• The Collection consists of 1/32 scale slot cars, all of which are of Limited Production and many are numbered of a very Limited Production.

      • The data given for each model, in relation to the original car, is as a result of research. I would much appreciate comments and corrections, together with the source.

          • Every car that is built has two principal serial numbers - the chassis number and the engine number.

              • The basis of any car must be the chassis number.

                • If a chassis has been damaged and can be repaired, then it can retain its original chassis number.
                  If a chassis is so damaged that it needs a complete new chassis then
                  If the replacement chassis is brand new, it should take a new chassis number
                  If the replacement chassis is taken from another car, then it should take that chassis number,
                  with the other car losing its chassis number completely.
                  It could be described as chassis A/B where A is the original and B is the replacement
                  chassis number.
                  • The basis of an engine is the engine block.

                    • If an engine is repaired without changes to the original block, then it should retain its engine
                      If an engine repair results in a new block, then it should have a new engine number
                      • These are the views of the Collector.

                          • And, because of taxation rules, simple logic is not always followed and this results in more than one car claiming the same chassis number. .

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