Pro-Line Traxxas UDR 1967 Ford F-100 Race Pre-Cut Truck Body (Clear) (Unlimited Desert Racer)

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The Pro-Line 1967 Ford F-100 Race Pre-Cut Truck Body will transform the look of your Unlimited Desert Racer! The 1967 Ford F-100 is a classic vintage truck that has recently become a popular platform for building full-size pre-runners and race trucks, and Pro-Line has replicated the nostalgic and majestic body lines of the classic F-100 to fit your Traxxas UDR for the ultimate in scale realism! This body features the iconic flat front grill and wide fender flares to represent the aggressive fiberglass bulges found on custom race trucks.

The F-100 body comes clear so you can custom paint your truck to match anything your heart desires and is made from high quality, crystal clear polycarbonate material. Pro-Line's 1967 F-100 body mounts directly to the cage on the UDR in the same locations as the stock body and is fully pre-cut for a direct fit.

 

NOTE: Painted body shown in photos is for illustrative purposes only and is not included. The body you will receive is clear and unpainted. 

Features:

  • Licensed 1967 Ford® F-100 Scale Looks
  • Race Truck Style Wide Fender Flares
  • Perfect fit for your Unlimited Desert Racer®
  • Fully Pre-cut to Save you Time
  • Detailed Graphics Included
  • Made with Crystal Clear Polycarbonate
  • Made in the USA, since 1982 
Specifications:
Length: 26.3" (668mm)
Width at doors: 11.5" (292mm)
Width at fenders: 13.3" (338mm)
Height: 7.6" (193mm)
Wheelbase: 16.5" (419mm)

Includes:
  • (1) Pre-Cut 1967 Ford® F-100 Race Truck Clear Body
  • Detailed Decal Sheets

This product was added to our catalog on March 17, 2020

Wednesday, Oct 28 2020 (about 2 years ago)
Pro-Line Traxxas UDR 1967 Ford F-100 Race Pre-Cut Truck Body (Clear)
So I bought my UDR back in December 2019 when my LHS offered it to me with the free light kit plus another near $100.00 discount, and while I typically dont buy RTR's, every once in a while I do If I really want to try out a rig that is only available in RTR form. Normally when I do get one all the electronics get changed out before I even run it the first time, and I also try to upgrade every part that is either available or is known to be an issue, which with most RTR's there are quite a few. Anyway, not surprisingly, after just 2 or 3 medium speed tumbles in a dirt parking lot that should have only left a few light scratches at most to the factory Rigid scheme body, all 4 bottom mounting locations plus one of the rears tore through the mounting screws. After less than 10 battery packs and not too many high speed crashes, the stock body was unuseable due to all the mounting holes tearing out and major sections with giant cracks. Basically it was far too thin in key areas. Anyway, I saw Proline came out with a UDR body and it was even pre cut, which is what I really like about all of my TLR kits/bodies. So $70.00 later when I took this body out of the bag, I immediately noticed that it looked like Ray Charles precut the body with a commercial weed whacker after drinking a fifth of vodka. Seriously, if TLR can supply precut bodies that are basically perfect, then Proline, the biggest body manufacturer out there should be able to make one that doesnt look like someone trimmed the windows out by chewing through it. Plus the paint mask was peeling off around every edge. Basically I had to clean up all the window and grill openings and do major sanding on the wheelwells and bumpers etc. Not sure if I just got a really bad one or if they are all like that, but overall I was not impressed with the quality at all, mainly the job they did with the "precut"... All said and done once I painted it up it did fit OK and looked nice, I just had to spend far more time working on it prior to masking/painting. I havent run the truck enough to see how durable it will be, but it does seem to be thicker around the bottom mounting holes as well as around the roofline where the stock body failed so quickly. We shall see...
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Sunday, Sep 4 2022 (3 months ago)
Pro-Line Traxxas UDR 1967 Ford F-100 Race Pre-Cut Truck Body (Clear)
Very well made and looks good. It could be a bit thicker but it’s alright.