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SLOT L. C. S - Ferrari Testarosa

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Spain, September 2011.

- SLOT L. C. S. It is a project recently created with an aim to provide hand finished cars with quality assembly.

- The first model available is the Ferrari Testarosa 1984, manufactured in resin 1/32 Scale limited edition of 300 units, each model is manufactured ready to run (RTR).

- To check availability, see the SLOT L. C. S. website and contact them by e-mail.

- The price model completely finished as ready to run (RTR), will be priced at 160€ Euros + postage shipping and may be ordered through the Web page and by contacting via e-mail.

- Concerning the future models, SLOT L. C. S. plan several sports cars of different brands will be mainly road cars from the 1980s.


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I thought that was a demo attempt, looks very rough. Also at the price it needs to be perfect. I love the car, shame its not simply made in plastic for the typical racer to but (hint hint Carrera)

Hmm, actually I thought Carrera had the rights to all Ferrari Models at the mo, maybe I miss read that somewhere.
Has anyone actually looked at the website, its even worse than the car, it also states that the car comes with a 36k motor which I would think is a little high for most racers (I may be wrong but I can't keep a 30k on the track)
I don't remember the terrarossa having two wing mirrors, I'm probably wrong as my memory is fading.
They say there is no such thing as bad publicity, I think they were wrong.

The more I look at this car the worse it looks
It has indeed vanished, it could be down for an upgrade due to the amount of people trying to place an order ;-)
Also, a side note (not that I think it will change peoples intention on buying the car) the motor stated is a 36K scaleauto yet the picture shows a Ninco 1.

I would love to know if anyone is considering buying one, He does state its limited to just 300 ;-)
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