PowertrackNEWS        Nov 2017

2018 Date for diary!

 To be confirmed expected May 2018. National Slot car Exhibition/slot car festival where we will have a powertrack stand/display.  
Link for 2017 show:
http://thorl.weebly.com/schedule-201617-season.html
It shows map etc. I think some will be travelling from great distance!

https://www.facebook.com/groups/matchboxpowertrack/

FOUND : Ex Lesney Factory, Rochford....Lanechanger and spares.  Also later type race and chase controllers with black switch. Found in a PP2000 set

 

PARTS update:
We now have a good soft grade silcon tyre in black. 

Designs and manufacture lined up for pickups in std 6v and wide type 18v

 

18v Collection withot elusive Red Saab
18v Collection withot elusive Red Saab

My Matchbox

I got my first Powertrack set (In fact a Lemans 4000) when I was 9 years old. It was a christmas present and my parents still to this day say it was the best present I ever had! I've been mad about the cars ever since. I bought the 54 BMW and the green 911 Porsche with my pocket money just after my 10th birthday!

 

I was ill during March and April last year and decided to relive my childhood and look up more about 'Powertrack' 


I hope you enjoy my current projects.

My Pair of Corvettes

 

Do you recognise these cars, I found them at an auction near to my home about a year ago. They are based on white corvettes, stripped and professionally painted, pinstripes added. Lights and exhaust painted.

If you know any info about these, I would love to get in contact with the creator.

 

They are amazing. Hope you like them.

 

 

My Unusual Cars

 

  • Green Porsche with eyes!
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  • White solid wheeled light blue/orange porsche 5
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  • White solid wheeled corvette 4 
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  • Grey solid wheeled corvette 4
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  • Prototype orange ford
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  • Prototye light green TR7
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  • Prototype pure white VW
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  • Red Ford with chequered roof
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  • Porsche 936 LeMans car early, no black sills different aerofoil livery

 

 

 

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