Save your pennies and buy a used TC3 or other mass market RC car from here or eBay. You'll be able to buy parts for it when they break (and they will), and you'll have something that is more than just a toy.
HPI and McAllister make 200mm (nitro chassis, not the 190mm electric) bodies of American muscle cars from the 60s. HPI has a couple of Mustangs, a Camaro and a Cuda that has been seen on a touring car chassis. To run one of the wide bodies on an electric chassis and not have it look odd, you need to use HPI wheels with a 6mm offset in them to space them out further. The HPI vintage 5-spokes look fantastic under the muscle cars, but you can only fit one type of tire to that wheel (HPI vintage tires). You can also get most of their other wheels in 6mm offset if you want to do drifting stuff (you'll need special "tires" for that, too).
Check out the HPI items here
, and the McAllsiter lineup here
. There is more out there, too, but you might have to dig a bit for it.
The biggest thing is to not
buy that car you showed in the first link. This isn't primadona stuff from the guys here, just common sense if you want something more than a plastic toy. You'll feel better about it in the long run and spend probably the same cash. Plus, you'll know how the car works.