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#1 Waldo

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Posted 10 January 2018 - 02:26 PM

Hi,

 

I bought a lot of slot stuff from a 78-year old man, who had no use for it anymore. Together with 54 slot car magazines it was a real bargain.

 

Maybe you can help me intentifying some of the old stuff I don't know. Unfortunately he drilled a lot of holes in some pans in order to reduce weight back in the days.

 

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A lot of parts, some of them unused.

 

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What is the Champion tool used for. (chassis building?) All motors turn well except the silver one in the middle. The motors on the right are "Fleischmann Auto Rallye" motors.

 

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Are the small chassis both 1/32? One of them is really small. I hope I can replace some of the "lightened" pans. Is it easy to solder a nickel-plated chassis?

 

Greetings,

 

Walter 


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#2 Bill from NH

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Posted 10 January 2018 - 03:02 PM

Walter, yes, the Champion tool is used for chassis building. They called it the Align-O-Jig. It still could be used (I have an old one.) but there are better chassis jigs available today.

 

The chassis in the middle of the bottom row is 1/32 scale.The others appear to be 1/24 to me.

 

The chassis on the complete car is steel rather than brass, but with enough heat you'll be able to solder it. Generally speaking, anything nickel-plated can be soldered, but there may be exceptions.

 

From your photos, it looks like you got a nice group of vintage parts.


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Posted 10 January 2018 - 03:09 PM

Good collection of some vintage parts. The two motors in the second picture (with orange endbells) are Champion "Orange Pickers."

 

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