I will agree with Tim, and lets not forget that if it was not for Fly, slot cars would look like crap today.
They did set the standard of great looking cars in the past.
If you are running mags they are easily tuned, but if you are a purist on wood they will be a challenge.
I have to say I love my Fly's and the Vipers that they made and all the other cool rides.
Have to say I could go on for ever.
From A to Z they offered a great range of great models and now the guys on the top are picking up the rides like Capri's and Porch 911 GT'S.
They did it in the mid 2005 and up, and the companies that we praise as gods today where parts guys at that time.
So now you go out and pay the same thing for a NSR, and back in the day you would have bought the premium parts and you would have a great running car.
Sure back in time you would ***** about paying 60$ or more for a Fly.
Now you are paying at least 100$ and up if you can't find a deal on a NSR.
Sure you can get a NSR today for around 70$ if you got the connection?
The Company that has been most fair to us home racers has been Slotit they have kept their prices in a fair state while they have been pushing their envelope forward to catch NSR.
So what do I make out of this?
Do what ever you like ..... have fun racing slots.
Sure guys from the 1:24 has come along on this site like Tim and Barnster that did not have a clue what happen back in the day.
Dennis S has always been part of 1:32.