The Wild Mini 4WD (Japanese: ワイルドミニ四駆, Wairudo Mini Yonku) series is a Mini 4WD car line-up introduced by Tamiya in May 1987.
Instead of the buggies of the Racing Mini 4WD series, the line-up featuring the downsized version of the monster trucks with oversized wheels and tires. Grade-Up Parts for the Wild Mini 4WD cars had also released to improves their performances. Featuring in this line-up is the big wheels Wild Chassis.
The manga and anime series Dash! Yonkuro featuring cars from this line-up.
Most bodyshells from this series can be used with AR Chassis (a racing chassis with standard-sized wheels) using Side Body Catch Parts.
In the United States, models up to the Toyota 4Runner was released under the Snap 'N' Run Motorized Kit name, after the American branch of Tamiya took over distribution from Model Rectifier Corporation.
List of Mini 4WD cars
- Monster Beetle Jr. (Released on May 28, 1987)
- Blackfoot Jr. (Released on August 27, 1987)
- Lunch Box Jr. (Released on December 17, 1987)
- Midnight Pumpkin Jr. (Released on February 29, 1988)
- Clod Buster Jr. (Released on September 27, 1988)
- Dash-W1 Wild Saurus (Released on December 19, 1989)
- Nissan King Cab Jr. (Released on September 11, 1990)
- Bullhead Jr. (Released on March 28, 1991)
- Toyota Hilux Monster Racer Jr. (Released on July 16, 1991)
- Toyota 4Runner (Released on November 24, 1992)
- Nissan Terrano '93 Paris-Dakar (Team NOK JATCO) (Released on April 27, 1993)
- Dash-CBW Command Saurus (Released on July 18, 1995)
- Mammoth Dump Truck (Released in November 1997)
- Juggernaut Jr. (Ford F-350) (Released in March 1999)
- Isuzu VehiCROSS Team GEOLANDAR Baja 1000 (Released in June 1999)
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