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    I just picked up my second of these cars. This time the Ferrari 250 GTO LM/64. What I don't understand is why no slot car shops here in the USA carry the line. For approx. $65 they are a great deal and they are sweet handling slot cars. While mine's body is getting painted and decorated I substituted my Monogram Ferrari 275 LM roadster body which fits perfectly.

  • #2
    I agree- these are nice cars. Where did you find yours? Can you post a picture?

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    • #3
      I have one kit painted and put together for $70 in my for sale section if you want one.

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      • #4
        Pictures, as requested. Just a note. With these cars you get an adjustable chassis, set screw gear and all four hubs, commercial style guide, bronze bushings, 3/32 spacers and three motors, 16K, 21K and 26K rpm and finally three different nylon pinion gears.


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        • #5
          Thanks, Bob. Those are both great looking cars. The 250P has always been one of my favorites.

          The chassis reminds me of the Revell chassis back in the 60's.

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          • #6
            Here it is mounted with the Ferrari 250 GTO LM/64 body. It is quite a bit wider than the other Ferrari.


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            • #7
              Nice job


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              • #8
                You must realize that MRRC has been using the Monogram shells for many years. The vast majority of 1/32 racers seem to avoid using ALL metal frame cars, especially without magnets. The fiber slip-rail frame that Pro-track has made and the TSRF cars all work fine with magnets. The entire MRRC product line would be nice to buy to fit my older Revell and Monogram bodies. I need rolling chassis.

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                • #9
                  MRRC only has four cars with the metal chassis, many of the rest use the sebring chassis.

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                  • #10
                    I am curious as to why a metal chassis is avoided for no mag.?
                    Thanks ,
                    steve

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Isaiah53 View Post
                      I am curious as to why a metal chassis is avoided for no mag.?
                      Thanks ,
                      steve
                      I think it is not so much that they are avoided but more that not many 1/32 hard body slot cars come with metal chassis these days. This MRRC clubman kit comes with several options to suit most any set of rules that don't ban metal chassis.

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                      • #12
                        Still Hot after all these years

                        That Monogram 250 LM body is still great looking after all these years. Neat, with the MRRC chassis under it.


                        Man, a 250 LM would still stop traffic on the street today , even if folks had no idea as to what it was ...

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