If you have a Ferrari Testarossa 1/32 or 1/24 please put a link to your Ebay auction in the comments.
My next car for my slot car collection is a Nissan GT-R 1/32 or 1/24. If you have one of these at a decent price put your Ebay auction link in the comments and I’ll check it out.
My love with Carrera 1/43 cars is huge, these little cars pack some punch on a big track. To take my love to the next level with these cars I’m going to try a project build. Putting in a Scalextric non dpr chip to make one of these cars digital would be awesome.
There’s not a lot of space inside of these small cars. I’m really concerned with the chip getting a little hot in such a small space. Since these cars are on the low end of the cost scale this project build is worth the risk. The car price is about $20 + another $20 for a chip if it works I’m still below the price of a digital 1/32 car with a chip installed.
Do you consider yourself to be one of the following and why?
Tinkerer = like to work on slot cars more than anything.
Collector = like to put cars on a shelf and not really like to play or work on them.
Racer = like to play with the cars as much as possible.
Leave a comment and tell us which one you are and why.
Enzo Ferrari is a luxurious sports car with performance power. Based off of the founder of Ferrari I couldn’t wait to find one of these cars. It took me over 3 months of waiting before I found this car for about $29.
I tested the car today and it runs pretty well. It’s not the smoothest driving car that I have but it’s okay. For a Carrera I expected it to be really smooth but it’s a little sluggish compared to newer Carrera cars. This car isn’t a contender that you take to race your buddies.
What I love most about Ferrari’s are how the engines show through the back window. This car is no different, according to wikipedia the Enzo has some serious power.
If you’ve wondered how F1 racing teams work; this is the show for you. The show follows a couple of teams and drivers throughout the season. It gives a deep look into the struggles both the team and drivers experience.
It’s interesting because it helps you understand why certain teams are always winning verses other teams. There is a lot of money being spent on cars to get them to perform.
Give it a watch and let me know what you think.
This Autoart Nissan I picked up in a combined auction. It’s a rough ride for sure but it’s a fun little car. This car has hardly any traction once the power is sent to the back wheels.
Autoart cars capture the true beauty of the real thing. This Nissan the motor is in the front and it has an axle supplying the power to the back. You can see the details of the seat and dashboard.
It comes with front and rear lights.
Luxury feel describes the Scalextric Aston Martin. It’s not a racing machine but a car which will show the highest level of slot car manufacturing.
Driving this car is fairly quiet and it handles elegantly. The magnet positioning is very adequate thus helping it easily stay on the track.
Luxury has been pushed to the highest level; working lights in both the front and rear. It has the ability to take a DPR chip converting it to digital.Scalextric.com
Slot cars provide different outlets for many people. Some have them for fun while others have them only for display.
Me personally I have them for when I’ve had a tough day at work. Why do you have slot cars?
Scalextric AMG is built on a platform that allows for high performance. Sitting low to the ground is an advantage for this car. In true Scalextric fashion the ride is absolutely smooth.
The working front and rear lights add to the realism. A new car would include a wing, thus helping with the down force. This was a used buy that I found on ebay that the wing had broken off. Without the wing this car likes to break the backend loose on turns.
DPR capability is standard option with this car. You can purchase the DPR chip on Scalextric.com or on Amazon.