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      Those familiar with the world of model cars will have no doubt come across Tamiya. The Japanese company is well-known for offering remote-controlled cars and model kits of the absolute highest quality, helping model car enthusiasts build their dream vehicles.

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      The team at Hobbyco loves Tamiya RC cars as much as our customers, which is why we’re happy to provide a comprehensive range of models and kits. Few stockists offer as broad a range of Tamiya RC cars in Australia. Shop now!

      Frequently Asked Questions About Tamiya Cars

      Not sure if a Tamiya remote-controlled car is right for you? Here are a few frequently asked questions our customers tend to have. Of course, you can always contact our friendly customer service team with your own queries.

      What Was The First Tamiya RC Car?

      Tamiya has a long and rich history of selling remote-controlled cars. Many passionate model car lovers see the company as being the very first to offer radio-controlled cars that were accessible and easy to assemble. The very first of these vehicles? A Porsche 934, released in 1976.

      The popularity of the Porsche 934 meant its unveiling was quickly followed by a number of other Tamiya car kits, all of which included parts and accessories of unparalleled quality.

      Does Tamiya Still Make RC Cars?

      Of course! To this day, Tamiya remains one of the largest manufacturers of RC cars in the world. 

      From their early days spent crafting wooden models right up until the present, Tamiya has been hard at work expanding its product line. Recent models released by the company include the Nissan 370Z and the Ford Mustang GT4, both of which are available at Hobbyco. 

      How Fast Do Tamiya Cars Go?

      The answer to this question depends on a number of factors, including the model itself as well as any additions you choose to make to the vehicle.

      Some models of Tamiya RC cars are naturally faster than others. The type of track the car is driving on will also affect the top speed. 

      If speed is important to you, spend some time browsing Hobbyco’s range of Tamiya RC cars to find one that best fits your needs and be sure to contact our customer service team with any questions.

      Where Can I Buy Tamiya Cars?

      From Hobbyco, of course!

      We’re proud to offer one of the most comprehensive lines of Tamiya RC cars in Australia, as well as a broad range of tools, paints, and accessories to help you build the model car of your dreams.

      A few of our customers’ favourite products include:

      Nissan Fairlady Z

      A world-renowned high-performance sports car, the Nissan Fairlady Z features a long nose, short deck body, 2-litre inline-6 engine and 4-wheel independent strut suspension. 

      Nissan Skyline 2000GT-R

      A legendary car, the Nissan Skyline 2000GT-R is an inline-6 engine vehicle complete with realistic fittings and figures. 

      Toyota Celica Supra Long Beach GP Marshal Car

      Few Tamiya RC cars are as fun as the Toyota Celica Supra Long Beach GP Marshal Car. This particular version was sighted frequently at Grand Prix held in the United States, including the 1982 Formula One held at Long Beach. Detailed decals are included to enable you to recreate this iconic vehicle down to a tee. 

      Shop for Tamiya RC Cars At Hobbyco

      All these cars and more can be purchased from Hobbyco, a leading supplier of Tamiya RC cars in Australia. Our customers are welcome to shop securely online or visit us in the Queen Victoria Building in Sydney. Payment options including Afterpay, Zip Pay, and more are available. 

      We’re as passionate about Tamiya cars as you and look forward to seeing you soon.