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Proline 1985 Toyota HiLux SR5 Clear Body SCX10 (Proline 346600 | PRO346600)

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Model: Proline 346600
Dist. #: PROC3466   SKU: PRO346600

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1985 Toyota HiLux SR5 Clear Body SCX10...
This is the Pro-Line 1985 Toyota HiLux SR5 Clear Rock Crawler Body
for the Axial SCX10 12.3" Chassis.

FEATURES:
Formed from authentic GE lexan plastic
Real Scale looks and efficiency

CONSISTS OF:
1985 Toyota HiLux SR5 Clear Rock Crawler Cab and Bed

REQUIRES:
Body Scissors and Reamer
Lexan Safe Spray or Brush-on Paint

SPECIFICATIONS:
Complete Body;
Length: 18.5" (471mm)
Width: 8.0" (203mm)
Height: 5.25" (133mm)
Wheelbase: 12.3" (312mm)
    Cab;
Length: 11.31" (287mm)
Width: 8.0" (203mm)
Height: 1.25" (133mm)

REMARKS:
Likewise available as a taxi only, PROC6601

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