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In 1967 and through 1970, the guides "to have" were the Cox "Quick-Change", the Dynamic "Quick-Change" (both with braid clips) and the one that simply took over by 1969, the SimCo "Jet Flag".
There were plenty of others on the market but none was as effective and none other was used by serious racers.
Meanwhile in the Midwest where the really fast 1/32 scale guys were, the fixed pin-style guide was not only king but imperial. Those guys would not even consider a moving guide! On a 1/32 scale narrow-nose car, it makes all the sense in the world since a conventional guide requires trimming of the body sides, that is a very inelegant way to proceed...
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