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This set is no longer being produced but it is one of the most popular Scalextric sets because it provides plenty of track, two quick cars and an entry-level price. We have reduced the price on the few remaining sets but you will need to order soon to get yours.
Scalextric C1319T Continental Sports Cars (C)
The perfect introduction to the exciting world of 1:32 scale slot racing. The LMP and Pro GT cars are tough enough for full impact racing. Build four different layouts with the track supplied. This set includes a lap counter for even more excitement.
Each hand controller has a two-position selector switch which allows the driver to choose slow or fast speed settings to reflect the driver’s experience. A sheet of decals is supplied with each car so that the car can be decorated with racing graphics.
Space Required: 191cm x 132cm
Track Length: 484cm
Age Suitability: 5+
easy change pickups
super resistant bodies
$124.99 $99.95 Save: 20% off
Upgrade the Scalextric C1319T Continental Sports Cars set (above) or bring your own Scalextric track up to Digital with this C7042DC Upgrade Package. This incredible Powerbase allows you to race either Scalextric Digital or, by just pressing a button (and taping the lane changer flaps shut), to race two of any brand of analog car. The C7042DC “package” includes everything to upgrade your track---the Digital Plugs to convert the cars must be purchased separately. Save $80.00 on this package deal.
Scalextric C7042DC Digital 6-car conversion package
An 'open-source' output connection enables the enthusiast to connect the six car power base to a computer for additional functionality.
This new Powerbase can be used in Analogue or Digital power modes. This great feature allows the Powerbase to be used with standard 2-lane Scalextric circuits, using two cars only, or with Scalextric Digital layouts for 1-to-6 car action. All features are available in either mode.
Now the best of both worlds is offered - an all-in-one race control system for Analogue and Digital racing.
Requires the 15V Power Supply sold separately (P9303) and two Scalextric Digital throttles (C7002)---also sold separately). You will also want one or more C7036 Lane Changers. If you upgrading an existing Scalextric Digital track you will need the C7042 and the P9303 Power Supply but you can use your Scalextric Digital throttles (analog throttles will not operate the system).
NOTE: If you want a complete Scalextric Digital track conversion you can purchase the C7042DC (note the "DC" on the part number and the special price) Package that includes the C7042, P9303 Power Supply, two C7002 throttles, PLUS one C7036 Lane Changer.
The Digital Plugs to convert the cars must also be purchased separately---each car will require its own plug. Most Scalextric cars are Digital Plug Ready so a number C8515 Easyfit Digital Plug (for most cars) or C8516 Easyfit Digital Plug (for Scalextric Formula 1 cars) is a one-screw unplug/plug-in installation. For other brands the C7005 Digital Chip can be installed but the wire connections must be soldered. All three Digital Plugs (chips) also allow the car run on any brand of analog track (but not on other brands of digital).
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Slot It SICA38A Audi R18, n.4 3rd Le Mans 2012
Slot It SICA38A Audi R18, n.4 3rd Le Mans 2012
Slot It SICA36B Opel Calibra DTM/ITC 1996 winner, driver Klaus Ludwing
The Opel Calibra V6 is a racing car designed to take part in the German DTM (Deutsche Tourenwagen Meisterschaft), the German Touring Car Championship that at the time was the technical pinnacle for touring cars. Racing was restricted to Class 1 (first division or D1) cars. The regulation mandated a maximum capacity of 2.5 liters and a maximum of 6 cylinders, derived from approved models and produced in at least 25,000 specimens. Rules also allowed dramatic changes to the car's motor and chassis, provided that the body shape was maintained. Opel entered the last race of 1993 as a test for the real début, which took place the following year with a car which was ready to compete against Alfa Romeo and Mercedes. In 1996, when the championship had already changed its name to ITC, Opel managed to win both the driver's and the constructor's championship titles. This car reproduces the Team Zakspeed number 17 car with which Klaus Ludwig raced and won the Norisring race in 1996.