Advert Description

I discovered this box of Scalextrix track and accessories at the back of my mum's garage recently. Not sure if I have got the correct references for the track pieces but I have listed the items found below and which I hope is of help?

“The track sections do have rust and have been stored away for quite some time and the track does have rust and so will need some cleaning/attention. Two of the plastic barriers have a couple of clips which have split though they will still attach to the side of the track. The original printed cardboard Scalextrix Bridge is split to one corner and does show clear signs of wear.”

2 x C178 (straight run with moulded side banks at the centre part to each side of track) 35.9 cm
11 x C160 (straight run, 1 with start line, 1 with chequer finish area) 34.9 cm
4 x C159 (short straight, 1 with Yellow Arrows & chequer pattern) 17.5 cm
6 x C187 (Corner piece) Outer curve 32.3 cm, inner curve 25.6 cm
6 x C151 (Corner Piece) Outer curve 26 cm, inner curve 19.9 cm
4 x C154 (Corner Piece) Outer curve 13 cm, inner curve 9.9 cm
1 x C156 (Corner piece) Outer curve 27.5 cm, inner curve 15.3 cm
4 x C182 (Crossover sections) 35.8 cm
1 x Original Printed Scalextrix Card Bridge (some damage but still functional)
1 x Plastic Flag Pole with Scalextrix Flag & two Orange Bollards.
4 x 35 cm long White plastic track edge barriers
5 x 18 cm long solid White plastic track edge barriers
1 x Plastic Hay Bale

Additional Information

Advert Type
Private Advert
Era
1960s

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