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Limited Edition Speedway Special Race Car and Trailer by Reto 123 32 in. long. SOLD
SOLD Retro 1 2 3 midget race car and trailer with accessories in 1:10 scale. Trailer is 32 inches long and is a well built set. This is an unpowered static large model. The dual axle trailer is fitted for the accessories gas cans, extra wheels and tires. Retro was known for its attention to details and a lot of hand assembly. They ran into financial problems in 2008 and are no longer is business but have a good legacy for well built great detailed models. Please check photos as they are part of the description and this is the set you will receive. Ships only in US as it weighs 18 pounds. Fl residents pay 7% state sales tax. Please check our other listings for sale. FREE SHIPPING IN US. Your Satisfaction is our Goal…..Buy with Confidence.
SOLD etro 123 Limited Edition Speedway Special Race Car scale model 21 inch long and 32 inch trailer. These 1:10 scale unpowered models are quite remarkable as they are so well built and heavily constructed with great graphics and accessories. The attention to detail is amazing and this is a static unpowered model. This is one of a total sold out production of 275. Body is all aluminum, seat and non working engine is plastic, tires are rubber. Total dimensions are 21 in x 81/2 in and the car weighs 12 pounds. Trailer is 32 in and 6 pounds. Please check all photos as they are part of the description and this is the race car you will receive. Great in a man cave, office, or for the man that has everything. Please check our other items for sale. This car will be well packaged and Shipped fully insured. Florida residents please add 7% State Sales Tax or wait to pay from a soon to follow invoice. This is an adult item not recommended for children. Good Luck.
In California, during the late 1930’s, a hobby known as Tether Car Racing began. The idea was to power a miniature a race car with a gas engine, attach it to a center post using a wire or cord as a tether and go as fast you can. Many of the early cars were home grown. As such, many family names attached to the cars are now household words for tether car enthusiasts. Names like Dooling, McCoy, Mathews, Barney Korn and countless other are still recognized today.