The detailed, ready-to-run 1967 Chevrolet C10 Truck is the latest model in the popular SCX24 series from Axial Racing. Its compact, versatile 1/24 scale size opens up almost any environment to spur-of-the-moment RC crawling expeditions. When it’s time for a break at work, set up an obstacle course with items on your desk for the SCX24 Chevrolet C10 Truck to negotiate. Any room at home can also become the setting for exciting feats and contests. If you’d rather run outdoors, go for it! Collect some twigs and marble-size rocks, dig a few holes, and soon you’ll have a challenging trail for fresh air adventuring. Your truck’s water-resistant electronics save you from having to worry about wet track conditions when you crawl.
With its realistic steel chassis frame rails, steel front and rear axles, and steel dogbones, this model has the strength to deliver Axial-caliber crawling performance even in 1/24 scale. It’s designed to keep right on running through rough trails and tough climbs. The SCX24 1967 Chevrolet C10 comes ready-to-run with all of the electronics, transmitter, receiver, servos, motor, ESC, batteries and charger included.
You expect solid performance from Axial and the SCX24 1967 Chevrolet C10 delivers, with engineering and equipment that pulls the greatest potential from its compact size. The included Dynamite 88T brushed electric motor supplies the torque you need to get up and over most obstacles. And despite the dimensions, it’s a pretty capable rock crawler, too! We've also included extra suspension links for adjusting your wheelbase length.
The hinged body system offers easy access to on-board components. You can quickly reach the battery and chassis by removing two body clips and swinging the body up.
The SCX24 includes everything you need to get going. The product is fully assembled, and we've included batteries for the transmitter, and a LiPo battery pack and USB charger.
The AX-4 transmitter features a throttle trim knob for low, medium, and high speed setting, a switch for steering servo reversing, steering dual rate, a switch for third channel applications (aux port on the ESC/Receiver), steering trim, battery level indicator, a bind button, and on/off switch. The AE-6 ESC/Receiver features a jumper for setting one of two brake options (brakes, or instant reverse), two LED light ports, an auxiliary port (channel 3), a channel 2 port, and a steering servo port.
The front and rear axles consist of a two piece, molded plastic solid axle design. For optimal handling, the SCX24 suspension features a three-link front and four-link rear setup.
Just like the 1/10 scale SCX10 platform, the SCX24 chassis features rugged and sturdy steel c-channel frame rails with bracing to keep everything intact and aligned.
The Dynamite 88T brushed electric motor provides the right amount of torque to help ascend steep climbs. It’s mated to a steel motor mount to keep flex to a minimum, which helps protect the gears.
The front and rear differentials each house a worm screw and worm gear setup to get the power to the axles and create higher ground clearance.
Steel front and rear axles, front stub axles along with steel dogbones provide strength and durability to keep things running during tough climbs and rough trails.
The front and rear drive shafts are splined and sleeved to allow for maximum suspension travel while keeping the power to the wheels.
Even at this small scale, the combination of coilover shocks with simulated reservoirs and durable plastic suspension links delivers the crawling performance you’ve known and expect from Axial. #AXIALPERFORMANCE
Two bright LED lights are included and are mounted in the front bumper. An extra LED light port on the ESC allows you to add optional LED lights.
The MR307 Hole is a fresh take on the classic hole-wheel design that dominated early off road racing. Just like the Double Standard and NV, the Hole features a simulated beadlock ring by way of a strategically placed under-cut on the outer lip of the wheel. BFGoodrich Krawler T/A KX tires are the winner of more rock-crawling championships than all other tires combined (Race spec tire, Years 2004 through 2008). The Axial version captures the same aggressive look you’ve been waiting for in a smaller 1/24 scale version.
Just because the SCX24 is smaller in size doesn’t mean the features need to follow suit. No bushings found here, instead the drivetrain is freely spinning on sealed cartridge bearings throughout the entire vehicle.
Mounted just above the front axle is the Axial AS-1 servo, with a servo saver that allows for steering accuracy, while also providing protection for the servo gears in the event of a bind or impact.