Item no.: 31059
Carrera Digital 132 Plymouth Roadrunner, No.25.
Lets the racing muscles play
With the Plymouth Roadrunner, a real US muscle car is on the starting line, which owes its name to a very nimble bird. The fast roadrunner also showed what he can do on the Nascar racetracks in the early 70s. In the 1971 and 1972 seasons, American driver Cerry Ezra "Jabe" Thomas was at the wheel of the #25 Roadrunner.
Individually codable and digitally controlled with realistic acceleration and braking action. The cars are high-detailed models with nicely finished, tampo-printed liveries and generally feature a "pan" interior representing the driver from mid-torso up, allowing more space inside the car for the chip and reducing weight. The cars come with 9:27 gearing and an inline E200 motor, double traction magnets and a double-braid for improved connectivity.
Ready to Run (RTR) on both Evolution and Digital 132 Track.