Over the weekend, my family stopped by a garage sale. Oddly enough, the sellers were the in-laws of the pastor who did my wedding, small world right?

Anyways, I bought with this guy. A Ferrari Enzo RC car for $2, not a bad deal when I didn't even now if it still works. Thankfully it does, and after some research I found out it's a Silverlit Digit Pro RC car, or as the seller told me, a precision car.

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This guy us wicked awesome. He's a 1:16 scale, and a newer one (albeit with a newer-designed controller) is $50! I also noticed he has a LSD, which is too cool.

To make the package even sweeter, it has turn signals,

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brake lights (they are there, you just can't see it well),

and working headlights, all with LEDs of course.

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It also has a pretty sweet interior

and engine compartment.

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Being bought from a garage sale, its been used a bit. There are marks all over it, but it's mainly cosmetic so I don't really mind.

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This controller is pretty cool too.

Plus, check out the accelerator stick, it's suppose to go up to scale 200 mph (we'll see about that).

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Also, my house is perfect for the car, as everything is a flat, smooth surface. Nothing is carpeted except the enclosed porch. You see a crowed living room, I see a race track with sharp turns.

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My daughter (1 yr old) also LOVES this car. So it's hard to drive it around here because she either wants the car or the remote, or usually both. I also discovered I really enjoy do hit and runs with my daughters other toys. Namely this guy, he just looks so smug to me.

Well, this RC car got a better respond out of the other one we have. This one just makes her cry every time it goes near her (it's for the cat).

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Honestly, this car is really fun to drive, I would recommend it. They have other cars too, and I'm really interested in the Impreza they have.