I have a small-ish wood track to sell, local pickup only of course. It is 2 lanes, approximately 54' lane length (equal), braided (not magnetic), and painted with flat grey latex. Urethane tires work great. A good lap is between 6 and 7 seconds. Outside corners have 5" swing space, inside is 3", lane spacing is 4". There are no squeezes. I went with two lanes and 4" spacing because I'm usually racing alone anyways and wanted to be able to run 1/24 cars without too much banging.
The track comes apart in 3 easy sections, and one 4th not quite so easy section, but necessary to get it out of my basement. It's 3/8" MDF, on a frame of 1" x 3" that sits on four stands that are essentially large sawhorses. These knock down without tools. Total space needed for the track alone is 8' x 15' but you'll need space for marshalling too.
$500.00 takes it, which is less than I paid for the materials. Cars, power supply and throttles are not included, but I do have a nearly finished extension (not braided yet) that I can include, that adds another 6' of run and 3' of layout length.
The track is located in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada. Contact me by email if interested at piscione at sympatico dot ca.
Van, thanks! Oiler, it is smooth and fun to use, I'm happy with it. I need the space temporarily to move a few things around in the house and haven't had much time for racing lately anyways. I'm hoping to build another track sometime this year or next, when things settle down a bit. Do "things" ever settle down 'though?