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Team Lotus 49 - Pete Lovely

$46.49ITEM: C3707

Run to F1 rules and consisting of 50 laps, the 5th Race of Champions was held on 22nd March 1970 at the famous Brands Hatch circuit in Kent. Pete Lovely, behind the wheel of his Pete Lovely Volkswagen Inc. Lotus 49 started well and qualified in 12th position. However on this occasion success was not to be his, Lovely was involved in an accident on lap 12 and had to retire from the race.

Chevrolet Corvette Stingray L88

$46.99ITEM: C3726

Purpose built for competition, complete with 560-horsepower, the awe-inspiring Chevrolet Corvette L88 has brought the competition to its knees in both international and domestic GT racing from Sebring to Le Mans. The final year of production saw 116 L88’s buily one of which being the famous 1969 L88 convertible which is still the only COPO version in known existence. This iconic car was originally owned by Ricky Thompkins and has now been restored to its original racing spec, including livery.

• Easy Change Pick-Ups
• High Detail
• Magnatraction
• Working Rear Lights
• Xenon Effect Headlights

Legends Lotus 72 Gunston 1974 - Ian Scheckter

$53.99ITEM: C3833A

Team Gunston was a name used by Rhodesian racing driver John Love to enter his own cars in Formula One and sports car racing in South Africa between 1962 and 1975. He also entered cars under his own name, i.e. John Love. Commonly the vehicles were entered for Love himself, but he also provided cars for a number of other drivers during the period. In 1974 Team Gunston entered the South Africa GP held at Kyalami with drivers Ian Scheckter (Jody Scheckters elder brother) and Paddy Driver. After starting the race back in 22nd position Ian Scheckter managed to pull through the pack and after a few around him retired ended up finishing in 13th place

Team GT Lightning - Team GT Gulf

$24.99ITEM: C3840

WHEN THE GOING GETS TOUGH, OUR SCALEXTRIC SUPER RESISTANT SERIES IS MORE THAN UP TO THE CHALLENGE.

TECH SPECS
Scale: 1:32
Age Suitability: 3+

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Aston Martin Vantage GT3 - Oman Racing

$46.49ITEM: C3843

The Oman Racing Team is run by Kent-based squad Motorbase Performance. The first round of the Blancpain Endurance 2016 championship took place in Monza, Italy. The first race of the season is always one of the toughest but Oman Racing finished the race in 13th position out of 57 starters

Bentley Continental GT3 - Team HTP Red

$46.49ITEM: C3845

Bentley Team HTP scored another strong result in its second 24-hour race with the Bentley Continental GT3. At the 24 hours of Spa in Belgium, the premier endurance race for GT cars, the Bentley Team HTP-Bentley Continental GT3 of Harold Primat (CH), Vincent Abril (MC) and Mike Parisy (F) finished fifth in the Pro Class. As at the 24 hours Nürburgring in May, the HTP-Bentley was the best placed Bentley in the race. In the 67th running of the 24 hours of Spa, Primat/Abril/Parisy claimed the best result of a Bentley in the history of the race, which dates back to 1924.

BMW Z4 GT3, #17, 24h Nürburgring 2015

$46.49ITEM: C3847

With production starting in 2002 the rear wheel drive BMW Z4 follows in the tyre tracks of models such as the Z1, 507, Z8 and Z3. Winning Automobile Magazine "Design of the Year Award" in 2008 the first generation (02-08) were manufactured in South Carolina of BMW US with production of the second generation (09) moving to BMW’s German plant in Regensburg. Again, this second generation was recognised with the Red Dot Design Award in 2009.

Produced from 2010 to 2013 the homologated GT3 variant included an engine capacity increase from the standard six-cylinders to a 4.4-litre eight-cylinder unit delivering an impressive 508 bhp. As well as going to the gym the GT3 had been on strict diet with weight reducing to 1,200 kg from around 1,500 kg across the 4 models to ensure a competitive power to weight ratio come race day.

BMW Z4 GT3, AMD Tuning

$46.49ITEM: C3848

Rounds 3 and 4 of the British GT championship took place at Oulton Park. Lee Mowle and Joe Osborne took their BMW Z4 GT3 to very respectable 2nd place finish.

With production starting in 2002 the rear wheel drive BMW Z4 follows in the tyre tracks of models such as the Z1, 507, Z8 and Z3. Winning Automobile Magazine "Design of the Year Award" in 2008 the first generation (02-08) were manufactured in South Carolina of BMW US with production of the second generation (09) moving to BMW’s German plant in Regensburg. Again, this second generation was recognised with the Red Dot Design Award in 2009.

Produced from 2010 to 2013 the homologated GT3 variant included an engine capacity increase from the standard six-cylinders to a 4.4-litre eight-cylinder unit delivering an impressive 508 bhp. As well as going to the gym the GT3 had been on strict diet with weight reducing to 1,200 kg from around 1,500 kg across the 4 models to ensure a competitive power to weight ratio come race day.

Ford Sierra RS500, Bathurst 1988

$46.49ITEM: C3868

The 1988 Tooheys 1000 was a 1000 km endurance motor race for Group A Touring Cars. It was held on 2 October 1988 at the Mount Panorama Circuit just outside Bathurst in New South Wales, Australia. The race was the opening round of the 1988 Asia-Pacific Touring Car Championship and was the 29th running of the Bathurst 1000. Tony Longhurst and Tomas Mezera where driving there Benson & Hedges Racing Ford Sierra RS500 and qualified in 3rd position. The 1988 race was the only race in the history of the Bathurst 1000 to have commenced with a rolling start and that seemed to be a good omen for Longhurst and Mezera as they took first place, It was the first victory in the Bathurst 1000 for a turbocharged vehicle, and the first victory by a four-cylinder car since Bob Holden and Rauno Aaltonen won in a Morris Cooper S in 1966.

Ford Falcon XC, Allan Moffat 1979

$46.49ITEM: C3869

The 1979 Hardie-Ferodo 1000 was the 20th running of the Bathurst 1000 touring car race. It was held on September 30, 1979 at the Mount Panorama Circuit just outside Bathurst. Allan Moffat and John Fitzpatrick qualified in 4th position for the race, but unfortunately whilst in 2nd after 136 laps the car had reliability issues and the pair were forced to retire from the race

Ford Lotus Cortina 1965 ETCC 500km

$46.49ITEM: C3870

John Whitmore entered the European Touring Car Challenge at Snetterton knowing that a win would clinch the division 2 championship. It didn't look good at first with the Alfa Romeos being faster in practice but come race day and despite having to battle due to a slipping clutch, the leading Alfa was black flagged for having no rear lights handing first place to Whitmore.

Ford Falcon XW/XY GT-HO, Allan Moffat 1970

$46.49ITEM: C3872

The 1970 Hardie-Ferodo 500 was the twelfth running of the Bathurst 500 touring car race. It was held on 4 October 1970 at the Mount Panorama Circuit just outside Bathurst. The race was open to standard production sedans competing in five classes based on the purchase price of the vehicle (in Australian dollars). After qualifying in 1st Allan Moffat won his first Bathurst endurance race leading home Bruce McPhee in a one-two result for the Ford Works Team and their Ford Falcons. It was the fifth race victory for the factory team. Third, a lap behind the Fords, was Don Holland driving a Holden Torana.

Scalextric C3895 McLaren 720S Azores Orange Slot Car 1/32

$39.99ITEM: C3895

This is the Scalextric McLaren 720S Azores Orange 1/32 scale analog slot car.  This car features: high detail, xenon effect headlights, working rear lights, easy change pick-ups, magnatractions, DPR (digital plug ready).  This slot car also will work on all analog (non digital) 1/32 scale tracks like, ninco, SCX, scalextric, carrera and others.

Porsche 962 IMSA No.14 24hr Daytona 1988

$60.99ITEM: SICA25E

The Porsche 962 is a sport-prototype racing car created to replace the already successful Porsche 956, in order to allow it to race the IMSA and WSC Group C competitions. It was one of the most successful racing cars ever and it won several competitions all over the world: - World Sport-Prototype Championship in 1985 and 1986 - 24h Le Mans in 1986, 1987 and 1994 - IMSA GTP Championship in 1985, 1986, 1987 and 1988 - 24h Daytona in 1985, 1986, 1987, 1989 and 1991 - 12h Sebring in 1985, 1986, 1987 and 1988 The IMSA 'GTP' regulations required some modifications in comparison with Porsches designed for the Group C.

Front axle was shifted 12 centimetres ahead, so that driver's feet could stay behind the hubs of the wheels. The boxer 6 cylinders engine had a displacement of 3.2 litres, was air-cooled, with only one turbo, 2 valves per cylinder and one single overhead camshaft. This car, driven by Derek Bell, Al Holbert and Chip Robinson, entered the 1998 edition of the 24 hours of Daytona, painted in the famous colours of the beer factory from Milwaukee.