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1940s Challenger Jr. by A.L. Maxey co. rare mite tether race car 11 in CAR IS SOLD.

$ 999.99

CAR IS SOLD 1940's original Maxey Challenger Jr. mite tether race car almost 11 in long 2 piece aluminum body. McCoy /19 power with compression, tether bridle, wheels, tires. canopy and gas tank. A copy of a factory ad for a similar car without an engine is included. Engine turns free with compression. Designed by Carl W. Newell and produced by Maxey, this was a popular stream liner car in the art deco fin and canopy era. One rear tire has a slight flat spot. Please check photos as they are part of the description and this is the car you will receive. Always FREE SHIPPING.

CAR IS SOLD IMG_2340 1940s Challenger Jr. Original Maxey mite tether race car almost 11 inches long and a 2 piece aluminum body. McCoy .19 power with compression, tether bridle, wheels, tires. canopy and gas tank. A copy of a factory ad for a similar car without an engine is included. Engine turns free with compression. Designed by Carl W. Newell and produced by Maxey, this was a popular stream liner car in the art deco fin and canopy era. One rear tire has a slight flat spot. Please check photos as they are part of the description and this is the car you will receive. We also have other items to browse and enjoy. Florida residents please add 7% State Sales Tax or wait to pay from a soon to follow invoice.

Carl W. Newell passed away December 24, 2008 near his home in Glendale, California. He was born in Frankfort, Kentucky in 1923. Anyone, within a short time of being with Mr. Newell, would quickly learn that he enjoyed the challenge of learning. One of his personal mottos was to “learn something new every day” and he truly practiced that throughout his career. He enjoyed the challenge and had a special knack for solving difficult mechanical problems within a relative short period of time and then developing a workable and practical solution to the problem. He became an accomplished machinist, tool maker, master tool repairman, and a highly skilled injection plastics molder.

At the age of sixteen, he opened his own business, a hobby and model shop, in downtown Glendale, California. His keen sense of design, engineering, and building free-flying model gliders and powered airplanes contributed greatly to his practical knowledge of how to become successful later in life. He always believed that building these models was not successful if the model didn’t climb and soar into the wind currents and disappear over the horizon or as far as he could see. Always FREE SHIPPING

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