This is a '70s Rock Van Clear Body for Scale Crawlers. It's time to get your retro creative juices flowing with the new Pro-Line '70s Rock Van body! Based on the iconic Vans of the mid-late 1970s, the Rock Van provides a blank canvas to recreate the most awesome vans of yesteryear. From cable news vans, to ice cream trucks, to overlanding rigs, to transporting around your favorite team of ex-US Special Forces: the possibilities are endless!
The '70s Rock Van features super-detailed front grille sections, oversized fender flares, and two sets of add-on Bubble Windows, porthole and teardrop, to give your van the ultimate retro look. The decal sheet also includes a full set of yellow & orange pinstriping. Just paint it in your favorite solid color and you are ready to go. This body fits all popular 12.3" wheelbase crawlers outfitted with 2 sets of tall body posts.
Pro-Line's team of innovators are also offering some Exclusive 3D BONUS Scale Parts, available for download, free of charge! Click the links below to grab 3D files to print-at-home on your 3D printer or send to an online print shop such as Shapeways and add even more scale detail to your Pro-Line Rock Van:
The Rock Van is molded in our durable .060" polycarbonate and comes with window masks, Paint-then-peel overspray film and decals to finish off the look. Get Vanning with your own Pro-Line '70s Rock Van for your 12.3" Crawler now!
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This van body rocks! Excellent quality & design! I did an outside of the body weathered paint job using the window masks on the outside, then carefully peeling them after it dried & reapplied them to the inside for a black inner coat. I did have an issue with the windshield mask being too small, both lengthwise & height, so I simply used masking tape & gently cut with an x-acto. I initially thought the windows would be glued to the outside of the body, but after holding them to it, I noticed that the body had a slight curve to it & they windows wouldn't lay flat. I used the bubble windows rather than the tear drops because I figured it would be easier to cut the body holes out using curved scissors. Using a reamer, I made a starter hole, then cut out a hole using the curved scissors about a quarter inch smaller than the round window mask. Using med sandpaper, I continued sanding the new holes until they just fit the bubble window poking through from the inside. Lastly I added some tint to the bubbles before using ca glue to lock them in place. Once that was done I added chrome details around the bubble windows & to all the hinges. I also used the headlight & taillight stickers as masks & applied chrome to the headlights & translucent red to the taillights as a final step. I am extremely pleased with how this body turned out! Now I just need to print the 3D accessories & install it on my chassis. This is definitely one of my favorite crawler bodies!
received this van a couple weeks ago and couldn't be happier. However I am afraid to jump into it because I was hoping for a "how to" video on installing the windows. I love this body so much I really don't want to mess it up. Some simple instructions or a how to video would be greatly appreciated.