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  1. Picked up a couple of the old Scalextric Mini Clubmans. I've always liked the shape of these with the built in flares. Plus I used to own a real one. a 74.. 1000. I had a set of Slot.it 14.3 x 8 rims & tyres sitting around waiting for a small project. These were from the banked track era so their front axles float in a deep channel - to help them get around the old banked tracks of the time without deslotting. First the front had to come off to allow for some body rock Then it was time to set the front axle height. I widened the channel and dropped in an axle in an aluminium tube, go the ride height I wanted & then I filled the channel with JB Weld and set the tube in place. When all set I ground around the guide carrier & then ground the flat under the axles to get the guide raised and set at the right height. I also added a front body post too. So that's as far as I got. It flys around the track as is but I plan to lower the motor in it's cradle down level to lower the COG and I need to glue & brace the rear axles to get rid of some of the shudder. Been a fun build so far and good practice for the Metro challenge - see here
  2. Hey, Does anyone know if the rear wing one these cars are removable i'm afraid of breaking it any info would be useful, thank you in advance. Cheers,
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