I don't think any of those exist. In order for body manufacturers to be legit, they have to pay a licensing agreement tot he car they are replicating. Although those would be cool, there needs to be enough demand from RC enthusiasts out there. Because of the royalties and set up charges, only so many different bodies are made. Unfortunately, the aerodynamics that are incorporated in to full size cars are meant to work with that specific car, where rc bodies need to work on most of the different manufacturers. Its a different kind of complement to the car in RC, so that's why bodies like the Status, and Mazda 6 end up working for racing.
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