Chaparral 2E "IFC" RTR
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Chaparral 2E "IFC" RTR

The most commonly found of these desirable and very influential slot cars is the Chaparral 2E IFC in its ready to race version. Using a virtually indestructible polypropylene body and wing, the model was set over a so-called iso-Fulcrum chassis (IFC) that was first introduced on the "La Cucaracha" RTR model a year earlier. The gray sponge tires were barely filling the wheel wells... The Cox NASCAR 3600 motor was able to pivot on its axis and actuated the rear wing through a small steel wire form. The "cockpit" was restricted to a piece of black paper on which the basic Cox driver was simply affixed with double-side adhesive tape. The box was rather attractive, the unfinished model being protected by a tall corrugated inner sleeve on which the trim parts were stapled along with assembly instructions.

  • Model: C116
  • 1 Units in Stock

Chaparral 2E "IFC" RTR
Chaparral 2E "IFC" RTR
Chaparral 2E "IFC" RTR
Chaparral 2E "IFC" RTR

Chaparral 2E "IFC" RTR
Chaparral 2E "IFC" RTR
Chaparral 2E "IFC" RTR


This item was added to the museum on Wednesday 15 April, 2009.

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