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Nobby Berkshire
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Personally, I think George's cars have more body detail and fine attention to craft as faithful scale reproductions as basic castings than Racer and all the other manufacturers around them. They are worth far more in terms of quality and design than he charges.

George's resin chassis are absolutely fine. There's no need to change them or fit other parts. I urge you to ty the chassis before you throw a bomb of $$$ to buy in parts that you are hoping will be any better.

As with all resin chassis, the material is too soft to hold axle bearings for long. All you have to do is fit vertical rods 'Scalextric style' from the interior body to hold the bearings in place. In some models you'll also find the guide shaft is a little delicate, so just open it a little and glue in a reinforcing ring of more durable material.
 
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