T32106S - 1/32 scale Porsche 962 "Rothmans", 1986 Le Mans
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T32106S - 1/32 scale Porsche 962 "Rothmans", 1986 Le Mans


This is a model of the gorgeous Porsche 962 that won the 1986 Le Mans 24-hour race, driven by Hans Stuck, Derek Bell and the late Al Holbert. Fitted with the TSR chassis and designed to outperform any commercially produced, out of the box slot car on your Carrera plastic track.

Important: this model is supplied with "Racing" decals over the "Rothmans" authentic markings so as to satisfy the US regulations about tobacco advertising for children. To remove the decals and uncover the proper and anthentic markings, please use packaging tape over the decals to peel them off. No damage will be done to the tampo-printed authentic markings laying underneath those decals. The TSR metal body mounts protrudes 1.5mm from the body frontal edge. This allows for great body protection as the front part of the chassis will take much of the abuse that this model may encounter during hard use and frontal crashes by inexperienced drivers.

This car is fitted with the T32002HPS chassis and TSR-Ortmann Urethane compound tires for use on plastic tracks or routed wood tracks where no traction compound is being used, and a TSC25 guide pin for use on the better plastic tracks, Carrera, Revell, Monogram, Atlas, Fleischmann and Artin.
For Scalextric "Sport" and Ninco tracks and any track where the rails are raised above the track surface, the traction magnet may contact both, causing a short that will damage the chassis and the motor. To avoid this issue, caused by poorly engineered track designs, the magnet MUST BE COVERED WITH PROTECTIVE ADHESIVE "ELECTRICAL" TAPE. For use on Ninco track, a different, shorter and narrower guide pin, part # TSC25N, must be fitted, or the TSC25 standard guide pin must be shortened and narrowed using a Dremel cutting wheel. Please follow enclosed instructions to run on Scalextric, Ninco and similar tracks.

  • Shipping Weight: 2lbs

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This product was added to our catalog on Monday 02 May, 2011.

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