viernes, 2 de junio de 2017


This Bright yellow GT40 is this week’s slot car special deal. Only one to a customer. No dealer orders.

Scalextric C3211 Ford GT40 MkII, yellow/black (C)

1/32 scale slot car, ready to run on all 1/32 and 1/24 scale non-digital tracks. Yes, we know this car is really supposed to be a late MkI, not a MkII. Love the color, though. With working headlights and taillights.

Motor: Mabuchi SP (FC130); 18k rpm; Gear ratio 11:36
Chassis: Rear mounted sidewinder motor; rear 2 wheel drive
Magnet: Rectangular 2.5 mm; downforce 208gm
Overall length: 133 mm
Wheelbase: 76 mm
Axle/Hub width: 54 mm front; 56 mm rear
Tire diameter/width: 21(ext), 14(int) x 8 mm Front; 22(ext), 14(int) x 10 mm Rear
Weights: Car 78 gm; case 156gm
Scale: 1/32

$49.95 $39.95
Save: 20% off

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Get both the Ford GT and the Corvette C7.R in this “Extreme Power” analog (the cars do not have working lights) race set from Carrera with over 20-feet of track and an overpass.

Carrera 25218 Extreme Power race set

8.2 x 5.8-feet, 20.7-foot lap length Ford vs. Chevy. This race offers the ultimate adrenaline kick. The latest version of the iconic Ford GT Race Car is fitted with a 3.5-liter, twin-turbo, V6 engine and a giant diffusor. Across the grid there's the immensely powerful Chevrolet Corvette C7.R with a 5.5-liter, V8 engine. Both of them offer aerodynamics and power incarnate. The challenge is to keep this power under control with icy nerves and precision around the 20.7-foot circuit from the "Extreme Power" Carrera analog set. The numerous bends demand absolute concentration and drifting skills.


The Opel Calibra DTM to compete with their Alfa Romeo DTM is available in a white kit and a replica of car that raced at the Hockenheimring in 1995.

Slot It SICA36A Opel Calibra Hockenheimring DTM 1995 no. 9

SICA36A Opel Calibra Hockenheimring DTM 1995 no. 9.


The July/August number 94 issue of Model Car Racing has arrived—add a copy to your next order.

MCR94 Model Car Racing Magazine, July/August 2017 (C)

There are several articles and “Tech Tips” on how to assemble a replica of 1954 Le Mans-winning Ferrari 75 Plus from a cast-resin kit, how to open holes in sheet brass to build your own brass chassis and step-by-step installation tips for converting Scalextric Formula 1 cars from analog to Digital. There are two race tracks in this issue, a complex HO road course and a simple “dirt” oval. There are full reports on the prototypes’ racing background and the performance of the 1/32 scale models of the 1954 Ferrari 375MM, 1965 Lola Mk. III coupe, 1967 Lola T70 Mk. III Can-Am roadster, 1973 Capri 2600 RS and 2014 Corvette C7.R Le Mans. There are plans so you can assemble a 2-Lane version of the Hungaroring Racetrack on a 5 x 9-foot ping-pong tabletop and on a 14 x 18-foot tabletop with plastic track. There is also a plan for an HO scale AFX 4-Lane version of the Hungaroring Circuit on a 4 x 8-foot tabletop.



New Cars Coming Soon

Two new Alfa Romeos are on the way so you can get your pre-order in now.

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