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Ford GTX1 RTR

Ford GTX1 RTR
Model: cm_ford_gtx
Competition Models became a subsidiary of Pactra Chemicals and issued cars in both kit and RTR forms. This Ford GTX1 uses a factory painted Lancer ... more info

Rat Fink Lotus kit

Rat Fink Lotus kit
Model: R153
Another weird kit designed by Ed :Big Daddy" Roth for Revell. This kit uses the body of the 1964 Lotus-Ford and adds its own touches in the form of a ... more info

1966 Mercury Comet Cyclone Pace car RTR

1966 Mercury Comet Cyclone Pace car RTR
Model: A237
This Comet Cyclone was the Indy 500 pace car and was modeled by AMT as a RTR in various packaging. This example was first sold at the Indianapolis ... more info

Nissan GP-7 "Super Colt" RTR

Nissan GP-7 "Super Colt" RTR
Model: CH168
To liquidate old stocks in the early 1970s, Champion scrapped the bins to assemble cars using modern bodies over obsolete chassis and motors. The ... more info

Ferrari 612 Group-20 racer RTR

Ferrari 612 Group-20 racer RTR
Model: CH163
Champion obtained the National Competition Committee contract for the Group-20 chassis. This car was produced as a factory assembled RTR model with ... more info

Race-Rite Targa Florio GT Coupe

Race-Rite Targa Florio GT Coupe
Model: race-rite
It is always a lot of fun for researchers in the past history of our favorite hobby, to discover a previously unknown product and even more fun to ... more info

Alfa Romeo TZ1

Alfa Romeo TZ1
Model: SC113
Manufacturer: Scalextric

One of four cars issued in the 1967 "Ace" series, this Alfa-Romeo has a die-cast aluminum chassis and is powered by a Mabuchi FT26 motor. It was ... more info

Nissan Silvia

Nissan Silvia
Model: J325
This is the only known slot car racing production of this company, a 1/24 scale kit of the pretty Albrecht von Goertz-designed 1964 Nissan Silvia ... more info

Cox Ford GT MKII

Cox Ford GT MKII
Model: COX-MKII
Announced at the end of 1966, the 1/24-scale Cox Ford MKII slot car kit was never issued. A variety of hand-built prototype (according to witnesses, ... more info

MDC "The Bat"

MDC "The Bat"
Model: MDC-BAT
The MDC company advertized this model in 1966, but while a few prototypes were produced in various forms, it was never issued to the public. The ... more info


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