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The A-Team R/C Van

Shuddup, fool!

The A-Team R/C Van

Shuddup, fool!

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The A-Team R/C Van

Lights and sounds

'In 1972 a crack commando unit was sent to prison by a military court for a crime they didn't commit…' If those words mean anything to you, you're probably already rubbing your Hannibal-style black leather gloves together in sheer excitement. Yes indeed, an R/C replica of the A-Team's ultra-macho GMC van has screeched into the Firebox stockade, and it's just as cool as you remember.

The A-Team R/C Van

Van & twin toggle transmitter

Fully-licensed by the A-Team (not literally, silly, they're still in hiding) this fully-functioning, ready-to-run van will take you back to those Saturday evenings spent watching the adventures of the world's most famous fugitives for hire.

Get to grips with the twin toggle transmitter and you'll soon be whizzing around shouting 'I pity the fool!' as you attempt to outrun the imaginary forces of Colonel Decker. You can even blast out that rousing theme tune as you rescue various saddos from small time crooks. We love it when a van comes together!

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Tyre Detail

Not quite life-size

With its characteristic red stripe and fabulously pointless rooftop spoiler, the A-Team R/C Van is more than a souped-up mercenary mobile; it's an icon of vehicular pop culture. And that's no surprise when you consider the brilliance of the A-Team. Who else could make an armoured car out of an old lawnmower and an off-cut of corrugated iron. And what about those tongue-in-cheek episode titles. From The Spy Who Mugged Me to Bullets and Bikinis, the A-Team oozed class. Just like this battery-operated ride.

Unlike the TV show we'll quit this jibba-jabba while we're ahead, because we can't afford to hire guest stars such as Boy George and Hulk Hogan to bolster tumbling ratings. Suffice to say, this evocative van is set to race off the shelves faster than you can double-take at a Cylon. So hit the Buy button. And remember: if you have a problem, if no one else can help, and if you can find them, maybe you can hire... The A-Team.
The A Team R/C Van

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Please Note:
  • Recommended for ages 6 plus
  • Not for children under 3 years
Features:
  • Full function control - forward, reverse, left, right.
  • Features Machine Gun and Theme Tune Sounds!
  • Working headlights
  • Custom A-Team paint job
  • Custom red wheels & tyres
  • Bull bar and roof spot lights
Dimensions:
  • 18.5cm (L) x 6cm (H) x 8.8cm (D)
In the box:
  • 1 x A-Team Van
  • 1 x Remote Control
Battery Requirements:
  • Van: 3 x AA Batteries (not included)
  • Controller: 1 x 9v Battery (not included)

Customer Reviews

This is the best gift besides Snickers! I pity the fool who does not buy this.
Mr T, U.S.A - 23rd March 2011
Got this as part of my 40th Birthday present... Great little RC van with a great theme. Surprisingly good quality for the money 10 out of 10!
Darrell, Crawley, West Sussex - 9th September 2010
Just a quick response to Ian, You can by different frequency chips in all model shops they are just a few pence for a pair and are easily changed. Then you can have the A-Team V Knight Rider face off you deserve!
Ben Graves, Newcastle Upon Tyne - 22nd July 2010
Must have for any A-Team fan. Quality of finish is fab. Got this and KITT for myself and my brother for Christmas but unfortunately they operated on the same frequency which is a big pain because you can't use them at the same time. That was a big disappointment, should have a switch to change frequency like other cars in the market.
Ian, Dundalk, Ireland. - 6th January 2010
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