A couple of months ago, I picked up the XMODS Evolution Mustang GT (Catalog #60-8018; $59.99) at RadioShack. Here are some pics: Although the packaging labels it as a 2006 model, the markings on the product itself say 2005, not to mention that it's molded in Sonic Blue, not Vista Blue. How do I know? Just shine it against a light and you'll see the purplish tint Sonic Blue is known for. The Body Kit (Catalog # 60-8559; $12.99) is also available, featuring two different sets from Classic Design Concepts and H&R, plus a Sparco steering wheel. Chrome "Optional" wheels (64F) wrapped in low-profile slicks. Overall, despite the awkward wheel proportions, I'm very impressed with the design of this R/C. The second-generation chassis is much more durable than its predecessor and the motor has a lot more kick in it. Among the six available XMODS Evolution models (the others being Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VIII, Infiniti G35, 1967 Pontiac Firebird, Ford F-150 and Hummer H2), the Mustang's sold the most at my store. As far as performance goes, I've been able to run it at 1,300 feet per minute with the upgrades I've done.