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Parma Speed Shop Hauler SC Truck Body

Made to fit all 1/10-scale short course trucks.

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Make your short course truck stand out with the Parma Speed Shop Hauler body!

Parma has yet again created a unique and cool-looking body for 1/10-scale short course trucks with the new Speed Shop Hauler SC truck body. It features the classic body lines from full-size pick-up trucks built in the 1950’s. The big fender wells allow for suspension travel and they add to the overall good-looking styling cues of the body. The body comes clear with window masks and EASY-PEEL mask so that you can achieve a pro-level paint job.

Parma designed the Speed Shop Hauler to accommodate all 1/10-scale short course trucks out there like the Traxxas Slash and Slash 4x4, Team Associated SC10 and SC10 4x4, Kyosho Ultima SC, HPI Blitz and Losi TEN-SCTE.

The Speed Shop Hauler body is shown here mounted on a Traxxas Slash 2WD chassis along with Parma 1.5 inch body mounts. Depending on the short course truck you are mounting the body on, it may require modifications to the body posts.

SPECIFICATIONS
Material Polycarbonate
Thickness .040 in.
Wheelbase 13 in.
Width 11.25 in.
Length 21.5 in.
Height 5.75 in.
Item no.1241
Price $39.99

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Last edited by Paul Onorato; Dec 05, 2013 at 11:24 AM..
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Dec 05, 2013, 11:28 AM
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Jim T. Graham's Avatar
You're killing me with these cool shells.
Dec 05, 2013, 01:38 PM
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Those are cool!
Dec 05, 2013, 03:38 PM
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Jim T. Graham
You're killing me with these cool shells.
I think Paul will get charged with double murder then, this also knocks me down.
Dec 05, 2013, 03:58 PM
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Well you have to hand it to Parma for thinking out of the box.

I wonder what will be next from them. Will have to wait and see.


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