First shown at the Nuremburg Toy Fair, then recently seen again at the HobbyTown USA Convention, the HPI Crawler King ’73 Ford Bronco is getting close to its September release date. With its release date right around the corner HPI has released some pictures and information to wet your appetite.
The retro schemed ’73 Bronco is made for rock crawling and mud bogging. It’s a RTR that comes with waterproof electronics so you can bash in any kind of weather. It also features over 6 inches of suspension travel, plenty for soaking up those bumps in the road. Some of its other highlights include-
* Officially licensed body
* High performance HB Rover crawling tires
* Heavy duty alloy suspension links
* 2.4GHz radio system
* 55 turn brushed crawling motor
* Locked differentials
* Nothing more to buy, comes with 7.2V 2000mAh Ni-MH pack, charger, and AA batteries for the transmitter
The part number for the Bronco is #113225 and you can get a bit more information at This Link over on HPI’s website.
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HPI Crawler King Bronco Gallery
The folks over at Pro-Line have a cool video showing off their 1981 Ford Bronco body. Watch the video to see the PL crew getting in some bashing action and make sure your sound is turned up to hear the realistic engine sound effects that really add to the video. If you want one of those Bronco bodies for yourself, they have a part number of #3423-00 and are priced at $37. Hit up This Link for more information over on Pro-Line’s website.
Pro-Line has also announced free shipping on all orders for the entire month of April. If you don’t have a local hobby shop to get your PL gear from, hit up This Link for more details of their free shipping offer.
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The Pro-Line 1981 Ford Bronco clear Lexan body made some waves when it was teased a few weeks ago, today they have released more pictures and pricing. The PL Bronco has a street price of $37 and makes a good fit on the Traxxas Slash, Associated SC10, and Pro-Line PRO-2 trucks when used with extended rear body mounts.
The old school off-road styling of the 1981 Bronco is a welcome change of pace for people who are tired of a traditional SCT look, and it will certainly make your truck stand out in a crowd. The part number is #3423-00 and you get more pictures and information at This Link over on Pro-Line’s official website.
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Pro-Line 81 Ford Bronco
The crew over at HPI Racing have announced a new look for their Crawler King. The latest version comes with a 1973 Ford Bronco body, comes in RTR form, and is waterproof for your bashing pleasure. With its 4wd and 55 turn brushed motor, it should be a blast to drive at the local rock pile. The truck in the pictures is sporting some super sticky Hot Bodies crawling tires, but we have not been able to confirm if those will come standard on the truck. More information is coming soon on this one, until then hit up This Link to visit the official HPI website.
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HPI Crawler King Bronco Gallery
Short course trucks are still all the rage and now our friends over at Pro-Line are teasing a pretty cool looking 1981 Ford Bronco body. I know several of the members of the BigSquidRC Bash Crew are burnt out on a tradition truck body, they are stoked to see something a little different. We will pass along more information when we get it, until then you can hit the official Pro-Line Website to check out all their fine products. If you want to see what Pro-Line is up to on Facebook, hit up This Link.
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It looks like Pro-Line has another hit on their hands with their new 1973 Ford Bronco clear body. The new Bronco body is made to fit longer wheelbase monster trucks (like the Savage, Summit, and E-Revo with extended body mounts) and is fully licensed. Pro-Line uses crystal clear GE Lexan and of course it is made in the good ole’ USA. Street price is expected to be just over $30 and you can get more information on all of Pro-Line’s gear at their Official Website.
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