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I`ve been collecting long enough to know which cars are rare but my question is more personal. Which car are you searching for that perhaps the guys here can help you find. So what have you been trying to add to your collection but just cannot pin one down?

For me it`s the older SCX 6 wheeled Tyrell, boxed and mint. I see a few at swapmeets etc but I want one in mint condition. I saw one at Seans a couple of years ago for £85 and didn`t get it, fool that I am. What about you guys? Anyone rich enough to be seeking that Scalextric blue Bugatti or an Auto Union
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I ve got the red Mustang and white Ford GT recently in a set. MFloray call them American Classics?I thought they were A Jets I like them. They later were release in kit form as K&B.
My holy grail is finding anything thats not on EBay. The one I cannot afford is the Cox Gurney Ford. On a newer car the Racer P4 Ferrari also too expensive. I too have fallen in the "Fly trap" And will not go there again. Just finding a old car that can be restored ;at a reasonable price is my holy grail!
Hi Matt.
I thought that Ajets(American Jets?)were Aurora's attempt to introduce 1/32 home racing. The set that the cars came with is called American Classics Road Racing set. The K&B cars that came after had the Challenger motor and were produced as kits and ready to run (with extra cars like the BRM Rover turbine added to the range) at a much higher price.
The wheel spanner that came with this set even had both Aurora and K&B stamped on it.
The instruction booklet states 'Ajet Aurora manual'. Not trying to be a smart alec just curious as to the name American Classics?
Regards Allan
Is that red Lola GT MKIII painted by the same person as the P4 (we cannot identify)? They look similar in colour and spray.
Regards Allan
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