The Ford F-250 pick-up truck was one of the best vehicles from the late 1980's and early 1990's. The brick nose, popular to current day, served as a cross-over from complete square body designs into a new era of truck looks and detail. The single cab truck shell is "Built Ford Tough" and aims at a market that demands a look, fit, and finish to tackle rough terrain.
The 1989 Ford F-250 for scale RC trucks carries on a tradition of classic looks while maintaining performance. The 12.3" wheelbase body shell fits a large assortment of vehicles in the crawling genre.
After trials and testing, JConcepts produced this "tucked" 1989 Ford for maximum front and rear tire clearance and articulation. Slimmed down front and rear sections are "tucked in", making it possible to conquer tough course sections with ease. With plenty of mounting space on the hood and bed, along with large wheel well openings, this body is perfect for class 2 competitions or general low-stance crawling.
The brick-nosed front-end, chiseled side panels, and single cab construction has all the elements of a hardworking pick-up truck. The recessed windshield and side-windows create a solid upper section to withstand roll-overs on the trail. The long-bed area has a strong ledge all the way around to mount an assortment of accessories (not included).
Finish off the 1989 body shell with included decals for grille, headlights, and rear tailgate panel. Also included with the clear body is window mask and instruction sheet.
*Body come clear, shown painted for display purposes only.