I know this really doesn't go here but whatever. In the summer, I like to do projects with my kids. Try as I might, my son doesn't care about planes and when it comes to RC, I can make anything fly. ON the other hand, I know NOTHING about RC cars. He wants one and I said I would pay for it so long as it is a buildable project meaning we buy a chassis, wheels, esc, controls, servos, motor, etc and build it. I just tucked him in and he seems stoked about this. I have no idea where to start. When I was a kid, I went to a place called RC RC in OKC and the top of the line car was called an RC-10. It was a build it yourself RC car that seemed really fast to me but it was components you assembled. Anyone on here know of a 2019 equivalent where I might spend $300-ish on a modern version that would take us a few weeks to build and teach him a little about how something mechanical works along the way? Thanks.