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  1. PROTOform Chevy Camaro Z/28 Clear Body 
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    Latest from PROTOform:



    PROTOform’s Chevy® Camaro ZL1 quickly became the go-to body for USGT and Scale Spec racing, capturing countless IIC, National and Regional titles. When we saw Chevrolet® reengineer their Camaro into the performance-first, track-ready Z/28®, we knew it would be a perfect evolution for our 1/10 version.

    We’re proud to release our officially-licensed rendition of the Chevy® Camaro Z/28® for your 190mm touring car. Just as Chevy did with the Z/28®, we refined the Camaro for one thing: dominating the track, lap-after-lap. A lowered stance, enlarged front splitter, signature silver “Flow-tie” grill emblem and integrated decklid spoiler enhance the aerodynamic performance and aesthetic style.

    The Z/28® includes add-on rear wing with two trim lines, injection molded struts and a race-inspired decal sheet. The Z/28® is produced in genuine, durable .030” Lexan® and comes with protective overspray film, window masks, decal sheet and hardware to mount the struts and wing.

    Features:

    • Made with Genuine GE .030 lexan
    • Enhanced aerodynamics
    • Exceptional scale detail
    • Molded wing struts and dual-trim wing design
    • Officially-licensed by General Motors
    • Proudly Made in the USA


    Specs:

    Length: 17.7" (449mm)
    Width: 7.67" (195mm)
    Height: 4.29 (109mm)
    Wheelbase: 10.2" (258mm)

    What's Included:

    • Clear Chevy Camaro Z/28 body
    • Molded nylon wing struts (2 pcs)
    • Mounting hardware
    • Extensive decal sheet
    • Paint-then-peel over spray film, & window masks


    #1544-30 - $33.95







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    don't much care for the dimensions (hoods to long and roofs to low), but it's nice to see a production based body. lets hope this trend keeps up.
    im suburban hooligan and i approve this message
     

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    Well I would never consider Protoform to be like a Tamiya body. I do wonder how well it performs or are they doing it just because it is a Maro? Is it like the Stratus body of many moons ago where no human would want to own a Stratus in real life but some how in the rc world they were the shiznits.
     

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