The 1993 Ford F-250 body was the standard and the top of the line in terms of looks, popularity and performance back during the hey-day of monster truck racing.
The 1993 F-Series was given a slightly lower hoodline, rounding the front fenders and grille. The "Blue Oval," a trademark of all Ford pickups, makes a striking appearance centered in the grille. Stout fender flares are carved ever so carefully in to the panels while openings allow for a vast assortment of tires on the market.
The bed itself is solid and includes slated details to look like its 1:1 counterpart. Light body lines and raised sections are present throughout, including such as fuel tank latch, window weather strip outlines and hood indentations. The hard body-line positioned front to back give the truck heart and the "Built Ford Tough" personality. The body comes clear and includes an authentic decal sheet and easy to use window mask for the detailed hobbyist. The F-250 drops on the Ascender and Axial 12.5" wheelbase setting, with standard body mounts.