Nothing too fancy.
I started with BWA brackets, Slot Car Corner wheels, the new rounded Super tires on rear, Scaley Minis on the front(Ninco Classics fit these wheels). They are powered by Dr V's old motors. We are starting a new series and will be trying the Scaley red thin cans as a most likely motor. Gearing to be determined as well. Right now one is running an 8 tooth pinion and the other a 9. They actually run close together. The 9 tooth being a bit slower is faster through the turns. Tires are great on wood. I have a new set of the rounded Supers on my new Slot.It Gulf Porsche as well.
I tried various adhesives to glue the two body halves together. Finally used automotive fibreglass repair kit I had.
Only thing we found that was or should have been a deterrent is the cost. Buying all the bits separately is expensive. Almost NSR range and well beyond a nice Slot.It. But why leave the money to the kids right?
A few more pics