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  1. I think dimensions don't help. If for instance NSR did a 3cm tall 69 mustang there would be a great deal of tears from the rivet counting team. Personally I like my touring cars of that era to be a tad crap anyway, we don't want modern gt cars being hosed by Parnelli Jones. Whilst not quite big bangers, Revo are doing group 2 cars from roughly that era shortly; an Alfa GTV, Ford Escort mki and BMW 2002 if I'm not mistaken. Surely they will sell well, and perhaps from there we could see Revo do some of the V8 cars from the inconic Trans am era.
  2. They're heavy. I raced my Maserati non mag on wood with reasonably good results. It was very powerful too, best with an adjustable throttle. I built up and sold several of the Indy Lotus, test drives were fun however given they were always to be on sold i never really pushed them. Long story short, as a slot car they work, unlike some other boutique manufacturers.
  3. Those lego style chassis do look fun, i can only imagine the carnage kids of all sizes would get up to.
  4. manimmal

    Ninco Karts WANTED

    You never know what your luck is until you give it a go. When i raced the class was abandoned due to difficulties new guys were having finding them, and that was ten years ago. Best wishes in locating some good ones.
  5. She looks factory to me, nice job.
  6. There was a pic of the 2002 prototype on slotcarspassion in April 2020 which was the wide version they mentioned, le mans 75 from memory. So it's somewhere in between. I was hoping for the Alpina style but we'll have to wait and cross fingers for that version at a later stage.
  7. Given how brutally hard these cars go are you going to give them much running? My less interesting liveries cop a hiding, but i'm not sure i'd be able to race those two with exuberance. Nice work
  8. Ooh, i look forward to seeing mine when it arrives, the wait feels like forever!
  9. Tamiya TS49 bright red is pretty close, that's what I used on my Mustang years ago. Use a white undercoat too.
  10. Nice. Can we see her with her clothes off?
  11. We've sourced one! Thanks gentleman, I appreciate your assistance.
  12. As per title. My friend has been looking for the 1/24 TTS/BRM Ford escort TTS020; the white Castrol Zakspeed car. We've had a look around and can't find one available from a retail seller or eBay, and we've been casually looking since early this year. He intends to race the car in stock/blueprinted fashion, so ideally one unmodified in good to new condition preferred. Should you have one that needs adoption please let me know, it will be going to a loving home and have regular use. Payment via either Paypal or direct deposit to suit you. Thanks for looking and enjoy your slot cars, Chris
  13. Nice! A cracking fun car to drive too. Before restrictions my group of friends used to time trial mine regularly in a best lap round robin format. Good times.
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