In Pictures: 12 seriously cool “toys” for big boys and girls

Big Boys Toys exhibition tempts your inner child

The CXC MP II Racing car simulator is a computer-driven full-motion system designed to make you feel like a real race driver hurtling down the track and into tight turns. From the company: “Intensity is fully adjustable, but at maximum settings, jump on a F1 car's gas pedal and acceleration will slam you back into the seat with every shift. Brake hard and you'll pitch forward against your four-point safety harness.”

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  • Zoomfreaker

    No matter how old a man gets he still loves R.C. Toys trains, planes, & automobile.....etc.

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