Luiz Claudio Valdetaro's Slot car collection of brand 'Russkit'

Manufacturer from United States of America

Last updated on November 10, 2017

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Husstler - Reproduction

1969 Elfin - Racer
1969 Elfin - Racer - Reproduction
1968 Marcos Mantis - Racer
1968 Marcos Mantis - Racer - Reproduction
1967 Elfin - Racer
1967 Elfin - Racer - Reproduction
1966 Eagle Westlake
1966 Eagle Westlake
1966 Chaparral 2D
1966 Chaparral 2D "Sebring" - Racer - Reproduction
1966 Chaparral 2D
1966 Chaparral 2D "Sebring"
1965 Lotus 40 - Racer
1965 Lotus 40 - Racer - Reproduction
1965 Lotus 40
1965 Lotus 40
1965 Lotus 38 - Racer
1965 Lotus 38 - Racer - Reproduction
1965 Lotus 38
1965 Lotus 38
1965 Lola T70
1965 Lola T70
1965 Chaparral 2
1965 Chaparral 2
1964 Porsche Carrera 906 - 60's
1964 Porsche Carrera 906 - 60's "Chuck Hammer" - Racer.
1964 Porsche Carrera 906
1964 Porsche Carrera 906
1964 ISO Grifo
1964 ISO Grifo
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1963 Mclaren-Elva - Reproduction

1963 Lotus 23
1963 Lotus 23
1963 Cooper F1
1963 Cooper F1
1961 Ferrari 156 Sharknose
1961 Ferrari 156 Sharknose
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1960 Ferrari 156 F1 Sharknose - Reproduction

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1968 Cro Sal Oldsmobile Special

Total of brand 'Russkit': 12 factory cars, 9 reproductions, 22 total.

Company founded by Jim Russell. It revolutionized the slot car industry by making great detail cars in vaccuformed bodies. Great inovators, they created cars with two motors, invented the basics of the modern controller. They were the company that introduced the first Mabuch 16D, the russkit 22, which then became very popular. The company grow so much that at a point it sponsored real (1/1 scale) race cars. Russkit was purchased by Parma in the late 60's, which produces the Russkit controller up to today under the parma name.

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