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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!
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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
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C2775 Scalextric Ford Mustang
C2829 Scalextric Ford V8
C2558A Scalextric F1 Set
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C2897 Scalextric Peugeot 908
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C2918 Scalextric Ferrari 412P
C2923A Scalextric Classic F1 Set
C2960 Scalextric Aston Martin
C2964 Scalextric Lotus 49
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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! ;)
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Slot Classic have just sent us some details on their latest release, the MGB GT raced in the Targa Florio in 1968. I sure you will agree with me when I say SC has done an impressive job with this release, just look at those wheels, exhaust, front grill, spare wheel and rear tail lights - some beautiful work. I can't say I've seen one of these on the track but if it handles half as well as it looks then it's bound to be a cracker.
This from Slot Classic: 'We are glad to present you the next Slot Classic model, the MGB from the Targa Florio '68, with starting number #130, registration plate LBL591E, british racing green and minilite tyres. It is our reference CJ-42, and it's the first one that we dedicate to a competition MGB, being the one and only GT and 4 cylinder unit that was ever produced by the factory from Abingdon. As usual, 500 units will be produced and the prices are the usual ones:
144,43€ the KIT, 173,43€ the KPP y 219,00€ the RTR..'