Full-time 4WD and a 3-link front/4-link rear suspension let you muscle over big challenges. Worm gears on the axles increase ground clearance, while realistic steel frame rails stand up to hard knocks. The Axial 1967 Chevrolet C10 performs like a winner and looks like one, too. The realistic body rides on Method MR307 hole wheels and BFGoodrich Krawler T/A KX tires. For quick battery access, just remove one clip to tilt back the body. Two LEDs in the front bumper light up the trail for night-time crawling. The SCX24 1967 Chevrolet C10 comes ready-to-run with radio and electronics included and installed.
- Includes radio transmitter and receiver and battery
- Comes with ESC, motor, and Axial AS-1 servo servo already installed
- Features a realistic body design.
- Licensed wheels are modeled after Method MR307 Hole Wheels
- Licensed tires are modeled after BFGoodrich Krawler™ T/A® KX tires
- 3-Link front and 4-link rear suspension provides optimal handling
- Full ball bearings
- Two bright LED lights included and mounted in the front bumper
- (1) Axial AX-4 2.4GHz, 3 Channel Radio System
- (1) Axial AS-1 Servo
- (1) Axial AE-6 ESC/Receiver Combo
- (1) USB Charger (DYNC1062)
- (1) Dynamite 88T 030 Brushed Electric Motor
- (1) Dynamite 350mAh 2S LiPo 7.4V Battery Pack (DYNB0012)
- (4) AA Batteries for the Transmitter
- (1) Silver scale body
This product was added to our catalog on August 24, 2020
Car is great once you can find one...its supply and demand folks, too much supply means shops cant get them quick enough or they get sold out too fast.
Ordered mine on Feb 1st, got it march 11th (had the jeep so no big rush).
Wish i could upload pictures here, but a few differences between this and the white jeep (my other) is the jeep has larger wheels by maybe a half CM..does effect it when trying to climb over boulders (river rocks ~the size of the trucks). It also "bottoms" out a bit more then the Jeep did due to the frame and bumpers sticking out a bit more. Ended up trimming them a hair and preloading the shocks with zip ties (for now) to help alleviate that.
1. Sickest looking body of them all.
2. Can climb up good sized rocks, add in some brass diff cover and knuckles and it helps a ton, bit of trimming and id say close to par with the jeep.
1. Stock does not climb as well as the jeep, swapped tires and the trimming helped a TON
2. Prone to getting stuck on the frame (door side and front bummper), bit of trimming / removing the front bumper helps a lot. lights can be stuck in the old bumpers holes which are a perfect fit.
3. wheels even stock hit the frame on bumps/angles. Trimmed about 2-3Mm around the sides of the truck and that seems to help the most in this area.
If you just drive over some sticks/on foam courses that dont have same size rocks to roll over, you probably wouldnt need to do any of the trimming stuff...i like pushing them to their limits on the big rocks (what could be considered a 1/12 scale course or so) and thats what causes the frame to hit so often for me.
otherwise its a great truck but like them all...just gotta tweak it a bit to how you drive/where you drive.
Something important - get a good battery charger which can not only charge at a lower rate but can balance charge as well. AMain has several. I use the same Venom Pro Duo that I use for my 1/10 Jeep. Another good choice would be the Spektrum Smart S150 LIPO Smart Charger (# SPMXC1070). Be sure to get the adapter (# SPMA3021)
If you are going to be crawling outside you might consider changing out the motor. There are plenty of videos on this subject. If you are just going to be using indoors, maybe not.
Whatever your desire is, be sure to purchase a GOOD 0.50" hex driver for those tiny little screws. The supplied allen wrench works but can be frustrating.
Would I recommend the SCX24- yes.
When in doubt, contact AMain via the Chat option. I have found them to be of a great help.
If you're on the fence, you should definitely grab one. You won't regret it.