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Scalextric C3133 Caterham R500

Product code: CB6736
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History The first Seven was built in 1957 by Lotus, the brainchild of Colin Chapman, who was convinced of the advantages of small lightweight racing cars, giving huge power to weight benefits. He actually referred to the Seven as something he had dreamed of designing since he was a schoolboy - a 'four wheeled motorbike'. The quickest Caterham - the R500, introduced in 1999, has a 0-60 time of 3.4 seconds and a top speed of 146 mph. The Scalextric model The Caterham and Lotus 7 has always been popular within the Scalextric stable with nineteen livery options. With these little pocket rockets still in great demand we thought it time to bring two more liveries back to the range. The Scalextric livery is based on the car used by the Rizla-Suzuki British Superbike team as part of its launch programme for the new flagship Seven Superlight R500 evolution. Features High Detail Easy Change Pick-Ups Magnatraction™ System Configuration MotorMabuchi SP; 18k rpm; Gear ratio 9:27ChassisFront Mounted Inline; Rear 2 wheel driveMagnetRectangular 2.5 mmOverall lengthTBC mmWheelbaseTBC mmAxle/Hub width54 mm Front; 56 mm RearTyre diameter/width21(ext), 14(int) x 8 mm Front; 22(ext), 14(int) x 10 mm RearWeightCar 57 gmScale1/32
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