A detailed undercarriage with boxed crossmember frame rails, detailed floor pans, realistic exhaust, faux transmission, rear solid axle with removable differential cover and independent front suspension ensure the FiftyNine looks just as good performing tricks as it does displayed on a mirror.
Slow cruising in style, hopping for the crowd or rolling on three, it’s all possible with the FiftyNine’s specially designed simulated hydraulic suspension. Using specialty servos and precision weight bias, the FiftyNine replicates the driving style and overall look of a full-size hopping lowrider.
The included LR6X transmitter’s lowrider style switches, levers and buttons provide an authentic lowrider experience. Use the levers to individually raise and lower each of the three height adjustment servos or drop and extend the entire front or rear of the car with momentary buttons and switches. Slam the body for slow cruising, ride on three or hop for the crowd, it’s all possible with the FiftyNine. If you time the switches just right while hopping, you can proudly stand the FiftyNine up on its bumper and rear tires.
The Redcat FiftyNine comes in either Blue or Titanium giving the 1959 Chevrolet Impala a showroom worthy appearance. Fully painted optional rear fender skirts included.
- • Officially licensed and highly detailed 1959 Chevrolet Impala body
- • Scale 14 in spoked wheels
- • Detailed chrome injection molded trim
- • LED light kit ready
- • Patented vehicle hopping system – U.S. Patent No. 11,083,973
- • Real-time adjustable ride height
- • Ultra fast custom made REEFS RC Hopping Servo
- • Two 25KG rear axle height adjustment servos
- • 6-Channel LR6X Radio control with lowrider style switches
- • Individual switches for each of the 3 height adjustment servos
- • Momentary switches for raising either the front or rear to max ride height / hopping
- • Momentary buttons for lowering either the front or rear to minimum ride height
- • Redcat - Radio Firmware Update Instructions
Needed to Complete
- • AA Batteries for the radio