As far as I know, Slot Classic has never made an Auto Union, or any other open-wheeled car for that matter. If you are not averse to building your own, Mac Pinches offers nice resin body kits of both the "C" and "D" versions. Also, I believe Revell has issued a well-detailed injection-molded static kit.
Slot Classic made a few Auto Union rail cars for one of Jeff Davies rail car meetings a couple of years ago, I am sure this is the one that Richard is talking about.
I daresay that Jeff will give a lot more info as soon as he sees this topic
Phil & mp: Yes, I didn´t knew that they had made this car either, but when I searched the forum I read about this model, but I have never seen it so it would be nice with some pictures. I guess that it´s very hard to get one today...
About Mac Pinches... Will chassis include or which chassis will fit the kit?
"About Mac Pinches... Will chassis include or which chassis will fit the kit?"
Check out Mark Gussin's website for pictures of Mac's offerings. Although chassis are not listed on the site, I believe Mac offers a steel version that wil fit most of his bodies. Of course, you can also scratchbuild a chassis using a few bits of brass, wood, plastic etc. I'm sure you could turn up several threads on the subject by using the SF search function.
hi Rokkoko666, let me have your e-mail address then i can mail you pics of A-U,s plus chassis pics, or look on Mark Gussin,s site= mgussin.freeuk.com.steel chassis can be obtained from ABslotsport, this is a first rate chassis with 6 different wheelbases. mac p
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