CrossTrax Road Course 9' Slot Car Set | SRS351 | Auto World
1970 Ford Mustang(49) - with its bold design and powerful V8 engine, cemented itself as a cultural icon and a symbol of American muscle car heritage, becoming one of the most sought-after and collectible cars of all time."
1970 Plymouth Cuda(28) - with its distinctive styling, powerful engine options, and limited production numbers, is considered by many muscle car enthusiasts to be one of the most desirable and collectible American muscle cars of the era."
The 1970 Ford Mustang number 49 and the 1970 Plymouth Cuda number 28 were the main attraction of the crosstrax race. Both drivers were confident and determined to win, revving their engines and getting ready for the green light. As the race began, the Mustang took an early lead, but the Cuda was close behind, pushing the Mustang to go faster. The Mustang driver, feeling the pressure, made a bold move and took a risky shortcut, but it paid off and he managed to maintain his lead. The Cuda driver didn't give up, he kept pushing and was able to pass the Mustang on the last lap. It was a close finish, but in the end, the Cuda crossed the finish line first, winning the race and setting a new lap record. The Mustang driver was gracious in defeat, congratulating the Cuda driver on the well-deserved victory.
Its easy to set-up too. 1. Follow the assembly guide and layout your track. 2. Plug in the power pack. 3. Smash down the speed controller to scream down the straightaways, attack the turns and blast across the finish line to victory!
- 1970 Ford Mustang (49)
- 1970 Plymouth Cuda (28)
- Two Speed Controllers
- New Adjustable Voltage Power Pack
- 15” Terminal Track
- Track and Slot Cars are 100% Compatible with all Auto World and AFX Race Sets
- HO 1/64
- FREE tech support 1-877-729-2099
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