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  • A scale of 1/10 has dimensions that are one tenth the height, length, width and depth of its real-world counterpart. Another way of doing this is 1:10, or "one to ten". That means that one foot (or inch or millimeter) of real measure equals ten of the miniature. The same can be done for any scale (1/8, 1/24, etc.)
  • MR. TECHNICAL, 10 X'S SMALLER THAN YOUR CAR OR TRUCK OR 8 TIMES SMALLER.
  • Radio controlled vehicles are modeled after full-size cars, trucks, boats, and aircraft. The scale of a remote control cars is it’s sizes compared to the real, full-size vehicle. Therefore a 1:10 scale race car would be 1/10th or 10 times smaller than the size of the real thing. Remote control car toys come in different scales such as: 1:6, 1:8, 1:10, 1:12. Mini-Remote control car toys have a much smaller size scales such as. 1:28 1:64. Because the scale of the remote control vehicles are relative to the full-size vehicles they represent, two vehicles of the same scale may be very different in size to each other. A 1:8 scale sports car will be much smaller than a 1:8 Army tank because a full-size sports car is much smaller than a full-size tank. The terms scale model, scale rc or large scale rc not only describes a scaled down model of a real vehicle, it also means that the rc model is an authentic realistic replica in the style of the body, the paint job and the rc cars performance. If you have any more questions about radio controlled vehicles have a look at this very informative hobby website: http://www.fastgasremotecontrolcars.com/
  • That's the size ratio of the model to the real thing. 1:32 means the model is 1/32 the size of the real thing. 😉

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