The 1972 Chevy K10 is the latest truck from Vaterra to be based on the Ascender platform. With this truck you are getting the front half of an old school Chevy pickup and in the rear is a tubular bed similar to the ones used by full-size truggy trail trucks. It also features a floating battery tray, 45 degrees of steering, linked suspension, adjustable wheelbase and more. Scroll down to see more information about the new 1972 Chevy K10 from Vaterra and a video of it in action below. This is one good looking truck!
Even in the world of extreme off-road enthusiasts, there are varying degrees of devotion. For most, it’s enough to take an SUV or pickup off the streets, lift it, drop in a big-bore engine and hit the trails. Then there are the builders – guys with vision and a blow torch. Not content with the status quo, they cut, weld and create thoroughly unique off-road machines that are as much art as they are feats of engineering. This incredibly scale recreation of a customized, 1972 K10 pickup is a tribute to these visionaries. It’s built on the proven Vaterra® Ascender® chassis and comes ready for scaler competition with a functional spare tire and wheel, waterproof electronics, aluminum panels and more.
- Completely assembled and ready to run
- Licensed Chevrolet body
- Ascender 4WD chassis with adjustable wheelbase
- Licensed Super Swamper tires with functional spare
- Metal gear transmission with locked differentials
- Oil-Filled Injection Molded Shocks
- Dynamite power system
- Waterproof servo, receiver and ESC
- Stamped Aluminum Panels
- Spektrum DX2E 2.4GHz radio system
Needed To Complete:
- Battery Pack
- Battery Charger
#VTR03090 – $399.99