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Tamiya Corporation Logo
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Tamiya Incorporated (Kabushiki gaisha Tamiya) is a Japanese manufacturer of radio controlled cars, plastic model kits, battery and solar powered educational models, sailboat models, acrylic and enamel model paints and various modeling tools and supplies. The company was founded by Yoshio Tamiya (ja) in Shizuoka, Japan, in 1946.

The metal molds were produced from plans which had the concept of being "easy to understand and build, even for beginners". Even the box art was consistent with this throughout the company.

The company has gained a reputation among hobbyists of producing models of outstanding quality and accurate scale detail. Its philosophy is reflected directly in the company's motto, "First in Quality Around the World". Tamiya's most renown RC models include the Avante, Egress, Hornet and Grasshopper.

Tamiya Avante TD4

History

The first Tamiya RC car (Porsche 934 Turbo RSR (58001))
Tamiya Porsche 934 Turbo RSR (58001)

Several years prior to Tamiya's venture into the world of RC cars, one of Tamiya's designers, Fumito Taki, had attempted to modify the M4 Sherman static tank into a radio-controlled model. The idea was to have a static "animated" model above all and not a pure R/C model. Fumito Taki had electrified a Formula 1 of the Big Scale series in his spare time and seeing Fumito Taki play in the parking lot during a work break intrigued Shunsaku Tamiya, the president of Tamiya. The mold of the Porsches had been a heavy investment and it did not pay for itself hence Shunsaku Tamiya saw an opportunity to leverage his investment by electrifying the Porsche. 100,000 models of the Tamiya Porsche 934 Turbo RSR sold in the first year and bombarded Tamiya to the top of the RC industry.

Tamiya has had a long standing business relationship with electric motors manufacturer Mabuchi (ja). Product ranges such as the SH version equipped practically all Tamiya models until the 90s before giving way to the J version of Johnson Electric that is currently found in present RC cars.

Model groups

Being a manufacturer of RC cars as well as die cast models, tanks, sailbots etc, Tamiya has segmented its products lines by numbered products ranges references. Below is the list of Tamiya model number series and the description for each group:

  • 43XXX: Glow RTR
  • 44XXX: Glow kits
  • 46XXX: Quick Drives
  • 470XX: Old Tamtech sets
  • 472XX: 1/18 Scale Little Gear Series
  • 480XX: Old Tamtech car only
  • 482XX: 1/35 Radio Control Tank Series
  • 49XXX: Limited Edition kits and parts
  • 50XXX to 51XXX: Spare parts
  • 53XXX: Hopups
  • 58XXX: R/C Kits
  • 560XX: 1/16 Radio Control Tank Series
  • 561XX: Solar kits
  • 562XX: Sail boats
  • 563XX: 1/14 Scale R/C Tractor Trucks
  • 564XX: Glider planes
  • 566XX: 1/25 scale tanks
  • 567XX: 1/12 Tamtech Gear RTR
  • 570XX: Complete Kits (with radio)
  • 571XX: Tam-Tech Gear Kits
  • 576XX: 1/10 RC Boy's 4WD Racer

Products reference numbers

Within its model groups, Tamiya uses a different number as a reference for each new individual kit or to differentiate an original kit from a rerelease.

Upon launch of the first Tamiya RC model, the Porsche 934 Turbo RSR and for the first 30 models, the first Tamiya numbering system was used. The reference consisted of a series of letters and digits: RA-1201 (Porsche 934 Turbo RSR), RA-1015 (Rough Rider) up to the 30th and last in that serie: RA-1030 (Honda Formula 02 (CS)). "RA" refers to the production line (RC models), the first pair of digits (10, 12) to the kit scale (1/10th or 1/12th), and the last pair of digits is the kit number.

The second numbering system was a simplification over the first one as it removed the scale reference and changed the production line letters by a single code: 58. The first kit in that serie was 5831 (Brabham BT-50 BMW Turbo) and the last one was 5865 (Clod Buster). Because this serie could not allow to go higher than 99, Tamiya moved to a new numbering system.

An additional digit "0" was introduced after the "58" production line code. The Super Sabre (kit 58066) started this 3rd numbering system, and it is still active today. This will allow Tamiya to go up to 1000 references using this system.

Old models references where modified afterward to comply with the new numbering system and make it easier to position the cars chronologically in the present numbering system.

Limited Edition Tamiya kits may receive a 49xxx reference number. This includes some re-releases Chrome Metallic editions (49337 Wild Willy 2), (49154 Tyrell P34 Six Wheeler), Gold editions (49459 Lunch Box) or racing chassis that yield world championship titles to Tamiya such as 49394 TRF415MSX Marc Rheinard. This reference type is also used for limited series of spare parts (specific color or material).

Finally, factory assembled and painted models received a 57xxx reference type. Normally, they are identical to their counterpart kit, but they may feature different dampers (friction instead of hydraulic) or speed controller (mechanical instead of electronic). On the other hand, the body is already painted and decorated and the model is provided with a complete radio set, stick pack and charger (upon local distributor choice).

Notable RC models

List of notable RC models by Tamiya Corporation.

RC Products

Since the introduction of the first Tamiya RC car (the Porsche 934 Turbo RSR #58001) in 1976, Tamiya has released over 1,600 references of RC car models in both nitro (engine cars) and electric.

Tamiya chassis

Tamiya builds its products range on different chassis, each being used on one, several or many different chassis variants or bodies. This has allowed the company to produce over 1,500 models based on dozens of different chassis. Below are lists of Tamiya chassis and variants:

1/10 electric on-road chassis

In chronological order:

DF-03Ra Chassis

FF-01 Chassis

FF-02 Chassis

FF-03 Chassis

FF-03 Evo Chassis

FF-03 Pro Chassis

FF-03R Chassis

FF-04 Evo Chassis

FF-04 Evo Chassis - Black Edition

Group-C Chassis

HP Drift Spec Chassis

M-01 Chassis

M-01M Chassis

M-02 Chassis

M-02L Chassis

M-02M Chassis

M-03 Chassis

M-03L Chassis

M-03M Chassis

M-03R Chassis

M-03R Chassis - Blue Plated Version

M-04 Chassis

M-04L Chassis

M-04M Chassis

M-05 Chassis

M-05-Pro Chassis

M-05 Pro Chassis - Blue Plated Version

M-05 Chassis - Gold Edition

M-05 Ver.II Pro Chassis

M-05 Ver.II R Chassis

M-05 Ra Chassis

M-05 S-Spec Chassis

M-05 S-Spec - Silver Style Chassis

M-06 Chassis

M-06 Pro Chassis

M-06R Chassis

M-07 Concept Chassis

M-07R Chassis

M-08 Concept Chassis

M-08R Chassis

MF-01X Chassis

Quattro (QT) Chassis

TA-01 Chassis

TA-02 Chassis

TA-02RS Chassis

TA-02S Chassis

TA-02SW Chassis

TA-02T Chassis

TA-02W Chassis

TA-03 Chassis

TA-03F Chassis

TA-03F Pro (David Jun) Chassis

TA-03F Pro Drift Spec Chassis

TA-03F Pro Drift Spec Chassis

TA-03F-S Chassis

TA-03R Chassis

TA-03R TRF Chassis

TA-03R-S Chassis

TA-03R-S TRF Chassis

TA-04 Chassis

TA-04 Pro Chassis

TA-04 Pro Chassis - Blue Collection

TA-04R Chassis

TA-04R Tuned Chassis

TA-04S Chassis

TA-04SS Chassis

TA-04 TRF Special Chassis

TA-05 Chassis

TA-05-IFS Chassis

TA-05-IFS-R Chassis

TA-05 M-Four Chassis

TA-05 MS Chassis

TA-05R Chassis

TA-05 V2 Chassis

TA-05 Ver.II Gold Chassis

TA-05 V2-R Chassis

TA-05 VDF Chassis

TA-05 VDF Drift Chassis - Gold Edition

TA-05 VDF II Drift Chassis

TA-06 Chassis

TA-06 MS Chassis

TA-06 Pro Chassis

TA-06 Pro Chassis - w/Upgrade Pack

TA-06 Pro Chassis - w/44mm Dbl Cardan

TA-06R Chassis

TA-07 MS Chassis

TA-07 MSX Chassis

TA-07 Pro Chassis

TA-07R Chassis

TA-07RR Chassis

TA-08 Pro Chassis

TB-01 Chassis

TB-02 Chassis

TB-02D Chassis

TB-02R Chassis

TB-03 Chassis

TB-03D Chassis

TB-03D - w/Upgrade Pack Chassis

TB-03R Chassis

TB-03 VDS Chassis

TB-04 Chassis

TB-04R Chassis

TB-04 Pro II Chassis

TB-05 Pro Chassis

TB-05R Chassis

TB Evolution Chassis

TB Evolution II Chassis

TB Evolution III Chassis

TB Evolution III Surikarn Limited Chassis

TB Evolution IV Chassis

TB Evolution IV MS Chassis

TB Evolution V Chassis

TB Evolution V MS Chassis

TB Evo.6 Chassis

TB Evo.6 Chassis - Black Version

TB Evo.6 MS Chassis

TB Evo.7 Chassis

TC-01 Chassis

TL-01 Chassis

TL-01 Ra Chassis

TL-01LA Chassis

TRF-414 Chassis

TRF-414M Chassis

TRF-414M Champion Memorial Chassis

TRF-414M World Champion Replica Chassis

TRF-414M II Chassis

TRF-414X Chassis

TRF-415 Chassis

TRF-415 MRE Chassis

TRF-415 MS Chassis

TRF-415 MSX Chassis

TRF-415 MSX Chassis - Marc Rheinard Edition

TRF-415 MSXX Chassis

TRF-415 MSXX - Marc Rheinard Edition 2007

TRF-416 Chassis

TRF-416WE Chassis

TRF-416X Chassis

TRF-417 Chassis

TRF-417 Chassis - w/Gear Differential Unit II

TRF-417WX Chassis

TRF-417X Chassis

TRF-417X Reedy Race Chassis

TRF-418 Chassis

TRF-419 Chassis

TRF-419X Chassis

TRF-419XR Chassis

TRF-419XW Chassis

TRF-420 Chassis

TT-01 Chassis

TT-01D Chassis

TT-01R Chassis

TT-01 Type-E Chassis

TT-01 Type-ES Chassis

TT-01D Type-E Chassis

TT-01R Type-E Chassis

TT-02 Chassis

TT-02 White Special Chassis

TT-02 First Try Chassis

TT-02 Type-S Chassis

TT-02 Type-SR Chassis

TT-02D Chassis

TT-02D Type-S Chassis

TT-02R Chassis

TT-02R Chassis

TT-02RR Chassis

WR-02C Chassis

XV-01 PRO Chassis

XV-01 Long Damper Spec Chassis

XV-01 Long Damper Spec Chassis

XV-01TC Chassis

1/12 electric on-road chassis

In chronological order:

  • 934 Chassis
  • 959 Chassis
  • Countach Chassis
  • CS (Competition Special) Chassis
  • Golf-CS Chassis
  • GT-01 Chassis
  • RM Mk.1 Chassis
  • RM Mk.2 Chassis
  • RM Mk.3 Chassis
  • RM Mk.4 Chassis
  • RM Mk.5 Chassis
  • RM Mk.6 Chassis
  • RM Mk.7 Chassis
  • RM-01 Chassis
  • XR311 Chassis

1/8 nitro on-road chassis

In chronological order:

  • 44002 - TGX Mk1-TS
  • 44010 - TGX Mk1-TS Double Deck Chassis
  • 44015 - TGX Mk1 TRF Special Chassis
  • 44017 - TGX Mk1 TS/15CV-X Chassis
  • 44027 - TGX Mk1 TS/N CX-12 Chassis
  • 44030 - TGR Chassis
  • 44033 - TGR - No Engine Version Chassis

1/10 nitro on-road chassis

In chronological order:

  • 44014 - TG10 Mk1 Chassis
  • 44020 - TG10 Mk1 Pro Chassis
  • 44032 - TG10R Chassis
  • 44042 - TG10 Mk2 Chassis
  • 44048 - TG10 Mk2 PRO Chassis
  • 49172 - TG10 Mk.1 PRO Racing Chassis
  • 84390 - TG10 Mk.2 FZ Chassis
  • 84423 - TG10 Mk.2 FZ Racing Chassis

Off-road chassis

  • SRB
  • FAV
  • Falcon
  • ORV
  • Grasshopper
  • DT
  • WR
  • CW
  • GF
  • Hotshot
  • Avante
  • Astute
  • DF
  • DB
  • DN
  • WT
  • Speed
  • Speed 2006
  • CC
  • CR
  • Clod Buster
  • Juggernaut
  • TXT

Engine cars

Tamiya Mad Bison 44025 Boxart
Tamiya Mad Bison box (44025)

Tamiya released its first nitro engine RC car in 1994 with the TR-15t 2-wheel drive stadium truck followed by the Mad Bison in 2000. Tamiya would later release several other nitro RC vehicle including the Terra Crusher, the TNX (TMG-03) and the Nitrage 5.2 amongst others.

Strength and weaknesses

Tamiya's first nitro vehicle, was the TR-15t which was released in 1994. TR-15t is a 2-wheel drive stadium truck with a 0.15 in³ (2½ cm³) nitro engine. Since at the time, electric vehicles already offered 4-wheels-drive, the TR-15t was not a very popular vehicle.

Tamiya released its second nitro vehicle the Mad Bison in 2000, a four-wheel drive on-road car with off-road tires, utilizing the previously released F-150 body. It was poportly designed and its poorly located reduction gear bulged under the chassis to compensate for larger tires caused the vehicle to bottomed out easily. It was also thought that its suspension was inappropriate for the truck.

Both the TR-15t and the Mad Bison were not very popular vehicles at the time.

List of glow engine cars

This is a list of known Tamiya glow engine RC cars:

Nitro on-road cars
  • TG10-Mk.2FN
  • TG10-Mk.2FZ Racing
  • TG10-Mk.2FZ
  • TG10-Mk.2FX
  • TG10-Mk.2SG
  • TG10-Mk.2s
  • TG10-Mk.2
  • TGR
  • TG10R
  • TG10-Mk.1
  • TG10-Mk.1 Long Suspension Arms
  • TGX-Mk.1 (Calsonic GT-R)
  • TNS (XBG)
  • TGS-R(XBG)
  • TGS (XBG)
Nitro off-road cars
  • TRF801X
  • Nitrage 5.2
  • TGM-04 (TNX5.2R)
  • NDF-01 (Nitro Thunder)

Electric on-road cars

Tamiya Ferrari 599xx TA-06 58506 Front Side
Tamiya Ferrari 599xx on TA-06 chassis (58506)

Since the launch of the Porsche 934 Turbo RSR, Tamiya has released hundreds of electric on-road RC cars of which some have been re-released.

Strength and weaknesses

List of electric on-road cars

The following is a list of all Tamiya on-road electric RC vehicles by release date in chronological order. Each model is linked to a unique reference number as detailed above.

1970s
1980s
  • Ralt RT2 Hart 420R #58018 (1980)
  • Williams FW-07 #58019 (1980)
  • J.P.S. Lotus 79 #58020 (1980)
  • Can-Am Lola #58021 (1980)
  • Datsun 280ZX #58022 (1980)
  • VW Golf CS #58025 (1981)
  • Renault 5 Turbo #58026 (1981)
  • Honda F-2 #58030 (1982)
  • Brabham BT50 BMW Turbo #58031 (1982)
  • Tornado #58032 (1982)
  • Ford C100 #58033 (1983)
  • Audi Quattro Rally #58036 (1983)
  • Opel Ascona 400 Rally #58037 (1983)
  • Lancia Rally #58040 (1983)
  • Porsche 956 #58042 (1984)
  • Mitsubishi Pajero #58044 (1984)
  • Toyota Toms 84C #58049 (1985)
  • Newman Porsche #58052 (1985)
  • Road Wizard F-1 #58053 (1986)
  • Porsche 959 #58059 (1986)
  • Lotus Honda 99T #58068 (1987)
  • Williams FW-11B Honda #58069 (1987)
1990s
  • Ferrari F189 Late Version #58084 (1990)
  • Mercedes-Benz C11 #58088 (1990)
  • Tyrrell 019 Ford #58090 (1991)
  • Nissan 300ZX IMSA GTO #58091 (1991)
  • Jaguar XJR 12 Daytona Winner #58092 (1991)
  • Honda NSX #58094 (1991)
  • Lotus 102B Judd #58095 (1991)
  • Toyota Celica GT-4 #58096 (1991)
  • Ferrari F40 #58098 (1991)
  • Nissan Skyline GT-R NISMO #58099 (1991)
  • Mazda 787B #58102 (1991)
  • Jordan 191 #58103 (1991)
  • McLaren MP4/6 Honda #58104 (1992)
  • Williams FW14 Renault #58105 (1992)
  • Mercedes-Benz 190E Evo.II AMG #58108 (1992)
  • Nissan R91CP #58109 (1992)
  • Ford Escort RS Cosworth #58112 (1993)
  • Schnitzer BMW M3 Sport Evo. #58113 (1992)
  • Footwork FA13 Mugen-Honda #58114 (1992)
  • Lancia Delta HF Integrale #58117 (1992)
  • Benetton B192 #58118 (1993)
  • Toyota Celica GT-Four RC #58119 (1993)
  • Axia Skyline GT-R Gr.A #58120 (1993)
  • Idemitsu Motion Mugen Civic #58121 (1993)
  • Michelin Pilot Ford Escort RS #58125 (1993)
  • Lotus 107B Ford #58126 (1993)
  • Castrol Honda Civic Vti #58127 (1993)
  • Alfa Romeo 155 V6 TI (58128 (1993)
  • Castrol Celica (93 Monte-Carlo Rally Winner) #58129 (1993)
  • Sauber C12 #58130 (1993)
  • Toms Levin #58131 (1993)
  • Mitsubishi Pajero Metaltop Wide #58132 (1993)
  • Jaccs Civic #58133 (1994)
  • Newman Haas K Mart Texaco Lola T93/00 Ford #58134 (1994)
  • Calsonic Skyline GT-R Gr.A #5813 (1994)
  • Blitz Toyota Supra Gr.N #58137 (1994)
  • Renault Clio Williams #58138 (1994)
  • AMG Mercedes-Benz C-Class DTM D2 #58139 (1994)
  • HKS Nissan Skyline GT-R Gr.A #58140 (1994)
  • Jeep Wrangler #58141 (1994)
  • Ferrari 412T1 #58142 (1994)
  • Ford Mondeo BTCC Touring Car #58143 (1994)
  • Nissan 300ZX IMSA GTS #58144 (1994)
  • ProMarkt-Zakspeed AMG Mercedes C-Class DTM #58145 (1994)
  • Castrol Nissan Primara JTCC #58147 (1994)
  • Rahal-Hogan Motorola Lola T94/00 Honda #58148 (1994)
  • Rover Mini Cooper #58149 (1994)
  • Opel Calibra V6 DTM #58150 (1995)
  • Calsonic Nissan Primera JTCC Upgrade Special #58151 (1995)
  • Isuzu Mu #58152 (1995)
  • Daytona Thunder #58153 (1995)
  • M1025 Hummer #58154 (1995)
  • Loctite Nissan Skyline GT-R N1 #58155 (1995)
  • F103RS Chassis Kit #58156 (1995)
  • TA02 Racing Special Chassis Kit #58157 (1995)
  • Fiat Abarth 1000 TCR Berlina Corsa #58158 (1995)
  • HKS Opel Vectra JTCC #58159 (1995)
  • Volkswagen Golf VR6 #58162 (1995)
  • Rover Mini Cooper 94 Monte-Carlo #58163 (1995)
  • Toyota Celica GT-Four #58164 (1995)
  • Nismo Clarion GT-R LM 95 Le Mans contender #58165 (1995)
  • Isuzu Mu Type X #58166 (1995)
  • Toyota Toms EXIV JTCC #58167 (1995)
  • Alpine A110 #58168 (1995)
  • Ford SVT Mustang Cobra R #58169 (1996)
  • Castrol Toyota Toms Supra GT #58170 (1996)
  • BMW 318i STW (58171 #1996)
  • Taisan Starcard Porsche 911 GT2 #58172 (1996)
  • Volkswagen Beetle #58173 (1996)
  • Street Devil #58174 (1996)
  • Honda S800 Racing #58175 (1996)
  • Repsol Ford Escort RS Cosworth #58176 (1996)
  • TA03F Pro Belt Drive 4WD Racing Car Chassis Kit #58177 (1996)
  • Honda CR-V #58178 (1996)
  • Williams Renault FW18 #58179 (1996)
  • Eunos Roadster #58180 (1996)
  • Audi A4 STW #58182 (1996)
  • Volvo 850 BTCC (58183 (1996)
  • Kure Nismo GT-R #58185 (1996)
  • PIAA Accord VTEC #58186 (1996)
  • Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint GTA #58187 (1996)
  • Opel Calibra Cliff #58188 (1997)
  • Martini Alfa Romeo 155 V6 TI #58189 (1997)
  • JACCS Accord Upgrade Special #58190 (1997)
  • Calsonic Skyline GT-R #58191 (1997)
  • Porsche 911 GT1 #58193 (1997)
  • Formula-1 Racing Car F103RX Chassis Kit #58194 (1997)
  • Alfa Romeo 155 V6 TI Bosch #58195 (1997)
  • Honda S-MX Lowdown #58196 (1997)
  • Porsche Boxster #58197 (1997)
  • PIAA Nakajima Reynard 97D #58198 (1997)
  • Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution IV #58199 (1997)


2000s

Electric off-road cars

Tamiya Egress front side (58583)
Tamiya Egress (58583)

Strength and weaknesses

List of electric off-road cars

The following is a list of all Tamiya off-road electric RC vehicles by release date in chronological order. Each model is linked to a unique reference number as detailed above.

1970s
  • FMC XR311 #58004 (1977)
  • Lamborghini Cheetah #58007 (1978)
  • Rough Rider #58015 (1979)
  • Sand Scorcher #58016 (1979)
1980s
  • Holiday Buggy #58023 (1980)
  • Sand Rover #58024 (1981)
  • Ford F150 Ranger XLT #58027 (1981)
  • Toyota 4x4 Pick Up #58028 (1981)
  • 4x4 Blazing Blazer #58029 (1982)
  • Super Champ #58034 (1982)
  • Wild Willy #58035 (1982)
  • Subaru Brat #58038 (1983)
  • The Frog #58041 (1983)
  • The Grasshopper #58043 (1984)
  • The Hornet #58045 (1984)
  • Fast Attack Vehicle #58046 (1984)
  • Hotshot 4WD #58047 (1985)
  • Toyota 4x4 Pick Up Bruiser #58048 (1985)
  • Wild One #58050 (1985)
  • The Fox #58051 (1985)
  • Supershot #58054 (1986)
  • The Boomerang #58055 (1986)
  • The Falcon #58056 (1986)
  • The Bigwig 4WD #58057 (1986)
  • Ford F-150 Ranger Blackfoot #58058 (1986)
  • Monster Beetle #58060 (1986)
  • Striker #58061 (1987)
  • Hotshot II #58062 (1987)
  • Lunch Box #58063 (1987)
  • Toyota Celica Gr.B #58064 (1987)
  • Clod Buster #58065 (1987)
  • Super Sabre #58066 (1987)
  • Thunder Shot #58067 (1987)
  • Midnight Pumpkin #58070 (1987)
  • Sonic Fighter #58071 (1988)
  • Avante #58072 (1988)
  • Thunder Dragon #58073 (1988)
  • The Grasshopper II #58074 (1988)
  • Terra Scorcher #58075) (1988)
  • Vanquish #58076 (1988)
  • Mud Blaster #58077 (1989)
  • Fire Dragon #58078 (1989)
  • Egress #58079 (1989)
  • Astute #58080 (1989)
  • Nissan King Cab #58081 (1989)
  • Madcap #58082 (1989)

1990s

  • Saint Dragon #58083 (1990)
  • Avante 2001 #58085 (1990)
  • Toyota Hi-Lux Monster Racer (58086 (1990)
  • Manta Ray #58087 (1990)
  • Bullhead #58089 (1990)
  • Bear Hawk #58093 (1991)
  • Super Astute #58097 (1991)
  • Top-Force #58100 (1991)
  • Bush Devil #58101 (1992)
  • Stadium Blitzer #58106 (1992)
  • Top-Force Evolution #58107 (1992)
  • Super Blackfoot #58110 (1992)
  • Toyota 4x4 Pick Up Mountaineer #58111 (1992)
  • Terra Conqueror #58115 (1992)
  • Dyna Storm #58116 (1992)
  • Blitzer Beetle #58122 (1993)
  • Dyna Blaster #58123 (1993)
  • Super Hornet #58124 (1993)
  • Toyota Prerunner #58136 (1994)
  • 4x4 Racing Truck Chevy S-10 #58146 (1994)
  • Dirt Thrasher #58160 (1995)
  • 4x4 Racing Truck Ford F-150 #58161 (1995)
  • Stadium Thunder #58181 (1996)
  • Fighter Buggy RX #58184 (1996)
  • King Blackfoot #58192 (1997)

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