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Best value slot cars < $AU65
Carrera Ferraris, classic Nascars, F1, GT and JTC. - Incredible value slots, you can get these from the UK, US, etc. for as little as $AU50.
Fly LE Classic Team Box Sets, (Lola T70, Ferrari 512, Porsche 917K) - Unbeatable detail, highly collectible!
NSR Classic, (Porsche 917K, Ford GT40 and P68) - Stunning engineering and finish.
So you want to be a slot car collector? Well then, this is what you should be buying, (no order).
P001 Pioneer Mustang
88286 Fly March 761 Jager
CA06D Slot.it Merc Sauber C9
SICA03F Slot.it Porsche 962C
SICA12A Slot.it Audi R8C
SICA09A Slot.it Porsche 956KH
SICA10A Slot.it McLaren F1 GTR
SICA10C Slot.it McLaren F1 GTR
SICA15A Slot.it Mazda 787B
SICW04 Slot.it LE Porsche 962
C2775 Scalextric Ford Mustang
C2829 Scalextric Ford V8
C2558A Scalextric F1 Set
C2890 Scalextric Mustang
C2897 Scalextric Peugeot 908
C2917 Scalextric Ford GT40
C2918 Scalextric Ferrari 412P
C2923A Scalextric Classic F1 Set
C2960 Scalextric Aston Martin
C2964 Scalextric Lotus 49
C3002 Scalextric Ford Mustang
You may have trouble finding some of the above slot cars in everyday slot shops. You may have to purchase them from the more obscure slot store, import from overseas, wait till one is available on ebay, beg...borrow...steal! ;)
ManicSlots' Top 10 Car Movies
Le Mans (Porsche 917K & LH, Ferrari 512S, Lola T70...)
Senna (McLaren MP4s, Williams FW16)
RUSH (1970s F1 cars)
Ronin (BMW M5, Mercedes 6.9, Audi S8)
Gone in 60 Seconds 2000 (Ford '67 Mustang Fastback 'Eleanor')
Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior (Ford '73 Falcon XB Coupe)
Bullitt (Ford Mustang 390 GT, Dodge '68 Charger)
Smokey and the Bandit (Pontiac '77 Trans Am)
Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby (Nascar)
From time to time, ManicSlots is going to take a look at some of the 'immortal' slot cars that have been produced since the 'Fly' revolution of 1996. In 1996 Fly released the Viper, a slot car that would change the direction of the 1/32 slot car industry forever! Fly let us know that slot cars could actually resemble a racing car and introduced the slot car industry to the 'D' word, detail!
The slot you're after not shown here? I have hundreds more slot car photos under the 'Reviews', 'Resprays' and 'Gallery' sections. Check-out the links below;