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Here is a rather rare 1/24th scale Policar 300 SP set made in 1967. I got the set without the cars but I had the correct cars already. The set never came with a transformer. It is a huge box and not in the greatest shape. But it is a important set to have for the museum. I have not seen one so there can't be many out there.
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Nice one Bernard.

Do you know if Policar made other sets with 1/24 vac-formed cars?

The one with the hard-body Dino and Alfa seems relatively common (but only relatively), but not this one...

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Great set! The controller handles look like K&B clones and one has to look twice to the track sections to make sure that they are not Revell stuff!
 

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Very nice track. Very different from the rest of the (old) Policar/Polistil stuffs.
That's the "Vintage Track" at our club:

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Only 1/24 vintage cars allowed!
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Wow, nice looking track.

How long is it, and where in Italy are you located? Also, is the slot in the 1/24 Policar track deep enough for normal guides?

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It's about 20mt long and it's located in Rezzato in BresciaCorseSlot Club ( http://www.bresciacorseslot.it )

The slot is more than 8mm deep BUT, since the space between rails are really wide, 1/24 guides are ok, but "normal guides" for 1/32 cars are sometimes unsuitable. The closest match guide/track are Carrera cars (guide) and the NEW Thunderslot guide for carrera/wooden track.

@SAMPSON: Good catch.

It's a quite rare track with a slight different math/geometry compared to the well known Polistil track of the 70's. It seems made for clubs instead for home use. There are also banked curves.
 
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