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The business of… Big Boys Toys

The business of… Big Boys Toys

Big Boys Toys: All innuendos aside, is a pretty nifty exhibition. Kipp takes a look at the event, the tickets and the entertainment on show.

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March 15, 2011 3:35 by



So do you need an example of what kind of a toys are going to be exhibited? Check out QT Services’ Wildcat which costs roughly $100,000 and is, as Emirates 24|7 puts is “the Land Rover Defender meeting the Hummer H1.” The news website does then engage in a lot of technical mambo-jambo, so we are just directly quote their description of the massive beast of a car: “The Wildcat series starts with the 300STR, which is a dual purpose, street-legal competition car with lifestyle-purpose custom upgrade options such as air conditioning, hi-fi and even a golf club compartment. The 400NSR, a contender for hill rally honours but the true jewel of the crown is the 500DKR, a full-blown rally raid machine, powered by the latest four-litre Jaguar V8 petrol engine putting out in excess of 285bhp.” Sounds pretty impressive, doesn’t it?



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