1970’s Chevy Van

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Silver with Red and Blue Pinstripes, Van, Proline Prime Tires, Aftermarket Engine Sound, Foam Front Bumper and Stock Rear Bumper.

This silver Rockvan patriot benefits from the following attention: luxurious paint coats to produce a silver, red and blue color scheme, 19T-Pinion + 54T-Spur, stylish black rims, big racing slicks, truck sound, stock suspension.

Meet “Big Red” (AKA: Double-Red McNasty):

Traxxas Slash 4X4 w/TSM w/OBA
Juicy Fat Proline Slicks (10116-14)
Adjustable Body Mounts F/R
Stock Suspension
Proline 1970’s Rockvan Body

Brief Key Theme Elements & Project Overview:

Silver (PS-12)
Bright Mica Red (PS-60)
Metaillic Blue (PS-16)
Gunmetal (PS-13)
’72 Chevrolet C-10 Themed Badging


At the heart of each model, this is what you’ll find when you lift the hood and kick the tires.

Summary of This Radio Controlled Truck/Car Platform

Quite possibly the toughest most durable RC car ever built. Upgrades well, and plenty of options for performance upgrades. As my first custom van build, it required extremely long adjustable mounts. This Proline body is well-shaped to resemble a classic van – seems like a Chevy! Vans are not really my thing, but I am on a mission to paint at least one of everything! I don’t think I’ll be doing another van, but this was a fun project. I added working lights to make it a nice wall decoration.


Engine Type Velineon (Traxxas)
Fuel Capacity 2S or 3S
Drivetrain 4WD


Tires Type Proline Primes
Rim Size 2.8
Rims Black Racing Spokes
Hub Stock

When I finally figured out how to mount it, the mounts are so long and wobble the body so much, that it’s not really fit to drive. Once I started I kind of had to finish, so I put lights in it to hang it on the wall. Some projects are still fun, but not nearly as much fun as when you get to drive the body and see it flying by. The van is cool – not my thing.

$750 MSRP: $21,500

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