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Axial SCX10 II 1955 Ford F-100 RTR

Cool. Something different. Like a lot of you, I get sick of the same old same old. Between that and being a sucker for vintage Fords, I think Axial’s latest, a 1955 Ford, is pretty darn cool. It’s built on the proven SCX10 II platform, so you’re probably familiar with all the main features. The new body is an officially-licensed 1955 Ford F-100 body with a desert truck vibe going on.  The wheels are officially-licensed Method Hole Wheels wrapped with Maxxis Trepador tires in Axial’s R30 compound that are, you guessed it, officially-licensed. In addition to the brown version, a green slightly more farm truck mooking machine is also offered. Both are RTR.

The 1955 classic features a molded plastic grille for added detail, a roll cage, a working spare tire and a hinged body setup for easy access.

If you’re not familiar with the SCX10 II, what you need to know is it employs a steel C-frame chassis, 4-link suspension with coilover shocks, steel transmission and axle gears, universal-joint front axles and Axial’s latest axle and transmission design.

Learn more here.

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