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The Torcruiser featuring the long-nose, modern sports car body design, with air vents protrudes on just behind the headlights on the front cowls.
 
The Torcruiser featuring the long-nose, modern sports car body design, with air vents protrudes on just behind the headlights on the front cowls.
   
The bodyshell, unlike other Mini 4WD cars, was made of clear polycarbonate with plastic mounting attached, meaning it can be painted in any color with spray paint (using special paints for polycarbonate). The preferred color of the bodyshell is red, and has the decals that has red and orange highlights with black and silver trims. Because cutting is also required, this makes the assembly of the car harder for those not used to this.
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The bodyshell, unlike other Mini 4WD cars, was made of clear polycarbonate with plastic mounting attached, meaning it can be painted in any color with spray paint (Usually the special paints for polycarbonate). The prefer color of the bodyshell is red, and has the decals that has red and orange highlights with black and silver trims.
   
 
It was equipped with the white small diameter 3-spoke VS-type wheels paired with the black X-type narrow slick tires, and was equipped with the N-01 and T-01 units for its MS Chassis. The nose, center and tail were molded in black, while the A parts were molded in light gray. It comes with the standard, light gray 16 mm lightweight plastic rollers.
 
It was equipped with the white small diameter 3-spoke VS-type wheels paired with the black X-type narrow slick tires, and was equipped with the N-01 and T-01 units for its MS Chassis. The nose, center and tail were molded in black, while the A parts were molded in light gray. It comes with the standard, light gray 16 mm lightweight plastic rollers.
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