Brand: Pro Line

Part Number: PL1549-30

£29.09 Web Price RRP £29.99

Out of stock : Expected November 1st

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Simply put: the 2017  is one of the coolest street cars ever designed, and PROTOform is proud to bring it to 1:10 .

From the ultra-low stance, to the teardrop-shaped cockpit, to the never-before-seen b-pillar “side wings”, the Ford GT is the ultimate expression of form following function. PROTOform has captured every detail of this mid-engine sportscar that captured the GTE Pro class win at the 2016 24h of Le Mans.

This officially-licensed body fits  for racing in classes such as the new  rubber tire class. For touring car fans, don’t fret: a  version of Ford GT is coming soon.

Ford GT’s distinctive side wings are add-on pieces that can be secured with the included hardware, shoo-goo or high-strength double-sided tape. Each body also includes injection molded nylon wing struts, a unique rear wing, an extensive decal sheet, window masks, and overspray film.

Ford Motor Company Trademarks and Trade Dress used under license to Pro-Line.

Please note: All bodies are sold in crystal clear lexan® and are painted for advertising purposes only.


  • Perfectly suited for the new 
  • Distinctive add-on side wings
  • Exceptional scale detail
  • Molded wing struts
  • Officially-licensed by Ford
What's Included:
  • Ford GT Clear Body
  • B-pillar side wings (2 pcs)
  • Side wing mounting hardware (16 pcs)
  • Nylon wing struts ( 2 pcs)
  • Extensive Decal sheet
  • Wing mounting hardware (4 pcs)
  • Window Masks
  • Paint-then-peel over spray film
  • 200mm Pan Car
  • 200mm Touring Car

Two Simple UK Delivery Options

Royal mail at £3.50, or Express at £6.95.

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