Over at Axial Racing they have just dropped a 1/10 scale, super detailed, replica of Ford Bronco: the first sport-utility vehicle from the Ford Motor Company. In 1965, race car builder Bill Stoppe assembled a team of first-generation Broncos for long-distance off-road competition. They competed in the Mint 400, Baja 500, and the Mexican 1000 (later renamed Baja 1000) and the Bronco became an icon of off-road history.
This is one of the most detailed models Axial has ever produced. It includes the key components that have made the SCX10 III chassis so popular, and adds features never before found in a Ready To Run scaler.
Check the official video below.
The realism continues right to the ground. Retro-style 3-piece beadlock wheels complement the Ford Bronco’s scale body while allowing tires to be mounted, removed, and replaced easily without gluing. Licensed 1.9 replica Falken Wildpeak M/T tires provide a solid grip for getting over rocks and trails. The roll cage has mounting tabs for additional lights and a full function spare tire.