Pro-Line 1972 Ford Pinto Short Course No Prep Drag Racing Body (Clear)

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Pro-Line 1972 Ford Pinto Short Course No Prep Drag Racing Body (Clear)
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The Pro-Line 1972 Ford Pinto Short Course No Prep Drag Racing Body, is a subcompact bodyshell that is a great option for 11.25 wheelbase buggies. This "Pro Stock" style drag body was designed for chassis such as the Traxxas Bandit, Team Associated SR10 and many other 2WD buggies. Pro-Line has accurately recreated this iconic legend with hexagonal headlight bezels and detailed inset front end. This body comes clear allowing you to give this body a one of a kind paint job. Take to the streets and prepare to blow the doors off the competition!

NOTE:
  • Painted body shown in photos is for illustrative purposes only. The product you will receive is clear and unpainted.
  • To be mounted on the Traxxas Bandit chassis, Pro-Line Extended Body Mounts (PRO607000) are required.


Features: 

  • Officially Licensed by Ford
  • Incredibly Detailed Recreation of the 1972 Pinto
  • Made from Durable/Genuine .040" Clear Polycarbonate
  • Highly Detailed Inset Front End & Headlight Section
  • Made in the USA, since 1982
Specifications: 
Scale: 1/10
Body Style: 1972 Ford Pinto
Material: Polycarbonate
Length: 20" (508 mm)
Width: 11.0” (279mm)
Height: 5.75" (146 mm)
Wheelbase: 11.25" (286 mm)
Vehicle Type: Drag Car

Includes:
  • (1) 1972 Ford Pinto Clear Bodyshell
  • (1) Decal Sheet
  • (1) Window Mask Sheet

This product was added to our catalog on October 28, 2021

Saturday, Dec 18 2021 (7 months ago)
Pro-Line 1972 Ford Pinto Short Course No Prep Drag Racing Body (Clear)
Put one on a VXL Bandit and after a little trimming and paint it looks great and is lots of fun. It made the Bandit worth keeping IMO.