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Carisma: 70’s Ford F150 - SCA-1E 313mm WB 2.1 Spec

Carisma revealed the new 70’s Ford F150 replica build on the SCA-1E 313mm WB 2.1 Spec platform complete with LED lights.  This is a piece of American Automotive History and will be the last of this model produce as a Ready To Run, and is sure to become a very sought after rig.

This LWB, 2.1 Spec Rig offers CMS (Chassis Mounted Servo), 1.9 true Beadlock 1.9 wheels and soft compound AT-AT tyres.

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Pro-Line- 2021 Ford Bronco Clear Body Set 2

Pro-Line bring one of the most legendary and exciting nameplates back to 1/10 rock crawling with the new 2021 Ford Bronco Clear Body. The spare-tire holder allows you the option to mount a spare crawler tire to the rear, while the headlight & taillight buckets allow for LED lighting (sold separately) to set off your scale rig.

This single-piece body is made from durable, crystal-clear material that can be painted to match your favorite factory Ford Performance livery or whatever your heart desires.

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JConcepts- 1989 Ford Bronco Monster Truck body

In the monster truck world, the Ford Bronco was quite formidable, with vehicles on the circuit supporting the Ford brand, it wasn’t unusual to see a few giant killers in the lineup on any given weekend so  JConcepts decided to make a body replica. Starting with the F-150 and F-250 body shells already in the line-up, the JConcepts team dug into the Bronco project with some knowledge of the game.

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Team Associated revealed the Hoonigan Hoonitruck a tire-slaying beast built on the Apex2 chassis updated with the latest features in on road racing. A front and rear independent suspension with threaded oil-filled shocks and active rear toe give the Apex2 the ultimate in handling on uneven tarmac.

This makes it a perfect platform for the Hoonitruck and tire-shredding action!

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Tamiya: Ford Bronco 2021 (CC-02)

Tamiya dropped a bomb: the Japanese giant is going to release the Ford Bronco 2021 built on the cross-country CC-02 chassis. The Ford Bronco has been sold since 1966, and the Ford Bronco 2021 was announced as the sixth-generation model in 2021, 25 years since the last generation’s release. This kit is in direct competition with Traxxas. Isn’t it?

Check the official video below and let me know your opinion!

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This time our friend Sariel tested a LEGO Technic set that is designed for kids of all ages who want to enjoy a Technic set with a small “investment”. This Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 (42138) is a good and reasonable replica of the famous drag car. There is also a free AR app to take the experience to the next level with a host of exciting, augmented reality features.

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Axial Racing Early Ford Bronco SCX10 III RTR

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.

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