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Post  TopBannana on Tue Aug 04, 2015 8:01 pm

Has anyone actually took a 1/24th scale slotcar, a cox engine and mount it on?
I made a slot car chassis from an aluminum sheet
But i never got bearings, axle, wheels etc....
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Post  Marleysky on Tue Aug 04, 2015 9:17 pm

I'm Terrible at fractions,  1/24   1/32  2/3rd? SIze?    do you mean the small little indoor slot cars or are you looking a the Larger Gas powered cars like theses:

If I remember correctly, Cox at one point did manufacture a "outdoor"  slot track for the 049 powered cars to race on  ( one on Ebay went for Big bucks)  I'm SURE you could install an engine on the frame you made. There is a National Association that makes  Pulling Tractors with 049 power plants!  Check this out:

On a quick google search, 1/24th seems a bit small, but it is BIGGER the the other sizes shown:

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Post  robot797 on Tue Aug 04, 2015 11:46 pm

i almost bought one once via e-bay

it was powerd by a 010 engine
and i guess it was something somone did build themself
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