A collection of radio controlled cars (RC for short) is a typical sight in the house of an avid automobile fan. If he enjoys car racing, whether it's Formula 1, NASCAR, the Le Mans, or in general, chances are high that he has a collection of RCs. However, it is not limited to car fans. A lot of hobbyists also have collections of RCs.
Collecting RCs can be compared with other collections like stamp collections, model collections, etc. The difference is that an RC collection is usually more expensive than these aforementioned collections. But it relative for each hobbyists.
Collecting RC cars actually takes a lot of time and effort. An RC doesn't come exactly cheap, so you should be prepared to spend money for it if that is what you really want. Aside from that, you have to spend time building the actual car so you can display it in your collection (unless you get a pre-built one).
To make your collection rival that of others, you ought to have as many models of RCs as possible. Of course, this will take even more time and effort, which is why really avid car fans are the ones that usually own this type of collection.
If you have an RC collection or you decide to have one, you have a lot of options in terms of what to do with your RCs. You can join various competitions of RCs - off road, straight line speed challenges, and a lot more (assuming you indeed have different types of RCs).
You can simply display them in a room or even in a glass case if you really meant to build them for display. Visitors can come and admire the your work.
It would be nice if you have a collection and enter competitions. This way, you can win prize money to reimburse your expenses occurred when you put together your collection. In a short while, you might break even, and in a short time after that, you could be earning profit - simply by collecting RC cars and joining RC contests.
Whatever your motive is in collecting RC cars, it is a great hobby for car enthusiasts. The time and effort you spend will be replaced with deep satisfaction when you admire your own RCs collection.
Also, check out my other guide on Repairing RC