Electric Touring Car Race Season is Back in Hurst, TX 2022!

After a successful first season, Leon at our Hurst store is getting ready to start racing again!

If you like race cars, building, an equal playing field regarding power and weight, and don’t want to spend a ton on tools, it’s the perfect racing class to get involved in!

Here is the 2022 schedule for the 1/10th scale electric touring car races, located in the parking lot out front of our store at 746 Grapevine Highway (near TX-183 and Precinct Line Road, next to Lowe’s), Hurst TX 76054
– All races start at 6:00 PM on Sundays.
  • April 17
  • May 1
  • May 15
  • June 5
  • June 19
  • July 10
  • July 24
  • August 7
  • August 21
  • September 11

The featured chassis, a Tamiya TT-02, can be purchased at any of our HobbyTown locations. This is a skills based, spec chassis class that is durable and easy to get started in. Any skill level can be competitive with this chassis. This kit is simple to put together, with easy to follow instructions. If you get stuck, our staff is knowledgeable and able to help! With this car, you can have a ton of fun and even practice for a race in your driveway!

Please see the attached Rules and Regulations –> 1:10th Scale Electric Touring Car Class Rules and Regulations

If you have any questions, please call the Hurst store at 817-581-1027.

New Store Announcement – Arlington

New Store Announcement – Arlington

There is a new HobbyTown coming to the DFW area! This new addition to the family will be located in Arlington Texas, off of I-20 near the Parks Mall. Construction is underway currently and the store is scheduled to open in late Spring, 2022. This will be another big store like the Dallas location. As our other store, it will carry this same spirit and offerings. 

Hobby Town Gundam Build – Do you need all these tools?

How many tools does it take to build a Gundam kit? Hobby Town Dallas can tell us!

I have always been a bit intimidated by the prospect of building a Gundam kit. But I decided to take the plunge and give one a try! Because I thought they were so complicated, I assumed I would need a ton of tools and glue to put one together. This kit took me just under an hour to complete, but how many tools did I end up actually using?

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Music provided by Scorpius Antares https://youtu.be/itI58o1bCt0