My dad was handy, and it's a good thing, too. As soon as my electric lime green RC car came out of the box, I whipped it across the driveway and started and smashing it into things. Lots of people probably have the same childhood memory: Old-fashioned metal-and-plastic remote-controlled cars that were fun, loud, and easy to break.
That's why we like the Raceya, a different kind of RC car made by entrepreneur Abigail Edgecliff-Johnson that is in the midst of its Kickstarter campaign. Raceya is 3D-printed and built with the idea that kids will customize the heck out of it.
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