This is the JConcepts Illuzion Ford Raptor SVT Clear 1/10 scale Truck Body.
One size fits all, or in some cases one size fits most, is more appropriate. JConcepts introduces the One Size Fits Most ROAR National Champion winning, Ford Raptor SVT body. With an ever increasing number of SCT trucks on the market a need for a body that is extremely versatile is in demand. With no pre-determined marks, JConcepts meets the demand with the popular Raptor SVT SCT-R body. Included mounting templates and guide make body mounting short work.
The Raptor SVT - F-150 body by JConcepts begins with the latest in 1:1 truck detail by incorporating the latest treatment in grill and headlight design, adding street appeal. Front and rear fender flares provide the clearance necessary to run an assortment of tires and wheels while maintaining that exclusive design and look.
Extended cab design with recessed side windows, louvers along the front hood highlight a number of the front-end styling cues. Deep recessed trim-out locations along the hood and bed area provide ample space for air relief cut-outs which reduce the parachute / blow-over affect that is so common in Short Course racing. Short course inspired bed area with incredible detail finish off this extraordinary, tough design.
Maintaining that exclusive performance and feel is critical to a vehicles performance, JConcepts is world proven innovation and design.
One JConcepts Illuzion Ford Raptor SVT Clear 1/10 scale Truck Body with a Window Mask Sheet and Decal Sheet
Polycarbonate safe spray or brush-on paint
Note: Body pictured has been painted and completed. This body comes clear and requires painting.
- 1:1 headlight and grill treatment with recessed windows
- Officially licensed by Ford to JConcepts
- Front and rear fender flares for maximum realism
- Fits most 1/10 scale short course trucks
Length: 21.4" (544mm)
Width: 8.9" (228mm) behind front wheels, narrowest point
Width: 11.6" (295mm) at rear wheels, widest point
Height: 5.5" (140mm)
This product was added to our catalog on February 4, 2011