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  1. HO scale
    Hello again, I’m planning a track for my basement, fixed to a table with approximately 3,15m x 1,00m. It’s mainly for MT and faster. As I want to race with my soon-to-be six year old son, his friends and their dads it’s supposed to be rather easy to handle on low voltages. The bridge will...
  2. HO scale
    For those of us who run Tyco US-1 Trucks, the 'Achilles Heel' of the range are the gears. Not the quality brown ones the sets first appeared with, but the cheaper white nylon ones the range switched to soon after introduction. These have a tendency to crack, which can at best result in a...
  3. HO scale
    Hi. I'm brand new to HO slot cars, in a way. My parents found the track I has as a kid. It has been in an attic for ~20 years. I am surprised by the quality of plastic used for the track. I have all the pieces to the track, but the picture below shows I'm missing 1. It was fun piecing it...
  4. Vintage & Collector's corner
    Dear All, My interest in slot cars is mainly to use them as roadways. I started off with Minic, which I exhibited with Tri-ang Railways for manny years. Along the way I got into Playcraft Highways, then Aurora, Faller AMS, Bauer, Tyco US-1 Trucking and finally my wife bought me a Life-Like High...
  5. THORL - The HO Racing League.
    March 5th sees Round 5 of the THORL 2016/17 season. SCHORC (South Cambridge HO Racing Club) are the host, at their club location in the Village of Yelling, Nr St Neots in Cambridgeshire. All are welcome to come and join us. All equipment and cars are available to borrow in any of the 4 classes...
  6. Clubs
    H:O is a lot more advanced than some of you may think. EAHORC holds meetings in Canvey Island & Billericay in Essex, and Norton, Suffolk. The Club ,started in April 2002, was set up with the aim of running H:O scaled slot-cars on a mixture of Tomy track, Lupico/Esposito AFX track & modified...
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