Policar March 701 - Jackie Stewart

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Policar March 701 - Jackie Stewart

Postby HomeRacingWorld » Thu Jan 04, 2018 4:18 pm

Just arrived from Cloverleaf Racing.

Just a wonderful slot car.



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Re: Policar March 701 - Jackie Stewart

Postby Z-carfan » Fri Jan 05, 2018 10:52 am

That is a beautiful car!

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Re: Policar March 701 - Jackie Stewart

Postby Jesla » Fri Jan 05, 2018 10:54 am

I have the Chris Armon car.... very cool ride.
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Re: Policar March 701 - Jackie Stewart

Postby kidvoltage » Fri Jan 05, 2018 11:59 am

I have the three pictured (minus the red one). I think they're going to make a great IROC set.
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Re: Policar March 701 - Jackie Stewart

Postby gascarnut » Fri Jan 05, 2018 1:49 pm

The #1 livery is special for me as it is very close to the way the car ran at the 1970 South African Grand Prix. My wife made a painting for me that hangs outside my home office:

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The car itself runs very well, as close to the red Lotus 72 as it is possible to get with two different slot cars. Initially I wondered why the extra nose length had not been used to extend the guide a bit further forward, but the parity of performance between the two cars explains that!

One little change I made was to carefully remove the driver's helmet and re-position it so it no longer looked like Sir Jackie was star gazing! As it arrived, the helmet was tilted severely upwards, but a little wiggling and teasing managed to break the glue joint without any damage.

Both my Policars are using the option F22 tires, and I have modified the rear wheels by cutting an airspace into the rim and using foam inserts under the tires. This gives a very smooth and grippy ride.
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