacturers soon.
 
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I know the one, same story for me too. This wasn't cheap at just over $200, plus buying rechargeable batteries and a charging tray, but I justified it because I don't see these very often and especially in full kit form.
I am always surprised how few models and toys were made of this series Cruiser, hoping they will get some love as a young classic by some of the manufacturers soon.
That's totally true about there aren't any 100 series toys at all. When I was a little kid I bought random 1/18 model cars I liked. I actually have a 1/18 scale 80 series, haha.
 
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