Your point being... too narrow? Too tippy? Well, with the full metal chassis I'd contemplate a Revo Escort, and I don't even like Fords.🤷♂️I look at my Fly Alfa GTA and go yep I can see that in a Revoslot 1/32 - but my Scaley and SCX Escort are small narrow cars.
Possibly or maybe too wide and thus out of scale - that will get everyone talkingYour point being... too narrow? Too tippy? Well, with the full metal chassis I'd contemplate a Revo Escort, and I don't even like Fords.🤷♂️
The SRC Peugeot is wildly over-scale. The Scalextric one is accurately sized and it fits inside the SRC! Ditto the Porsche 914. The Capri isn't as extreme but the wide body version is the one modelled - even if the liveries generally aren't!i have the src 2600 capri , peugeot 206 t16 , and porsche 914 and yes they are smaller than others ,but not what you would call hugely smaller ,just right in my eyes ,so im expecting the alfa will fit in nicely thank you very much
Tools for the BRMs are the same as for the RevoslotsI don’t have any of the 1/24 cars that have been released by BRM and TTS because I feel it’s a whole change of game(new tools, etc), so the releasing of 1:32 cars is nice for me.
just measured the car and yes one of the perimeters is oversize but two and spot on for scaleThe SRC Peugeot is wildly over-scale. The Scalextric one is accurately sized and it fits inside the SRC! Ditto the Porsche 914. The Capri isn't as extreme but the wide body version is the one modelled - even if the liveries generally aren't!
Narrow cars aren't a bad thing per se, it's more about the manufacturer. SCX Escorts are really easy to drive right on the limit because they have a decent chassis, lightweight interior and a sensible motor. Scalextric's classic VW Beetles and Mini-Coopers are horrible because they've got the on/off FF motor and a full interior in a chassis with no scope for handling. Even with a magnet they are impossible. In comparison, the Pink Kar Beetle is a much nicer car to drive, easy to tune and faster over a lap.
I'm certainly here for the black Alfa. I don't have a Revoslot yet and the mid-1990s cars haven't done it for me. This might be the clincher.
I hadn’t considered the availability of these models in older releases, but of course the Revo versions should be better so I’ll get them😀(anyway I have not any of the Fly/Spririt cars hehehe)I’d pick up both a 1/32 Alfa and BMW 2002 as the price for the Fly and Spirit versions are through the roof, I wouldn’t drive either of them due to the entry cost nor modify them only to be behind other cars still. So YESS Please Revoslot
maybe do a platform that you can raise to the ceiling and have it full of cars and just lower it when you wont to run them ,and if it only has a few cars on it to start with , when it is raised .....out of site ,out of mind ,and you wont have an impulse to buy more cars to fill it ha ha ha ha ha