Pro-Line’s Desert Eagle is Apocalypse-Ready [VIDEO] [UPDATED]

Pro-Line’s Desert Eagle is Apocalypse-Ready [VIDEO] [UPDATED]

We knew that blower and those zoomie pipes looked familiar! Pro-Line “sneak peeked” the new Desert Eagle body as a sleek and shiny street machine, but as this latest teaser video shows, the Desert Eagle is also a very good stand-in for Max Rockatansky’s 1974 Ford Falcon XB GT Coupe. Better known as The Last of the V8 Interceptors, it’s Max’s ride from the Road Warrior movies. Watch the clip, it looks like good times with the end times to us.

UPDATE, the body is officially released, more photos and details added below.

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Here’s the Road Warrior movie car. Photo: Roberts.com

Pro-Line Desert Eagle Mad Max PL shot 1

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From Pro-Line:

This is a Desert Eagle Clear Body. Transform your short course truck into a fire-breathing, road-crushing 1970’s muscle car with the all-new Pro-Line Desert Eagle Body! Featuring incredible details like a supercharged V8 rising out of the hood, zoomie side pipes and twin roof & deck spoilers, the Desert Eagle is sure to turn heads whether you’re out bashing or at the track.

The Desert Eagle lets you deck out your SC truck in two completely different styles:

Use the desert grunge style decals to create a post-apocalyptic war machine complete with gnarly off-road tires (see below), light bars, jacked up rear body posts, or whatever else your imagination can conjure up.
If dirt and grunge aren’t your style, outfit your ride like the muscle car of your dreams. Use the included street rod style decals, slam the body posts down and tackle the street with 2.8” wheels (see below).
Bring some muscle to your SC: get your Pro-Line Desert Eagle today!

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Updated: November 24, 2015 — 1:57 PM
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