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Markits gearbox/motor-mount

Markits gearbox/motor-mount

4.80/5.52

Designed for use with motors with 8mm spacing between mounting screws.

(Mashima 12xx series/Hanazono) 8.5mm wide - Romford 20-series gears.
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21mm/17-spoke driving wheel x 1

21mm/17-spoke driving wheel x 1

3.96/4.55

Produced by Scale Link/LSL with an ABS centre and nickled tyre.

Designed for use with Romford axles. Released: JULY 2011

Diameter of drum is 21mm
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Etched de-insulating pick-ups for Scale Link Driving Wheels

Etched de-insulating pick-ups for Scale Link Driving Wheels

1.80/2.07

Specially designed for use with our driving wheels, these etched pick-ups can be fitted to all the sizes we produce.

Fitting & Cutting instructions are included.

Pack contains 2 pick-ups, usually sufficient for one locomotive.
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Romford Axle-nut screwdriver

Romford Axle-nut screwdriver

5.40/6.21


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Markits DeLuxe Crankpin sets (8)

Markits DeLuxe Crankpin sets (8)

7.50/8.63


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Romford 16.5mm Axle (1/8" diameter)

Romford 16.5mm Axle (1/8

1.62/1.86

MRAX/OO 1/8" diameter axle for 16.5mm track.

Includes two brass fixing nuts.
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18mm/16-spoke driving wheel x 1

18mm/16-spoke driving wheel x 1

3.60/4.14

Produced by Scale Link/LSL with an ABS centre and nickled tyre.

Designed for use with Romford axles. Released: JULY 2011

Diameter of drum is 18mm

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16mm /12-spoke driving wheel x 1

16mm /12-spoke driving wheel x 1

3.60/4.14

Produced by Scale Link/LSL with an ABS centre and nickled tyre.

Designed for use with Romford axles. Released: JULY 2010.

Diameter of drum is 16mm
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40:1 Gearset 1/8" WHEEL BORE/2.0mm WORM

40:1 Gearset 1/8

7.50/8.63

Worm diameter 7.1mm : Gear diameter 9.2mm : 20-series gears

Markits equivalent MGRS20402

SEE ALSO SLGS13
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14mm Bogie wheels - 12-spoke

14mm Bogie wheels - 12-spoke

4.20/4.83

ABS centres, nickel tyres,

Bogie = 20mm Blind 2mm axle

Price is for one axle with 2 wheels
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Auto Kits - Scale 1:24

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1962/1963 B.R.M.

1962/1963 B.R.M.

Ref: SEF-A001

In this combined kit, it is possible to build both1962 stack pipe and 1963 low exhaust modes. The B.R.M. fitted with the Coventry Climax engine was a very successful racing car, with wins at both Goodwood and Silverstone. 36 castings.

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Price: 56.00/64.40 (Including VAT at 20%)

1963 Lotus 25

1963 Lotus 25

Ref: SEF-A002

Perhaps the most significant of the new cars to appear in the 1962/63 GP season was the Lotus 25. In the load carrying sides of the body, fabric fuel tanks were fitted. Driven by Jim Clark this car won the Belgium grand prix and but for trifling defects which caused its retirements would in all probability have won the first two championship races at Zandvoort and Monte Carlo. 36 castings.

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1961 Ferrari 1.5 litre

1961 Ferrari 1.5 litre

Ref: SEF-A003

In 1961 new F.I. requirements required the use of commercial petrol instead of alcohol blends and maximumengine size of 1500cc. This was resisted by the British constructors, while Ferrari went ahead and developed the 120 degrees V6 engine. It dominated the championships with 5 wins out of 7 and Phil Hill easily became world champion. The car has a multi tubular chassis with unequal, unparallel suspension all round. 42 castings.

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1927 Bugatti 35B

1927 Bugatti 35B

Ref: SEF-A005

One of the most successful road racing cars of all time, the single O.H.C. straight eight type 35 Bugatti in unsupercharged and supercharged 2 and 2.3 litre forms, was the main stay of continental grand prix racing in the late twenties, scoring innumerable victories. The wheels were highly original being made of cast aluminuim alloy, having eight broad, flat spokes integral with rims and brake drums which were a valuable saving in unsprung weight. 49 castings.

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1934 E.R.A. 1.5 litre

1934 E.R.A. 1.5 litre

Ref: SEF-A006

The E.R.A. was the most successful of the 1500cc cars built in 1934 as a private venture to regain Britain's prestige in grand prix racing. In two years it had achieved its object. At the outbreak of the war, Raymond Mays held the course record for every important hill climb and road circuit in Britain as well as several abroad. The engine was basically a six cylinder in 1500cc or 2 litre form and supercharged. A truly historic racing car. 49 castings.

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Lotus Super 7

Lotus Super 7

Ref: SEF-A007

Historically the trend in sports cars had been away from the stark, near racing car type of machine and towards the closed, comfortable and civilised grand touring car. However, for a few this sofening removed some of the interest from the game. They prefered a sports car to remain a racing car, with just enough lighting and muffling equipment to get the vehicle within the limits prescribed by law. 55 castings.

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Alfa Romeo 1932 P3

Alfa Romeo 1932 P3

Ref: SEF-A008

Apart from its performance and racing successes this car has character, personality and shape, and is still looked upon with great affection by all followers of motor racing. During 1932 the P3 Alfa Romeo not only won the Italian grand prix but in addition the French grand prix and the German grand prix. The Coppa Acerbo saw another victory and the Monza grand prix was yet another success with the lap record raised to 113.7mph. 44 castings.

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Porsche 904

Porsche 904

Ref: SEF-A009

The Porsche GT type 904 was certainly a vehicle of striking aspect. Low and sleek with clean aerodynamic lines and based on the Porsche formula one car, the type 904 was the production version of the car of which Barth and Linge finnished third overall and first in their class in the 1963 Targa Florio on one of the worlds most grueling road circuits. An air cooled 2 litre Carrera 4 cylinder engine was mounted at the back, ahead of the rear axle. 33 castings.

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MGM Sports

MGM Sports

Ref: SEF-A010

In 1928 the M type MG came into being, based on components from the then current Morris Minor. In its short span of life until 1931 it proved to be the answer to this need. The engine was the 847cc O.H.V. model. 33bhp was given as the output figure, which power plant could push the little car along at a top speed of around 65mph. From the M types early beginnings sprang the more pwerful race winning Midgets. 48 castings.

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Lotus 38 Indianapolis

Lotus 38 Indianapolis

Ref: SEF-A011

On the 31st of May 1965 at the Indianapolis speedway, Jim Clark covered the 500 miles in 3 hours 19 minutes, at an average speed of 150.686mph. The car was powered by a 4.1 litre V8 Ford engine with twin overhead cam shafts developing 500bhp. The colours were British racing Green with a broad Yellow stripe running down the centre which widened to merge into a band around the nose. 60 castings.

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1965 Lotus 33

1965 Lotus 33

Ref: SEF-A012

The Lotus 33 used the Coventry Climax 1500cc V8 engine with four overhead cams and four valves per cylinder. It has Lucas fuel injection and transistor ignition with 210bhp at 10,500rpm with Jim Clark driving, the Lotus 33 completely dominated the season with 6 wins out of 8 starts, and lap records at 6 circuits. A stressed skin chassis weighing only 70lbs developed from the Lotus 25, being the first car to use this form of construction. 55 castings.

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Mercedes SSKL

Mercedes SSKL

Ref: SEF-A013

It was in the mid 1920s that Ferdinand Porsche decided that Mercedes future prestige lay in the sports car racing field rather than in grand prix competitions. He then evolved the S type Mercedes Benz. It was designed as an extreemly fast sporting motor car, developing between the years 1927 and 1934 with that object always in view. The whole car was superbly engineered and finnished to a standard rare even at that time. The result was a sporting car, par excellence. 74 castings.

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Price: 63.00/72.45 (Including VAT at 20%)

1925 Austin Seven Tourer

1925 Austin Seven Tourer

Ref: SEF-A014

When introduced in 1922 the Austin Seven was the first civilised motor car of really small size. It was an immediate success. Small cars in the veteran period were single or two cylinder affairs. The nearest thing in the Edwardian days had been the Bebe Peugeot 856cc which did not survive into the post war period. The Austin Seven had a four cylinder, water cooled engine 747.5cc three speed gearbox, and 4 wheel brakes. Overall length 8ft 10in. Overall width 3ft 10in. 70 castings.

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1927 Delage

1927 Delage

Ref: SEF-A015

The 1927 straight-eight Delage, the French car which won every major race it contested in 1927, carrying Robert Benoist to an unassailable European Championship, and with which the British driver Richard Seaman defeated all others in four major international races during 1936. It was the last and perhaps the greatest of racing designs to emanate from the Delage factory at Courbevoic-sur-Seine. 51 castings.

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1933 MG K3

1933 MG K3

Ref: SEF-A017

In the early 1930s the only British machine to make any real impact on motor sport international level was the MG. Following the unusual pratice of relating the racing cars closely to the standard production models, the Magnette range was introduced and developed. In 1933 the MG K3 won the Mille Miglia, 1100 classes at 56.90mph driven by Captain G.E.T. Eyston and Count Giovanni Lurani. 75 castings.

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1950 MG TD

1950 MG TD

Ref: SEF-A018

The MG TD Midget was first introduced in 1950. It featured some major components of the firms other production cars, with duel carburettors and remote control gear change added. At a time when Steel supplies were directly related to export sales, a foreign market was soon established, particularly in the USA. Its pleasing, almost subdued appearance, well designed uncomplicated mechanics and reasonable performance, gave owners excellent value. 53 castings.

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1928 Miller 91

1928 Miller 91

Ref: SEF-A019

While never true grand prix machines, the American Millers were highly successful Indianapolis performers which did well on the fast Monza track. The cars were designed by Harry A Miller of German/Canadian parentage and renowned as a carburettor manufacturer. The front drive Miller had a (55.5x76.2mm) bore and stroke giving a swept volume of 1478cc. It became the famous 91 Miller one of the most outstanding American designs in racing history. 56 castings.

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1934 Morgan 3 wheeler

1934 Morgan 3 wheeler

Ref: SEF-A020

The model represents a 3 wheeler in the later days of its developement. Very popular with the young men of the day the Morgan 3 wheelers gave a remarkable performance for their size, and were often to be seen in sports events and races. The Morgan motor company is still in existence manufacturing a range of 4 wheel cars. 62 castings.

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MG TF

MG TF

Ref: SEF-A021

The MG TF appeared in the 1953 motor show, being basically a TD with a face lift. Eventually it was fitted with a new 1500cc engine, which improved the performance, but the TF was to be the last of the old style MGs. The new 1500cc engine was to power the first new era MG, the MGA 1500. 65 castings.

A wire-wheel conversion set is available SEF-SP08.

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1967 Brabham BT24 3 litre F1

1967 Brabham BT24 3 litre F1

Ref: SEF-A022

Jack Brabham won his third world championship in 1966, in a car of his own construction. In 1967 his team mate Denny Hulme won, with Jack being the runner up. 67 castings.

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