Elite Regular Weight Clear Body
1:10 Buggy Bodies
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- What's Included
This is an Elite Regular Weight Clear Body for AE B64 and B64D. Introducing the all new Elite series of race bodies for 1:10 buggy, a clean-sheet design from Pro-Line bringing a fresh new look to the class.
Designed with the latest in CAD technology, the Elite features an overall low-slung design with sweeping lines throughout giving it an unmistakable look on the track. A cab-forward design with rails extending up the hood and A-pillar provides enhanced steering while a sloped center fin balances out the rear of the car with superior side-bite. The rear of the side pods feature outer ridges designed to lead air up to the included Air Force rear wing, maximizing rear grip.
This body is a perfect fit on the Team Associated B64 & B64D buggies. Proudly Made in the USA, the Elite is available in both light weight and standard weights of genuine Lexan®. Included with the body are two Air Force 6.5” rear wings, paint-then-peel overspray film, window masks and Pro-Line decals.
Hit the track in fresh, Pro-Line style with the new Elite race body!
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Please note: All bodies are sold in crystal clear lexan and are painted for advertising purposes only.
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3487-30 | Elite Regular Weight Clear Body for AE B64 and B64D
- Designed with the latest in CAD technology
- Low-slung design with Sweeping lines throughout
- Enhanced Steering Feel combined with Superior Side-Bite
- Includes Pro-Line’s 6.5” Air Force Wing
- Paint-then-peel Overspray film included
- Made with Crystal Clear Genuine GE Lexan®
- Four step to Race Ready:
1.) Clean Body and apply included window mask
2.) Paint then peel the over-spray film off
3.) Decal your body (decal sheet included)
4.) Mount your new body onto your car
- Made in the USA, since 1982 - Read about Pro-Line Racing's History