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Team Iceberg RC

 Noah Chapman

 I am 13 years old and I love rc! I've been driving rc for almost 4 years now and couldn't be happier! 

My top 3 favorite rc cars are my 1/18th utb mini Capra, SCX24 with the Iceberg RC  Comanche body and my SCX24 with the Iceberg RC Cherokee body.

I love all my mini rc trucks, I like to compete in our local micro crawler comps with my dad and our friends!

Rc is one big family to me, everyone is nice, friendly and always willing to help each other!

I drive from my wheelchair and there's always someone willing to help roll me around while driving but, my dad is the best at rolling me around anywhere we go! 

My top 3 favorite Iceberg RC body's:
1. Pearson P1
2. Hummer H1
3. Toyota Tacoma

I'd like to say thank you to my mom, my dad and all my family for always supporting me and for helping me follow my dreams! I'd also like to thank Iceberg RC for being so kind and helpful! They keep my trucks looking the best they can!

Typical FAQ's


There are various ways to mount the bodies to the SCX24 platform. Depending on preference, everything from using a combination of stock mounts, magnets, velcro, hood pins, etc.. can be used.

Minor modifications may be needed.


$10 worldwide shipping on all bodies, $5 shipping on up to 2 parts.

USA: 6-12 Business days

UK: 1-3 Business days

Worldwide: 10-15 Business days


Alll bodies come with overspray masks

We provide window templates on sticker backed sheets to help mark out your paint lines. Please use them templates on painters tape to mask the widows and other lines.

All Iceberg RC bodies should be washed prior to painting. Make sure to test your paint on a sample section.

Poly Carbonate RC Paint is recommended

How do we make our bodies?


Design is done in house from start to finish. It all starts by creating a digital design based off the SCX24 wheelbase, while aiming to keep vehicle proportions and scale. The design is then 3D printed and worked in order to create a 'Buck' to use in the thermoforming process.


The design is then 3D printed and worked in order to create a 'Buck' to use in the thermoforming process.

The bodies are then handcrafted with a vacuum form machine which takes the shape of the 'Buck'

Due to the handcrafted nature of the bodies, minor imperections are unavoidable.


After rigorous testing both the final product and the manufacturing process, we use 0.5mm sheets of UV restistant PETG to form our bodies. Although technically not as strong as PolyCarbonate, this material captures great details in the forming process and will withstand a rigourous beating while out crawling.

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