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  • Elf / Ford C-800 1:32 Race Transporter Kit - The Perfect Track Addition!

    Recently converted an "ENTEX Elf / Ford Transporter 1:32 Kit" to a functioning slot car / truck.
    Runs great...Looks outstanding on the track!

    I've listed an "ENTEX Ferrari Transporter 1:32 Kit" in the For Sale section....another outstanding addition
    to your Track, Pit area or Paddock.

    With Winter coming, this is a great project while the snow flies and the winds howl.

    PM me with any questions - Mark


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    ...and here's ENTEX's 1:32 "Martini-Porsche Ford Tractor-Trailer Transporter".

    This is the third 1:32 Transporter Kit they offered. There was a C-800 Ford Van "Easy Rider" variant, but basically the same as the above posted Elf Transporter.

    Sooooo much potential.

    (PS: This one is for sale as well. PM me with questions...)


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    • #3
      That is fantastic, I assume you used a Fly type truck setup as the underpinnings?

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      • #4
        Actually, I just converted / modified (where needed) the existing Kit's Chassis.

        Used an "Avant Slots" Motor / Axle Mount and fabricated my own Guide Flag Mount.

        Took a couple easy days of cutting, fitting and fabricating...making "modifications-to-modifications" as I figured out better ways to do things.

        Took my time. Good fun.


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          I didn't realize you were in Michigan. Is this routed track the old one at Cloverleaf Raceway in Highland?
          Randy

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          • #6
            Yup.
            That photo is from Spring 2019 on the original wood track Mike /Dave built....which they replaced with a different wood track earlier this year (February). Reconfigured both plastic and wood tracks in store.....
            Last edited by Silberpfeil; October 31, 2020, 10:13 PM.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Silberpfeil View Post
              Yup.
              That photo is from Spring 2019 on the original wood track Mike /Dave built....which they replaced with a different wood track earlier this year (February). Reconfigured both plastic and wood tracks in store.....
              Thought I recognized it
              That truck turned out nice,
              Randy

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              • #8
                Thanks!

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