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Pro-Line 1972 Chevy C-10 Pickup Body (Clear) (Stampede)

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Thereís nothing like a classic truck! Itís rugged design and non-plastic interior scream ingenuity making up its unique characteristics. Maybe thatís why most Americanís have such awe for classics, or maybe itís because of their simplicity. Whatever that case may be, you love them and are reminded of a different time. Pro-Line welcomes you back to a blast from the past with the release of the 1972 Chevyģ C10.

Pro-Lineís classic car enthusiasts captured the overall essence of the C10 and is now available for your Traxxasģ Stampedeģ Nitro & Electric trucks. Complete with detailed stock and custom grilles, headlights, taillights, and that overall distinct C10 look, all you classic truck enthusiasts will not want to be left behind.

When youíre looking to relive a classic time in automotive history, then check out Pro-Lineís new 1972 Chevyģ C10 pick-up.

  • Complete with window mask, paint-then-peel overspray film, and crystal clear lexan
  • Detailed decal sheet including 2 grille options (stock & custom)

This product was added to our catalog on February 6, 2008.

roger ramjet
a dremell is a good idea but when you get better use a small hobby knife and score the plastic where you want it cut. then bend the plastic . the plastic will snap and break off. you must be careful one slip of the knife and you screwed your body up ...............or worse you could stab yourself in the gut !!! lol
John Easterday
I am no expert, but I have good results using a dremel with a cutting wheel. Then I smooth the cut edge with a sanding wheel. Be extremely careful when using a cutting wheel on a dremel or you can severely injure yourself.
Noah Obermiller
Verified Owner
If some body could tell me what is the best way to cut a body

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