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slot car

n.
An electric toy racing car that fits into a slotted track and is controlled by a rheostat held by the operator.
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This weekend's festival will include live bands, the Morgan Sports Car Club, wood carving artists, Wirral Slotcar Racing, Cheshire Falconry, Parkgate Pony Sanctuary, The Sheep Show, a photo booth, plus a range of stalls from food and drink to arts and crafts and jewellery.
From 1967-1982 the it produced a slotcar system called Marklin Sprint and numerous other toys.
So, is this improper industrialization referencing future moves or is Tony Vitello scoring slotcar stock from the Tom Thumb Hobby vaults?
If you are interested in model railways, slotcar racing or old collectible toys, this shop
Hornby's new models include a 1930s-style Black 5 steam locomotive and the launch of a sporty slotcar range pushed export sales of Scalextric up by 25pc.
The 'Lewis Hamilton effect' helped boost sales of Hornby's range of Scalextric slotcar and digital Formula 1 racing car sets by 23 per cent last year - and with the driver currently leading this year's F1 championships, the group is confident it will see demand build ahead of the all-important Christmas selling season.
It's free to get in and then you just pay for what you want to go on, which includes body zorbing, slotcars, a treetops trail, karting, pistol shooting and archery, to name but a few.
Auctioneer Chris Aston said: "The slotcars were purchased by the vendor from an auction of bankrupt shop stock in the 1970s for about pounds 40.
Now there's six left standing - Edinburgh bands Corca, The Sound Divide and Frushane, and Glasgow's Shine, Hillcoats and SlotCars. Organisers Kathrin Mackenzie, of Edinburgh, and business partner Chris Moore, of Glasgow, set the event up to promote new talent.