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Chevy Silverado 1500 Short Course Body by JConcepts

Wherever you are, you'll see a Chevy Silverado on the job. Chevy Silverado and JConcepts - work hard, play hard. Like a rock. Never one to relax, JConcepts introduces the 2012 Chevy Silverado 1500 SCT body. Starting with its low-profile design, beefy fenders and noteworthy Silverado appearance, the 1500 SCT body is inspired by the looks of a class leading full-size pick-up, loaded with performance and Hi-Flow features. Fitting on 6 different trucks as a direct fit and over 9 different vehicles overall, the Chevy 1500 is just what you have been looking for. The air escape package on the Silverado consists of user friendly trim-out areas which have been strategically placed to ensure a clean race-able look that minimizes the trouble-some parachute effect. The large Hi-Flow areas are depressed into the body which allows the user to simply score the bottom pocket and pop-out for instant results. The Hi-Flow, reverse, hood-scoop, used predominantly as an under air release feature, blends beautifully into the sculpted extra-clearance fenders while releasing the front end of inner pressure. Whether you start your day on the race track or in the back-yard, the Silverado packs a serious punch straight out of the package. The head-light and grill treatment scream Chevrolet while the extruded fenders and detailed body panel trim section brings a 3rd dimension to the vehicle's appearance. X-braced, roll-bar appearance features highlight a terraced rear bed area while stylish number and name plates finish off the body giving it that authentic short course look. The 2012 Chevy Silverado Runs Deep. Features: · Officially licensed by General Motors to JConcepts · 1:1 Chevy Silverado inspired design · Fits most all 1/10th SCT's -- 6 direct and over 9 different trucks overall (Slash, Slash 4x4, SC10, SC10 4x4, Losi XXX-SCT, SCT-E) · Original JConcepts short course Hi-Flow styling · Hi-Flow regions to minimize parachute affect · Racing inspired body, cab and window design · Aggressive headlight and grill treatment · Performance enhanced number and name plates with mounting hardware · Front and rear fender flares for maximum clearance · Clear polycarbonate with protective film · Window masks and detailed Chevy decal sheet Illuzion - 2011 Chevy Silverado 1500 SCT - Hi-Flow body Part # - 0200 UPC Code -- 845937006462 Retail price -- $42.00 (Fits - Slash, Slash 4x4, SC10, SC10 4x4, Losi XXX-SCT, SCT-E) General Motors Trademarks used under license to JConcepts, Inc. Revo®, JATO™, T-MAXX™, SLASH®, SLASH 4X4® etc. are trademarks and registered trademarks of Traxxas L.P.


 


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