Axial SCX24 1967 Chevrolet C10 1/24 RTR

As a C10 owner, I love anything close to my truck. So I'm super stoked about this new Axial release!

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1967 Chevrolet C10 Truck

The detailed, ready-to-run 1967 Chevrolet C10 Truck is the latest model in the popular SCX24™ series from Axial® Racing. Its compact, versatile 1/24 scale size opens up almost any environment to spur-of-the-moment RC crawling expeditions. When it’s time for a break at work, set up an obstacle course with items on your desk for the SCX24™ Chevrolet C10 Truck to negotiate. Any room at home can also become the setting for exciting feats and contests. If you’d rather run outdoors, go for it! Collect some twigs and marble-size rocks, dig a few holes, and soon you’ll have a challenging trail for fresh air adventuring. Your truck’s water-resistant electronics save you from having to worry about wet track conditions when you crawl.

With its realistic steel chassis frame rails, steel front and rear axles, and steel dogbones, this model has the strength to deliver Axial®-caliber crawling performance even in 1/24 scale. It’s designed to keep right on running through rough trails and tough climbs. The SCX24™ 1967 Chevrolet C10 comes ready-to-run with all of the electronics, transmitter, receiver, servos, motor, ESC, batteries and charger included.

EVERYTHING IS INCLUDED!

The SCX24™ includes everything you need to get going. The product is fully assembled, and we've included batteries for the transmitter, and a LiPo battery pack and USB charger.

INCLUDED:

  • Axial AX-4 2.4GHz, 3 Channel Radio System
  • Axial AS-1 Servo
  • Axial AE-6 ESC/Receiver Combo
  • USB Charger (DYNC1062)
  • Dynamite 88T 030 Brushed Electric Motor
  • Dynamite 350mAh 2S LiPo 7.4V Battery Pack (DYNB0012)
  • 4AA Batteries for the Transmitter
The AX-4 transmitter features a throttle trim knob for low, medium, and high speed setting, a switch for steering servo reversing, steering dual rate, a switch for third channel applications (aux port on the ESC/Receiver), steering trim, battery level indicator, a bind button, and on/off switch.

The AE-6 ESC/Receiver features a jumper for setting one of two brake options (brakes, or instant reverse), two LED light ports, an auxiliary port (channel 3), a channel 2 port, and a steering servo port.

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Axial® SCX24™ 1967 Chevrolet C10 1/24 4WD RTR (3 min 40 sec)

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Jan 31, 2020, 09:35 AM
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My C10 is a different year than the RC truck above but still in the family! Maybe I can get them to do a 66 one day...
Jan 31, 2020, 04:00 PM
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Bad ass truck there Jim !
Feb 02, 2020, 12:22 PM
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Hmmm, a little bit of "plastic surgery" and my '68 flatbed may be running around the parking lot.................
Feb 07, 2020, 01:46 PM
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Wish someone would do a gmc body. Just added a edelbrock pro 4 fuel injection kit to a perty wild 350 chevy.
May 22, 2020, 11:54 AM
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C-10? More like K-10. Guess Axial didn't do their homework naming this rig. C-10's are 2wd. My guess is they named it C-10 because it is popular as a hotrod truck. But being a crawler/scale company, youd think they would know the difference between the 2wd and 4wd. Either way, I just wish they'd just come off back order. Had a K-10 and Wrangler on order since April.


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