The Cars of Roy Moody

The late Roy Moody was a mechanical genius, one who most often was thinking outside the envelope. Moody invented the modern angle-winder drive system that allowed a much improved handling over conventional inline or sidewinder chassis. Moody also created extraordinary gas powered radio controlled cars, a hobby he will practice until his passing. The LASCM was able to acquire most of his surviving slot cars.


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1967 1/32 scale anglewinder chassis

1967 1/32 scale anglewinder chassis

If you are looking for the very first angle-winder slot car ever built, look no further, this is one of the few built by Roy Moody, the inventor of...
Roy Moody's 1962 Ferrari 156

Roy Moody's 1962 Ferrari 156

This car was one of the early models built by Roy, likely in 1965. A simple pan frame receives a motor built with a "Hemi" can and armature mated to...
Roy Moody's circa 1965 racing chassis

Roy Moody's circa 1965 racing chassis

Another early brass chassis built by Roy. Once we figure out all the collection's parts, we likely will mate it to other original parts. This chassis...
Roy Moody's own bodies

Roy Moody's own bodies

Not only did Roy Moody built his racing cars from scratch, sometimes making his own motors, but he also often carved his own bodies from wood, then...
The World's First Magnet-Traction Slot Car?

The World's First Magnet-Traction Slot Car?

This beautiful car was built by Roy Moody and features a partially hand built motor of which the magnet material is flush with the bottom of the...

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