Stock Car Simulator Offers Realistic Racing Experience At A Steep Price

Amy Tokic
by Amy Tokic
stock car simulator offers realistic racing experience at a steep price

What do you get the spoiled kid that has everything? We’ll bet he doesn’t have the Stock Car Simulator yet.

The Stock Car Simulator boasts that it offers the most realistic stock car racing experience around. That’s because it comes with a moving platform that is operated by electric actuators built into the base, giving it that roll and pitch movement.

To give it that “on the race track” feel, this simulator comes with all the bells and whistles needed to make it seem like the real deal. It will take you around a turn or move you up a bank, and if you need to change a tire, it will raise and lower itself. For your driving pleasure, you’ll guide your stock car using a fluid-dampened steering wheel, while the paddle gear shifters, aluminum accelerator, brake, and clutch pedals complete the racing experience.

The Stock Car Simulator also comes with a 5.1 sound system, a padded racing seat, a 22″ widescreen, 1680 x 1050 resolution LCD monitor that treats you to realistic graphics, a decaled, fiberglass shell and netted windows that cover its steel frame roll cage.

The Stock Car Simulator doesn’t come cheap – it comes with a $60,000 price tag. This is a toy made for the wealthy… or for the kid who can throw one hell of a temper tantrum. Still, we’re pretty sure that no matter how hard you kick and scream, or how long you hold your breath, this is one expensive toy that will stay on the shelf. If you can afford it, you can buy it from Hammacher Schlemmer.

[Source: Coolest Gadgets]

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