Scalextric Ford Sierra Cosworth RS500 No.9, James Hardie 1000 Bathurst 1988.
The 1988 Bathurst 1000 was a memorable race for many reasons. Not least was the outstanding performance of Klaus Niedzwiedz to put the ANZ Sierra on top in the Toohey’s Dozen run off, ahead of the favourite and eventual racer winner Tony Longhurst. Sadly, the number 9 Sierra failed to finish the race, but the pace of the shootout lap, with the Sierra spitting flames across the top of the mountain as it danced down past skyline lives on.
The Ford Sierra RS500 comes in display case and supplied with spare pick-up braids.
Slot.it compatible wheels!
New Scalextric wheel size makes it possible to fit Slot.it tyres. Changing your tyres has never been easier.
increased depth guide blade which increases the car’s ability to stay in the slot, resulting in better handling.
FREE PCR Chassis
The PCR chassis allows racers to install and run performance parts from Slot.it. Slot racers can quickly and easily install a variety of new motors as well as uprated gears and wheels to create the ultimate Scalextric car.
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