RC Monster Trucks
Tamiya Lunch BoxThis monster truck, wait, no "monster van" looks great. With it's yellow, blue, black, or gold paint schemes and chevron tires. It uses the CW-01 bathtub type chassis which somewhat hinders it's performance. But it has a good price point coming in at about $100. However you still have to buy a radio system, servo, and battery. So buying the hobby king GT-2 2.4 GHz transmitter and receiver (similar to the FS-GT 2) for $20, a servo for $15, and a 5000 mAh 3s lipo battery for $35 you end up spending about $170. This is kind of expensive for a monster truck with a 27 turn brushed motor. But considering that it's a beautiful Tamiya, I think its worth it. Here's a link to the product page, http://adf.ly/eHosu
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Traxxas Monster Jam SeriesThis monster truck series comes in at a price point of about $200 RTR. Which is expensive considering that it has a brushed motor, but it preforms great, looks just like the real thing, and is traxxas good quality. This monster truck is great for beginners or anyone looking to get a monster jam replica truck. Here's a link to the product page, http://adf.ly/eHp7A
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LaTrax Teton 1/ 8 scale Monster Truck
Although this little truck's price tag is high at $150 and has a brushed motor it's still note worthy. Since LaTrax was founded by Traxxas it's come out with the Alias, (a quad copter) the rally (a 1/18 scale rally car) and the Teton. The Teton is kind of like a tiny summit. It uses bell crank steering, 2.4 GHz radio and a 180 sized brushed motor. Here's a link to the product page, http://adf.ly/eH4Vn