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interesting with the carrera reference regarding the sliding magnet - does not seem to be a problem for revell / monogram though...

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QUOTE (Race-Jan @ 21 Apr 2004, 21:28)a little background info: the 1950 Alfetta 158 Formula 1 car already had a top speed of 180 mph (or 290 km/h), engine was 1.5 liter supercharged pumping out 350 BHP...

that is 54 years ago folks...... not much changed in the speed department


Alfa Romeo GP 158 (1950-1951)

yes you are absolutely right - they were fabulously fast already a long time ago - but usually only straight forward... any curves would be taken - though dangerously fast for the time - considerably slower than todays formula one.. that is why they loved the banked curves so much - the cars preferred to go straight forward and were often more than willing to slide their way through the curves...

- ouch what does this logic say about the NASCAR cars....

ok ok just joking


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