Revell brings you yet another in the series of historic Cobra Daytona Coupes™in competition. Here, the #16 as it appeared in the 12 hours of Sebring on March 27, 1965. Chassis number CSX2602 was piloted in this race by American drivers Lew Spencer, Jim Adams and Phil Hill to a sixth place finish in its class (behind only other Shelby Cobras). Features: Ready-to-run 1:32 slot car with pre-painted body and details, driver figure and collectible Special Edition packaging.
Whilst I do claim some small technical knowledge of metal-tyred locomotives, I know virtually nothing about their rubber-tyred cousins, however I am pretty sure that red thing up above is actually a 2-2-0, and in the absence of any obvious tender is more correctly a 2-2-0T. I do wish folks would take more care with their Whyte Classification System.
Andy (who is wondering if he has been around here long enough for his sense of humour to come across OK, or if he just landed himself in the outer...)
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