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From Chenghai, China via Jingwei Industrial Company, Limited (*) comes these two 1:24 scale 2012 Chevrolet Corvette C6Rs. They are featherweight plastic bodied, no interiors, no opening parts, metal axles and rear wheel driven by a geared, fast-turning (when pushed a few brisk times) metal flywheel arrangement. Both models were one dollar each from a local thrift store. The "Corvette Racing"-logoed rear wing model had an unrepairable drive gear missing two of its teeth, so its "engine" won't function. The other "Sirius one will haul, assuming enough "revs" are provided. Due to their lightness, weights were installed internally to give them some substantial mass and heft. And because of their cheap price and their questionable quality, they were bought strictly for possible use as donor cars. But for now, I do like the flaired fenders and the graphics of these two.
(*) Jingwei Industrial Company, Limited specilizes in developing, producing and selling remote control cars, especially the copyright ones, such as Hummer, Audi, Cadillac, Chevrolet etc. This explains precisely why these two models are the way they are.