I've used both RJ Speed and Parma bodies on 1/10 sedan chassis. Parmas are a bit wide and wheel base is a bit long, Some RJ Speeds are a bit short. When I get the bodies I put the clear uncut bodies over the chassis and put a sharpie to where I'll cut out the wheel arches. You can always cheat a little to help it fit better. You can then move the wheels out wider on the chassis by using 12mm hex wheel adapter/wideners. Here's a '34 Ford P.U on a Tamiya chassis and a '41 Willys on a Losi XXX-S chassis :
I used 1/10 truck tires & rims on the rear of the Willys w/ HPI LPS drift 35mm fronts so they will slip due to four wheel drive and different diameter. The P.U, has HPI vintage rims and tire w/ white wall vinyl decals.
Vintage is the way we roll : XXXS & TT01
Last edited by bigfatslob; 02-28-2014 at 03:59 PM.