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I loved the Scaley version. That and the Williams were a major step up in performance and build quality and I got a lot of pleasure from racing them. Happy days.

I`m not going to judge by the Photo I`ll wait til I can hold it.
 

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Shocking, as if the gold leaf Lotus wasnt bad enough.

Seems the only hope for any remotely decent "modern" classic F1 will be the Coches Miticos Brabham and Ferrari....
has it really come to this !!

I can only hope that Scaley build on the success of their recent 50's classics and expand into 60's, 70's, 80's era.
 

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Very fair minded of you, Johnny!
Me- I'm a grumpy old man fuelled by a lifetime's bottled up rage and prejudice.
But maybe it WILL be 1/32nd scale with a simple, efficient and uncomplicated drivetrain, reliable and accurately detailed. Come to think- they don't have a lot of livery variants to churn out with this one, do they?
Must dash- late for my yogic meditation and anti-stress therapist.
 

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I think the real question is are they still in business?

I hope so because the blind tool and pattern makers they employ will struggle to get a job elsewhere in the slot car business
 

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Scott, Scott, Scott-
Funny but cruel! Cruel but very, very funny!
I hear their chief quality control bloke is called Tommy. Had a brief career in Pinball many years ago.
And per-lease, no Ray Charles jokes.... give the man some respect.
 
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