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Both had minor flaws vintage batman slot car windshield, missing chrome stickers but still were in high demand.
I think only twelve exist in the box.
Did this break a record for slot car prices?
A friend told me it moved so slow it could not climb a slanted curve, which I guess low demand made it rare.
I like the box graphics a lot.
The prices recently realized appear to be twice current market value, probably due to two guys doubling their bids in an attempt to make sure of getting it.
Very common on ePay and other non-live auctions.
The car was in fact plenty fast, assuming link someone did not adjust the gears so tight that they could hardly move!
The motor was powerful and the speeds reached would embarrass just about any and all modern plastic slot cars.
The reasons why there are so few are quite simple: 1 As with the "Green Hornet", the original "Batman" TV series was cancelled just about when the slot car was produced.
So VERY FEW actually left the works.
Production costs exceeded possible profit.
It went to Japan in 1998.
If that one isn't fast it because like PdL said the gears are too tight or it has thrown a winding.
You may have looked at them, but you did not see them.
They are the wind that blows newspapers down a gutter on a windy night -- and sweeps the gutter clean.
I will have to tell my friend.
He took his to a racetrack a few years ago and it drew a crowd.
But he said it was so slow.
So maybe the problem was they had to be adjusted out of the box.
Also the one picture beautiful!
Now did dealers apply the decals and stripes before they sold them?
The Batmobile was delivered to dealers with the decals and a roll of pinstripes unapplied and a protective cardboard sleeve stamped "Batmobile" with an ID number.
The Batmobile was delivered to dealers with the decals and a roll of pinstripes unapplied and a protective cardboard sleeve stamped "Batmobile" with an ID number.
These sleeves are even harder to find than a boxed car!
If your friend has one, it is a real prize and increases the value of the toy.
I told my friend about it and he replied Frank, Interesting, but I totally disagree with him.
I remember when they came out that they were very slow, almost like they were too heavy, and the Cortina brakes didn't work properly and slowed them down as well.
Of course, that was 42 years ago, but it's funny how I remember it like it was yesterday.
I also think he is mistaken about assembling the light as I remember it came already assembled.
And that was another reason it was slow.
The light was a "grain of wheat" bulb no LEDs back then!
The guys who were racing the Batmobiles that the other guy remembers probably "souped them up" somehow.
I just remember how everyone at the track used to make fun of it and say how slow it was.
I don't think mine was dragging because of the gears being too tight, but I didn't make any adjustment on it.
I think it used a Mabuchi motor, which was a very fast motor at the time.
I vintage batman slot car think the combination of the brakes and the light slowed it down a lot.
Mine would not make a banked turn because it was too slow.
BTW, that's a pretty cool site.
I wonder if they ever heard of my Sonic Needle slot car in Flaming Orange!
You may have looked at them, but you did not see them.
They are the wind that blows newspapers down a gutter on a windy night -- and sweeps the gutter clean.
We've run the Hellcat a lot in the Blue Monster and it's got decent, but not earth-shattering speed.
But it was surely enough to get around a bank, unless the tires were totally wrong for the track, or the brake was locking up, as mentioned earlier.
Depending on when the car was bought, it may just have seemed very slow compared to the better scratchbuild cars around the local raceway, especially if there were some good local rewinders!
Don PS: The price sounds more like a Batman collectible than a slot car collectible.
I think the Batmobile owner misunderstoop P's point.
The car was an RTR, but the way he read the post, I think P was talking about vintage batman slot car cost of assembling it at the "factory".
The sad part is that these cars have become valuable, too valuable for a vintage race.
And race cars should be raced, even the bad ones.
Maybe his was slow because it needed adjustment out of the box.
Has anyone here personally owned and raced one fast out of the box?
Mikey My friend replied: Frank, OK, my https://davpon.ru/batman/free-batman-games-download-for-android.html on the type of engine.
Mabuchi was the "buzz word" back vintage batman slot car, and I just assumed it made the Hellcat for the Batmobile.
They were all black if I remember right.
According to PdL, they were a model train motor, adapted to racing.
Both the Hellcat and the Mabuchi FT36 are hefty mills, and it is difficult to build a car that will not 'tip" when cornering at the limit.
Has anyone here personally owned and raced one fast out of the box?
The motor was powerful and the speeds reached would embarrass just about any and all modern plastic slot carsHi TSR, Did you see it race in 1966?
Was it fast without alterations?
Tom Graham's Aurora slot car book said its train motor was slow.
Maybe some motors were lemons or a malfunction in the Cortina brakes?
I drove a Mako not too long ago and it was just fine.
The rarity of the Batmobile has nothing to do with its speed but with the period of time it was produced, when the whole industry was effectively collapsing.
By the time these came out in 1966, the can motors were already well established, and they were often being rewound and hopped up in other ways.
None of the commercially-made slot cars could compete with a good scratchbuilt anyway, so often looked slow in comparison.
By the time the "last" RTRs came out, no one was interested as he public was purchasing bits and making their own cars vintage batman slot car were so much more efficient at a lower cost than those offered by the traditional toy makers.
But the business as a whole went down the drain as there was no longer any support and promotion fom larger manufacturers.
Making it the more interesting for us collectors as we discover, one per one, the hidden treasures of these last few months, like this little nugget: don.
Tom's book is very good, but the question is a little more complicated than that, as vintage batman slot car pointed out.
It's hard to single out a reason why it had poor sales, but they probably just overrated the market for novelty items like these - a kid who wanted a flashy car would probably buy some futuristic Classic Thingie, instead of a Batmobile, which probably already seemed a little dated by the time it came out I seem to remember the show was a huge hit the first year, but quickly slowed down, since it was really a novelty act - I loved the show, but would never have bought the car!
And it probably was a poor racer in the curves, just from being too high, with a bulky body.
A manufacturer used whatever components made economic and marketing sense.
A lot of manufacturers mis-estimated a lot of things, but it's not always easy to predict sales.
Tom Graham is speculating here.
I talked to John Brodbeck years ago and the truth is simply a lack of demand and a quick pullout from slot car manufacturing shortly after these last two models were issued.
No need to complicate matters.
IT DOES RUN, IS IN DECENT SHAPE.
I HAVENT HAD IT ON THE TRACK YET.
DON'T KNOW IF I WOULD PUT IT ON ONE Vintage batman slot car />THE BODY HAS ONE CRACK IN A CORNER, MISSING A BODY PIN.
NO BOX OR DECALS.
MY QUESTION IS HOW DID YOU COME UP WITH A GUESTIMATE.
As an example, the same 3-4 vintage batman slot car have been changing hand over on E-Pay for the past 15 years.
We know of very few collectors with one.
There are very few out there in decent shape, but there are a few.
By "body pin", I assume that you are talking about the black steel clip that holds the body through two holes on each side?
If the car is damaged, there is no harm to play with it, but even amaged it is quite valuable, so if I were you I would play with something else, try to get the ar back to near pristine condition through a restoration process and hunt for the clear plastic box and replacement inner packing.
IT DOES RUN, IS IN DECENT SHAPE.
I HAVENT HAD IT ON THE TRACK YET.
I think you should run it on a track once to see it's speed and the Cortina brake.
It really won't lose value because it's already been played with and is missing the box.

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Both had minor flaws broken windshield, missing chrome stickers but still were in high demand.
I think only twelve exist in the box.
Did this break a record for slot car prices?
A friend told me it moved so slow it could not climb a slanted curve, which I guess low demand made it rare.
I like the box graphics a lot.
The prices recently realized appear to be twice current market value, probably due to two guys doubling their bids in an attempt to make sure of getting it.
Very common on ePay and other non-live auctions.
The car was in fact plenty fast, assuming that someone did not adjust the gears so tight that they could hardly move!
The motor was powerful and the speeds reached would embarrass just about any and all modern plastic slot cars.
The reasons why there are so few are quite simple: 1 As with the "Green Hornet", the original "Batman" TV series was cancelled just about when the slot car was produced.
So VERY FEW actually left the works.
Production costs exceeded possible profit.
It went to Japan in 1998.
If that one isn't fast it because like PdL said the gears are too tight or it has thrown a winding.
You may have looked at them, but you did not see them.
They are vintage batman slot car wind that blows newspapers down a gutter on a windy night -- and sweeps the gutter vintage batman slot car />I will have to tell my friend.
He took his to a racetrack a few years ago and it drew a crowd.
But he said it was so slow.
So maybe the problem was they had to be adjusted out of the box.
Also the one picture beautiful!
Now did dealers apply the decals and stripes before they sold them?
The Batmobile was delivered to dealers with the decals and a roll of pinstripes unapplied and a protective cardboard sleeve stamped "Batmobile" with an ID number.
The Batmobile was delivered to dealers with the decals and a roll of pinstripes unapplied and a protective cardboard sleeve stamped "Batmobile" with an ID number.
These sleeves are even harder to find than a boxed car!
If your friend has one, it is a real prize and increases the value of the toy.
I told my friend about it and he replied Frank, Interesting, but I totally disagree with him.
I remember when they came out that they were very check this out, almost like they were too heavy, and the Cortina brakes didn't work properly and vintage batman slot car them down as well.
Of course, check this out was 42 years ago, but it's funny how I remember it like it was yesterday.
I also think he is mistaken about assembling the light as I remember it came already assembled.
And that was another reason it was slow.
The light was a "grain of wheat" bulb no LEDs back then!
The guys who were racing the Batmobiles that the other guy remembers probably "souped them up" somehow.
I just remember how everyone at the track used to make fun of it and say how slow it was.
I don't think mine was dragging because of the gears being too tight, but I didn't make any adjustment on it.
I think it used a Mabuchi motor, which was a very fast motor at the time.
I just think the combination of the brakes and the light slowed it down a lot.
Mine would not make a banked turn because it was too slow.
BTW, that's a pretty cool site.
I wonder if they ever heard of my Sonic Needle slot car in Flaming Orange!
You may have looked at them, but you did not see them.
They are the wind that blows newspapers down a gutter on a windy night -- and sweeps the gutter clean.
We've run the Hellcat a lot in the Blue Monster and it's got decent, but not earth-shattering speed.
But it was surely enough to get around a bank, unless the tires were totally wrong for the track, or the brake was locking up, as mentioned earlier.
Depending on when the car was bought, it may just have seemed very slow compared to the better scratchbuild cars around the local raceway, especially if there were some good local rewinders!
Don PS: The price sounds more like a Batman collectible than a slot car collectible.
I think the Batmobile owner misunderstoop P's point.
The car was an RTR, but the way he read the post, I think P was talking about the cost of assembling it at the "factory".
The sad part is that these cars have become valuable, too valuable for a vintage race.
And race cars should be raced, even the bad ones.
Maybe his read article slow because it needed adjustment out of the box.
Has anyone here personally owned and raced one fast out of the box?
Mikey My friend replied: Frank, OK, my mistake on the type of engine.
Mabuchi was the "buzz word" back then, and I just assumed it made the Hellcat for the Batmobile.
They were all black if I remember right.
According to PdL, vintage batman slot car were a model train motor, adapted to racing.
Both the Hellcat and the Mabuchi Vintage batman slot car are hefty mills, and it is difficult to build a car that will not 'tip" when cornering at the limit.
Has anyone here personally owned and raced one fast out of the box?
The motor was powerful and the speeds reached would embarrass just about any and all modern plastic slot carsHi TSR, Did you see it race in 1966?
Was it fast without alterations?
Tom Graham's Aurora slot car book said its train motor was slow.
Maybe some motors were lemons or a malfunction in the Cortina brakes?
I drove a Vintage batman slot car not too long ago and it was just fine.
The rarity of the Batmobile has nothing to do with its speed but with the period of time it was produced, when the whole industry was effectively collapsing.
By the time these came out in 1966, the can motors were already well established, and they were often being rewound and hopped up in other ways.
None of the commercially-made slot cars could compete with a good scratchbuilt anyway, so often looked slow in comparison.
By the time the "last" RTRs came out, no one was interested as he public was purchasing bits and making their own cars that were so much more efficient at a lower cost than those offered by the traditional toy makers.
But the business as a whole went down the drain as there was no longer any support and promotion fom larger manufacturers.
Making it the more interesting for us collectors as we discover, one per one, the hidden treasures of these last few months, like this little nugget: don.
Tom's book is very good, but the question is a little more complicated than that, as we've pointed out.
It's hard to single out a reason why it had poor sales, but they probably just overrated the market for novelty items like these - a kid who wanted a flashy car would probably buy some futuristic Classic Thingie, instead of a Batmobile, which probably already seemed a little dated by the time it came out I seem to remember the show was a huge hit the first year, but quickly slowed down, since it was really a novelty act - I loved the show, but would never have bought the car!
And it probably was a poor racer in the curves, just from being too high, with a bulky body.
A manufacturer used whatever components made economic and marketing sense.
A lot of manufacturers mis-estimated a lot of things, but it's not always easy to predict sales.
Tom Graham is speculating here.
I talked to John Brodbeck years ago and the truth is simply a lack of demand and a quick pullout from slot car manufacturing shortly after these last two models were issued.
No need to complicate matters.
IT DOES RUN, IS IN DECENT SHAPE.
I HAVENT HAD IT ON THE TRACK YET.
DON'T KNOW IF I WOULD PUT IT ON ONE THOUGH.
THE BODY HAS ONE CRACK IN A CORNER, MISSING A BODY PIN.
NO BOX OR DECALS.
MY QUESTION IS HOW DID YOU COME UP WITH A GUESTIMATE.
As an example, the same 3-4 cars have been changing hand over on E-Pay for the past 15 years.
We know of very few collectors with one.
There are very few out there in decent shape, but there are a few.
By "body pin", I assume that you are talking about the black steel clip that holds the body through two holes on each side?
If the car is damaged, there is no harm to play with it, but even amaged it is quite valuable, so if I were you I would play with something else, try to get the ar back to near pristine condition through a restoration process and hunt for the clear plastic box and replacement inner packing.
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I HAVENT HAD IT ON THE TRACK YET.
I think here should run it on a track once to see it's speed and the Cortina brake.
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Both had minor flaws broken windshield, missing chrome stickers but still were in high demand.
I think only twelve exist in the box.
Did this break a record for slot car prices?
A friend told me it moved so slow it could not climb a slanted curve, which I guess low demand made it rare.
I like the box graphics a lot.
The prices recently realized appear to be twice current market value, probably due to two guys doubling their bids in an attempt to make sure of getting it.
Very common on ePay and other non-live auctions.
The car was in fact plenty fast, assuming that someone did not adjust the gears so tight that they could hardly move!
The motor was powerful and the speeds reached would embarrass just about any and all modern vintage batman slot car slot cars.
The reasons why read more are so few are quite simple: 1 As with the "Green Hornet", the original "Batman" TV series was cancelled just about when the slot car was produced.
So VERY FEW actually left the works.
Production costs exceeded possible profit.
It went to Japan in 1998.
If that one isn't fast it because like PdL said the gears are too tight or it has thrown a winding.
You may have looked at them, but you did not see them.
They are the wind that blows newspapers down vintage batman slot car gutter on a windy night -- and sweeps the gutter clean.
I will have to tell my friend.
He took his to a racetrack a few years ago and it drew a crowd.
But he said it was so slow.
So maybe the problem was they had to be adjusted out of the box.
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Now did dealers apply the decals and stripes before they sold them?
The Batmobile was delivered to dealers with the decals and a roll of pinstripes unapplied and a protective cardboard sleeve stamped "Batmobile" with an ID number.
The Batmobile was delivered to dealers with the decals and a article source of pinstripes unapplied and a protective cardboard sleeve stamped "Batmobile" with an ID number.
These sleeves are even harder to find than a boxed car!
If your friend has one, it is a real prize and increases the value of the toy.
I told my friend about it and he replied Frank, Interesting, but I totally disagree with him.
I remember when they came out that they were very slow, almost like they were too heavy, and the Cortina brakes didn't work properly and slowed them down as well.
Of course, that was 42 years ago, but it's funny how I remember it like it was yesterday.
I also think he is mistaken about assembling the light as I remember it came already assembled.
And that was another reason it was slow.
The light was a "grain of wheat" bulb no LEDs back then!
The guys who were racing the Batmobiles that the other guy remembers probably "souped them up" somehow.
I just remember how everyone at the track used to make fun of it and say how slow it was.
I don't think mine was dragging because of the gears being too tight, but I didn't make any adjustment on it.
I think it used a Mabuchi motor, which was a very fast motor at the time.
I just think the combination of the brakes and the light slowed it down a lot.
Mine would not make a banked turn because it was too slow.
BTW, that's a pretty cool site.
I wonder if they ever heard of my Sonic Needle slot car in Flaming Orange!
You may have looked at them, but you did not see them.
They are the wind that blows newspapers down a gutter on a windy night -- and sweeps the gutter clean.
We've run the Hellcat a lot in the Vintage batman slot car Monster and it's got decent, but not earth-shattering speed.
But it was surely enough to get around a bank, unless the tires were totally wrong for the vintage batman slot car, or the brake was locking up, as mentioned earlier.
Depending on when the car was bought, it may just have seemed very slow compared to the better scratchbuild cars around the local raceway, especially if there were some good local rewinders!
Don PS: The price sounds more like a Batman collectible than a slot car collectible.
I think the Batmobile owner misunderstoop P's point.
The car was an RTR, but the way he read the post, I think P was talking about the cost of assembling it at the "factory".
The sad part is that these cars have become valuable, too valuable for a vintage race.
And race cars should be raced, even the bad ones.
Maybe his was slow because it needed adjustment out of the box.
Has anyone here personally owned and raced one fast out of the box?
Mikey My friend replied: Frank, OK, my mistake on the type of engine.
Mabuchi was the "buzz word" back then, and I just assumed it made the Hellcat for the Batmobile.
They were all black if I remember right.
According to PdL, they were a model train motor, adapted to racing.
Both the Hellcat and the Mabuchi FT36 are hefty mills, and it is difficult to build a car that will not 'tip" when cornering at the limit.
Has anyone here personally owned and raced one fast out of the box?
The motor was powerful and the speeds reached would embarrass just about any and all modern plastic slot carsHi TSR, Did you see it race in 1966?
Was it fast without alterations?
Tom Graham's Aurora slot car book said its train motor was slow.
Maybe some motors were lemons or a malfunction in the Cortina brakes?
I drove a Mako not too long ago and it was just fine.
The rarity of the Batmobile has nothing to do with its speed but with the period of time it was produced, when the whole industry was effectively collapsing.
By the time these came out in 1966, the can motors were already well established, and they were often being rewound and hopped up in other ways.
None of the commercially-made slot cars could compete with a good scratchbuilt anyway, so often looked slow in comparison.
By the time the "last" RTRs came out, no one was interested as he public was purchasing bits and making their own cars that were so much more efficient at a lower cost than those offered by the traditional toy makers.
But the business as a whole went down the drain as there was no longer any support and promotion fom larger manufacturers.
Making it the more interesting for us collectors as we discover, one per one, the hidden treasures of these last few months, like this little nugget: don.
Tom's book is very good, but the question is a little more complicated than that, as we've pointed out.
It's hard to single out a reason why it had poor sales, but they probably just overrated the market for novelty items like these - a kid who wanted a flashy car would vintage batman slot car buy some futuristic Classic Thingie, instead of a Batmobile, which probably already seemed a little dated by the time it came out I seem to remember the show was a huge hit the first year, but quickly slowed down, since it was really a novelty act - I loved the show, but would never have bought the car!
And it probably was a poor racer in the curves, just from being too high, with a bulky body.
A manufacturer used whatever components made economic and marketing sense.
A lot of manufacturers mis-estimated a lot of things, but it's not always easy to predict sales.
Tom Graham is speculating here.
I talked to John Brodbeck years ago and the truth is simply a lack of demand and a quick pullout from slot car manufacturing shortly after these last two models were issued.
No need to complicate matters.
IT DOES RUN, IS IN DECENT SHAPE.
I HAVENT HAD IT ON THE TRACK YET.
DON'T KNOW IF I WOULD PUT IT ON ONE THOUGH.
THE BODY HAS ONE CRACK IN A CORNER, MISSING A BODY PIN.
NO BOX OR DECALS.
MY QUESTION IS HOW DID YOU COME UP WITH A GUESTIMATE.
As an example, the same 3-4 cars have been changing hand over on E-Pay for the past 15 years.
We know of very few collectors with one.
There are very few out there in decent shape, but there are a few.
By "body pin", I assume that you are talking about the black steel clip that holds the body through two holes on each side?
If the car is damaged, there is no harm to play with it, but even amaged it is quite valuable, so if I were you I would play with something else, try to get the ar back to near pristine condition through a restoration process and hunt for the clear plastic box and replacement inner packing.
IT DOES RUN, IS IN DECENT SHAPE.
I HAVENT HAD IT ON THE TRACK YET.
I think you should run it on a track once to see it's speed and the Cortina brake.
It really won't lose value because it's already been played with and is missing the box.

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SCALEXTRIC Austin Mini Cooper.
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This car is a the Red Body Sample of the Nissan Skyline, colour sample bodies are sent from the factory in China to the.
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