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July 2, 2020
 

Velocity RC Cars Issue #40 – Germ Free and just $2.99! Download Instantly

Velocity RC Cars Magazine Issue 40 – VRC_040 It’s summer, or is it spring. Life has been hard on this planet for some, but somehow we still make a magazine. What’s the best part of this issue? No, it’s not the rad reviews, or the servo article…sure it might be the paint article we ran that tells you something doesn’t work, but the reality is you are the only person to touch your own issue. We’ve been germ-free since the start. Mr. Alien, when you come to earth and find nothing but bats left just know those bastards didn’t make this magazine! Our new APP is available on both iTunes and Google Play. Native apps better than wings and a beer. *The APP subscription is NOT compatible with any other subscription and does NOT include back issues.

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Format – PC, Mac, Tablet, or any Smart Device PDF – 50mb Reviews * Redcat Racing Kaiju * Redcat Racing Wendigo Learn * About servos * How to NOT use paint remover * How Joe spends his days in his backyard after painting The Usual Stuff We lost tips to CoVid, but humor, editorial, pictures, page numbers, and colors all fill each issue. We’re made in the USA (we took over Canada) but spread our filthy germs worldwide. We’re the only infection that is just $9.99/year!

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About the Author

Derek Buono
Derek Buono
Derek Buono– Started in the industry as an assistant editor at RC Car Action where he spent 2 years before being recruited by Xtreme RC Cars Magazine. For the past 10 years Derek lead Xtreme RC Cars and helped double the circulation, improved editorial quality and helped lead the market in design and creativity. Derek@vrcmag.com



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