Ready Built Slot Cars - Saloons

Minis


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Loads of Minis

Fords


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Loads of Fords

Porsches


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Loads of Porsches

Rally Cars


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Loads of Rally cars

Volkswagen Beetles


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2 New Voltswagen Beetles

Caterham 7s


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3 Caterham 7s

BMWs


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Many BMWs

STS 4x4s


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Many 4x4s by STS

Scalextric Jaguars


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Some Jaguars

Scalextric TVRs


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Some TVRs

Scalextric Datsuns


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Some Datsuns

Other Saloon Slot Cars

Yellow Nissan Patrol

SCX Nissan Patrol Fanta No 212
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C114 Triumph TR7

Yellow Triumph TR7
Red Triumph TR7

C113 Triumph TR7
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C310 Maestro no. "4"
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Blue Maestro
Yellow touring car C699 AMG Mercedes C-Class "ProMarkt" "DEKRA 5 IIT" "VARTA" Mabucchi 'S' Enclosed Motor no magnet yellow Hornby Hobbies Ltd marked 7. Click on the picture to discover what I found when I took the body off.

C280 Rover 3500 "Patrick Motor Sport" "7". Scalextric. Johnson 111 motor I got this because I had just bought a full size Rover V8 (but in a different chassis, see my e-mail address). This ran fairly well but I thought it could do better. Now it has the same wheels as the Jaguar XJ220 shown above. For more details click on the picture.

Blue Rover
Blue and white Volvo 850

83910 Volvo 850T "Rydell" SCX with SRS2 chassis. This one currently does not want to go.

83920 Volvo 850T "Brock" SCX with SRS2 chassis. This one is reluctant to perform smoothly. It may be because of the strong magnet holding it down or it may need a bit of running in.

Red Volvo 850
93140 Jaguar Silk Cut

SCX 93140 Jaguar Silk Cut SCX with SRS2 chassis. This is a fast car because of the magnet. The car clicks a lot as it goes around because the guide blade is too deep and is hitting the bottom of the track sections. It will need filing down.

Revell Aston Martin (Kit Built) The dealer had put a sticker on top saying "Runs Well". There were no braids and the front wheels were jammed against the wheel arches. When questioned the dealer said Runs Well meant when connected to a power supply (he did not have his own track) the motor ran well. It was marked at 22. I got it and a Husky Forward Control Land Rover marked 7, for 22. I wanted it to study or copy the metal chassis. I have now found out who made it, Mike Newns identified it for me, thanks.

Unknown white car

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