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I have bought the "TERGAL" one but I have mixed feelings. I had troubles also mounting/dismounting the model with the body that "moves" under the chassis when I try to put the scews, and no so perfect paint ( my example ).

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Best looking one yet. Unfortunately, I have cast my GT-40 lot with Scalextric (and satisfied with the quality and performance). I have every sport model released so far. Not going to mix them up now. Sorry Fly, too late for me.
 

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Nice looking car....I could be tempted.....

No No fight it...it will pass....

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I tried the #9 Fly GT40 (thanks to a very gracious Gene over at slotcarplace) and I loved the Fly version. It is smoother and faster then the Scalextric, with and without magnets.

I really like the look of this one, but hope the quality is better than the picture shows.. look at the drivers side headlight cover
 

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Simon Moss (Undisputed #1 Racer Fan)
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The Yellow GT40 in question is catalogue #A761, which appears to be replacing the previous white/black car pictured on the December flyer.


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Now I might be overstepping the mark here but I haven't come across any fly cars that are smoother than a scaley car, and the GT40 is one of the fastest and smoothest.
 

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First pic of the Mk2 I have seen, well excluding the B.McLaren edition - you couldn't see the car!

I like it, the first version has grown on me, initialy disappointed with the paintwork and overall finish. However, the shape whether right/wrong - I don't mind, as it's a slot car and it resembles a GT40 pretty well and anyway, purchased both types from Scalextric & Fly so the above argument is now a mute point *hoorah* or, a rather expensive cop out.


Yours (undecidely) Jamie.
 
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