The 1968 Chevrolet Camaro is legendary for its muscle car performance, going head-to-head on the street and race track with the fastest cars from the 60's. Camaro fans can now own a realistic 1/10th scale replica that fits perfectly on most 200mm touring cars.
The lines and stance of the original Camaro are accurately sculpted, with the classic “coke bottle” rear fenders and realistic decals, this HPI Camaro body is as close as you can get to the real thing for R/C Touring Cars!
FeaturesPhotorealistic die-cut premium vinyl decals include window frames, headlight, grille, tail lights and more, plus official logos. Clear overspray film and pre-cut vinyl window masks make painting simple and quick. A decal instruction sheet is included for precise decal placement. Each HPI body has dimple marks for body post drilling locations. An optional, realistic rear spoiler is provided with the body This is an officially licensed replica! HPI Vintage wheels and tyres (shown) are highly recommended for a realistic appearance, use 26mm Vintage wheels on the front and 31mm wheels on the rear of this body, with 26mm Vintage tyres up front and 31mm in the rear. 190mm touring car owners can use our 6mm offset Vintage wheels and tyres to adapt this 200mm body to fit their car.
Vintage 5 Spoke Wheel:
#3815 - 26mm Matte Chrome (0mm Offset)
#3816 - 26mm Black (0mm Offset)
#3817 - 26mm Shiney Chrome (0mm Offset)
#3820 - 31mm Matte Chrome (6mm Offset)
#3821 - 31mm Black (6mm Offset)
#3822 - 31mm Shiney Chrome (6mm Offset)
Vintage Racing Tyres:
#4793 - 26mm
#4797 - 31mm
- Brand: HPI
- Part No: HPI-7494
- Width: 200mm
- Painted: Clear
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