What RC Car Was Used for Ghostbusters?

The iconic Ghostbusters car is a 1959 Cadillac Miller-Meteor ambulance conversion, and it’s been recreated in the form of a remote-controlled (RC) vehicle. The RC version of the Ghostbusters car was created by the company Toy State for its Nikko line of toys. The model, which was released in 2016, is a 1/14th scale version of the original vehicle.

The RC car features an authentic body style and design that accurately replicates the look of the original Ghostbusters car. It even comes with working headlights and taillights and has realistic sounds from the movie. Some more features include a reverse gear for tight spots, an antenna for signal reception, and an independent suspension system for smooth driving.

The RC car also comes with a 2.4 GHz radio controller that has adjustable steering sensitivity settings so users can tailor their driving experience to their own preferences. The car is powered by four AA batteries (not included) and runs up to 20 minutes on a full charge.

The Nikko’s Ghostbusters RC car is an officially licensed product, so fans can rest assured that they are getting an officially licensed product that accurately replicates the look of the original vehicle. It’s also great for collectors, who will appreciate its detailed design and attention to detail.


The Nikko Ghostbuster’s RC Car is an officially licensed product from Toy State’s Nikko line of toys. This 1/14th scale model features realistic features such as working headlights, taillights, sound effects from the movie, reverse gear, antenna for signal reception, independent suspension system and adjustable steering sensitivity settings via a 2.4 GHz radio controller.

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Susan Delgado