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Old 09-29-2010, 11:30 PM   #1
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Default Help me find a Truck body for my onroad car!

Im looking to do some sort of a Scale low rider truck...
Maybe a truck on a TC3 chassis....
Anybody have any Advice or has anyone done this??
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Old 09-30-2010, 06:00 AM   #2
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HPI and Proline have done pickup bodies in the past, HPI did a Ford F150 and both HPI and Proline did Chevy Silverados. That was a while ago so could be difficult to get hold of now though.





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.. anything in the way of like a 78.. square body Chevy or maybe older...
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This one is not an old style, but I love the HPI F150 body for touring cars. It looks great and has tons of downforce with the huge rear wing. My body mount holes are cut to fit on a TC4, but this pic has it sitting on a TC3 chassis.
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I'm not sure what the dimentions are,but maybe one of these Proline bodies will work. I have an F-100 that should be similar in size to the '72 C10 on this page. I can measure it to give you an idea whether it would fit

http://prolineracing.com/monster-truck-bodies
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