Square body nation rejoice, the team at JConcepts has brought back the late 70’s and early 80’s generation Chevy K10 to the 1/24th line-up. The team started from scratch, after heavy influence from the GM hopefuls. Fans of the JConcepts product line have a passion for originals, to re-live those classic days of tradition and conventional truck design, heavy edginess and a lot of detail work went into this beauty. The Axial SCX24 has a new shell fit for fun, legacy, and excitement and like all JConcepts bodies, packs a serious punch of passion.
For the 1978 model year, the iconic square body emerged, a chiseled front-end, gently swept back from the center. Vertical turn signal markers signify the late 70’s generation while a slightly bulging body line that runs the length of the body packs muscle into the design. The JConcepts tuck concept is added to this design providing the dove-tail effect on the front and rear of the body giving more clearance for tires, obstacles and gives the ole 78 a little competition inspiration. The wheel wells have been scaled to slightly larger 1/24th tires but still maintain a clean look representing the authentic vehicle.
The square body generation spanned an incredible 14 years and with small changes to grille, headlights, and trim packages throughout the years, JConcepts has added a bonus to the included decal sheet. An incredible 5 different grille options are included on the sheet giving the user the option of their favorite square body grille and trim package. Quadruple light and double light bezel setups are included which contain bar and tube grille combinations. In addition, a plethora of badges are offered on the sheet featuring Sierra Grande, Custom Deluxe, Cheyenne, Scottsdale, and Silverado combinations.
- Officially licensed by General Motors to JConcepts
- Scale inspired body, cab, and window design
- Multiple, 1:1 headlight and grille treatment options
- Clear heavy-duty polycarbonate with protective film
- Window masks and detailed Chevrolet and GM decal sheet included