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Astro-V RTR

Astro-V RTR
Model: CL161
Manufacturer: Classic

After producing the Astro-V in kit form, by mid-1966, kids were reluctant to spend time building, and many slot car manufacturers issued ready to ... more info

Astro-V kit (variation)

Astro-V kit (variation)
Model: CL200
Manufacturer: Classic

One of Classic's true classics: the Astro-V (pronounced "Astro Five")had spectacular packaging that made it very attractive to the teenage crowd at ... more info

Astro-V kit

Astro-V kit
Model: CL195
Manufacturer: Classic

One of Classic's true classics: the Astro-V (pronounced "Astro Five")had spectacular packaging that made it very attractive to the teenage crowd at ... more info

"The Spook" dragster

"The Spook" dragster
Model: S186
Manufacturer: Strombecker

This little 1/32 scale dragster used an Igarashi open-frame motor and was available in both RTR and kit forms. The driver is identical to the early ... more info

Ford GT Spyder

Ford GT Spyder
Model: U107
Unique issued this Bob Bondurant-approved Ford GT40 "Spyder" or "Roadster" in 1966. The Champion of Chamblee, Georgia, Company also purchased clear ... more info

Chaparral 2 RTR

Chaparral 2 RTR
Model: U108
One of several RTR models in the 1/24 scale issued by Unique Engineering in 1966, this Chaparral 2 was also available in a green color inside a "Trak ... more info

Mercer kit

Mercer kit
Model: RE102
Manufacturer: Renwall

In 1963, Stylist Virgil Exner designed a series of cars of which at least two were actually built, a Stutz "Blackhawk" and a "Mercer". The Mercer was ... more info

Stutz "Blackhawk" kit

Stutz "Blackhawk" kit
Model: RE106
In 1963, Stylist Virgil Exner designed a series of cars of which at least two were actually built, a Stutz "Blackhawk" and a "Mercer". The Mercer was ... more info

Prewar racing set

Prewar racing set
Model: MARXSET

Ferrari 250 GTO RTR

Ferrari 250 GTO RTR
Model: MX127


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