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IMPORTANT ANOUNCEMENT

Due to wear on most of the tooling, difficulty in obtaining some component parts/materials and ever increasing commitments in the real world I have decided to stop production of the Onethirtysecond range of kits. If the situation changes I may well start production again but I can't see that happening any time soon. This page has been retained for reference purposes.

 

This is a small range of full static kits of classic saloons, estate cars and small vans, suitable for the pits of your period Scalextric layout or in their own right. Scale is of course 1/32nd, which is 3/8ths to the foot, making them also suitable for gauge 1 (I think) model railways.

Kit Details

Kits comprised of;

Resin bodyshell

Window unit

Chassis (with some basic underfloor detail)

Seats

Dashboard

Wheels/tyres (with appropriate hubcap detail) and axles

Steering wheel/column

Bumpers or other parts as appropriate

Instruction/painting guide sheet

These were complicated kits to manufacture and therefore expensive. Production was VERY limited.

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EST/001 Triumph Herald 13/60 estate



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Full static kit consisting of bodyshell, window unit, chassis (with some basic underside detail), seats, dashboard, steering wheel ith appropriate hubcap patterns. Made it to limited production.

 


EST/002 Bedford HA (Viva) Van


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As beloved by British Telecom etc in the 60s/70s. Was intended to be a full static kit consisting of bodyshell, window unit, chassis (with some basic underside detail), seats, dashboard, steering wheel and wheels with appropriate hubcap patterns but never made it to production due to low sales of the rest of this range. Picture shows vac formed prototype how most of us remember them i.e. dirty ex BT!

 


EST/003 Triumph Herald 1200 Estate


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Was intended to be a full static kit consisting of bodyshell, window unit, chassis (with some basic underside detail), seats, dashboard, steering wheel and wheels with appropriate hubcap patterns. Never made it to production.

 


 



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