Atomik RC RTR 1/18 Brian Deegan Metal Mulisha Ford Fiesta Rally Car

Atomik RC RTR 1/18 Brian Deegan Metal Mulisha Ford Fiesta Rally Car

Last Friday we first told you about the RTR Brian Deegan Metal Mulisha Ford Raptor, and today Atomik RC announces that they have also released a Brian Deegan Metal Mulisha Ford Fiesta rally car. Check out the official press release below for all the info:

Ride shotgun with “The General” in the new Atomik Brian Deegan Metal Mulisha 1/18th 4×4 Ford Fiesta Rally Car. Officially licensed by Ford, the Brian Deegan Metal Mulisha Rally Car is a scale replica of Brian’s X-Games Rally-Cross race car. This little rocket ship comes fully loaded with waterproof electronics, including the 2-in-1 ESC and 2.4GHz receiver combo, a V370 brushed motor and is “Powered By Venom” with an included 7.2V 1000mAh NiMH battery and charger. Rally success only comes with great suspension and tires, so we put real oil filled shocks all the way around. Matched with scale wheels and tires and the stability of full-time 4-wheel drive helps keep the rubber side down lap after lap.


  • Licensed Ford Fiesta™ body with Brian Deegan Metal Mulisha™ graphics
  • Tough 4-Wheel Drive powertrain
  • Oil Filled Shocks handle rough terrain with ease
  • Waterproof 2-in-1 2.4GHz receiver and speed control
  • Scale 15 spoke rally style wheels and rally tires
  • Powerful brushed 370 motor
  • Includes Venom 7.2V 1000mAh NiMH battery and charger


Length: 12 in (305 mm)
Width: 6.69 in (170 mm)
Height: 4.43 in (110 mm)
Wheelbase: 6.46 in (164 mm)
Weight: 21.5 oz (610 g)
Radio: 2 Channel 2.4GHz Transmitter with
2:1 Receiver/ESC
Motor: 370 Brushed
Battery: 7.2V 1000mAh NiMH Battery (Included)

#9100 Atomik Metal Mulisha Brian Deegan 1:18 Scale Ford Fiesta RTR RC Rally Car MSRP $149.99
Available Early August

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Updated: July 25, 2012 — 3:26 PM
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