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PROTOform revealed the Vittoria GT: a new 190mm race body option for touring car racers in scale-spec style classes such as USGT, GT10 or Spec Grand Touring.
“Vittoria” is the Italian word for “victory”!
This new body takes inspiration from a new wave of Italian hypercars, featuring a low-CG, cab-forward design sure to provide exceptional handling characteristics while also looking stunning on the track.

PROTOform: Vittoria GT 190mm Clear Body

The rear wing of the Vittoria GT body features two trimlines: a lower 10mm tall line for USGT-sanctioned racing, and a taller cut line for no-holds-barred club racing where extra rear downforce is needed.

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Stuttgart 225mm

Exotek Racing has announced their new Stuttgart 225mm Super Car body shell for 4WD touring cars. The body features a wide fenders, aggressive front splitter, low side skirts, lowered stance and of course the unmistakable tuning shop style double wings.

The Stuttgart is designed to produce incredible handling in a lightweight low LCG package while doing it in style and can be also build wingless for a more vintage show car look.

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Mon-Tech: YSOT body for Touring Car 190mm

The Italian Montech Racing introduced a brand new body called YSOT with very high downforce to answer the drivers demand for more downforce for the first ETS carpet heats or for very low traction asphalt track. This body has been tested by pro driver in multiple track around the world in many different conditions.

Mon-Tech: YSOT body for Touring Car 190mm

The Ysot body has a very low front hood with a spoon line that transfer to the car a very precise handling but the real benefit is the new rear design that is able to grant consistent downforce in multiple track conditions giving to the car always good stability.

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JConcepts have introduced their authentic Team Associated RC10B3 body shell.

JConcepts have introduced a body shell replica of the legendary racing buggy Team Associated RC10B3. Team Associated released the RC10B3 during the 1997 IFMAR World Championships. Quietly, during the span of 1995 through 1997, Area 51 worked on the follow-up design to the successful RC10 platforms with a major release scheduled during the high-profile event. One of the improvements or updates made to the design was the body.

JConcepts (with official the approval from Team Associated) have reproduced the genuine RC10B3 body shell. This allows to recreate, rebuild and race with authentically styled bodies from the heyday of competitive rear bias cab, back closure buggy bodies. A lot of work went into making this project a reality and thankfully, Team Associated preserved the iconic mold from the 1997 race year so JConcepts was able to restore older generation construction and with a blend of today’s materials.

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JCI Creep

Among the newest products from Jconcepts there is a new JCI Creep Crawler Body for 313mm wheelbase models. The Creep by JConcepts is the latest in tough and dependable designs suited to high articulation vehicles in the scale community.

Starting with a crisp front-end, the narrow truck has a skeleton-like a grille and beady eyes that have an angular V shape structure setting up the hood line and front-end clip. The long nose dead-ends into the V-shaped windshield which transitions into a large single cab providing that all-important vintage feel.

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1989 Ford F-150

Jconcepts has released the new 1989 Ford F-150 “California” body for the Traxxas STAMPEDE Monster Truck. The body features Ford licensed grille and headlights, wrap-around parking lights, a minimalist grille and an accurate and clean-looking Ford JConcepts decal sheet.

During the good ole days of the 1980’s, it was not unusual to witness pre-runner trucks driving around “Cali” with modified body panels, puffed out fenders and upgraded suspension systems. However, when push came to shove, one of the toughest looks of all is the “bricknose” Ford of 1989.

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