The RR10 Bomber car is not like any remote controlled anything you grew up with back in the day. Today’s efficient motors and long-lasting batteries mean there have been some serious innovations since the Hess trucks you used to push around (no hate, still a collectible classic).

Axial R/C Inc. partnered with Randy Slawson, Bomber Fabrication’s owner and two-time King of the Hammers rock racing champion, to craft the man-child’s dream RC car for $400. The Bomber has standard features like durable front and rear WB8 HD Wildboar driveshafts, front and rear AR60 axles, a dual slipper clutch, Hi-Lo transmission and more. But its would-be typical plastic tube chassis rig is something more: It’s a race replica of the Bomber Fab KOH rock racing rig.

The skid plate makes for clean wire routing and an RR10 specific transfer case for optimal driveline efficiency. It also boasts a full set of BFGoodrich BAJA T/A KR2 tires (with a spare in the back), around officially licensed Walker Evans Racing wheels, and a variety of shock mounting points for running dual shock setups and more suspension tuning options.

We took ours for a spin around the office and quickly learned that this beast has a mind of its own. While it may not be ideal for running over coworkers’ toes and hoisting itself over office chair legs, it’s vigorous enough to withstand the test of the great outdoors—like in this video below! Meanwhile, we’re working on getting it to deliver our coffee…