CAR02A Policar Lotus 72 Hockenheimring 1970, #72 1:32 Slot Car


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Policar Lotus 72 Hockenheimring 1970, #72

Policar Lotus 72 No.2 Gold Leaf. This 1:32 model slot car reproduces the Lotus 72 in which Jochen Rindt had his last Grand Prix win, at Hockenheim in 1970. At last a classic F1 car for the collector and racer! New Triple Gearing accurate reproduction of the Hewland FG400 gearbox. Comes displayed in crystal box and sleeve.

Just like Colin Chapman's Lotus 72 took the Formula 1 by storm, this first F1 from Policar sets new standards for F1 replicas.

This long awaited model designed by Andrew Rowland and engineered by Relies, among other things, on an innovative gear box which enables a proper external replica of the Hewland FG400 gear box. The concept is based around an idle axle with crown/spur gear combination which transmits power from the motor to the rear shaft.

Power is supplied by a Policar custom designed FF-150 type motor, with one open and one closed face.

The motor, gear box, and axle are housed inside a separate pod, yet another innovation unique to Policar F1 line, permitting unprecedented levels of tuning and performance for a F1 slot car.

A Complete line of tune up parts is available separately, including spare motor pods, axles with different gear ratios, pinions, set screw aluminium rear wheels and racing F22 tires.

Car Specifications:

  • Scale    1:32
  • Body    Plastic
  • Length    126mm
  • Height    33mm
  • Wheelbase    78.5mm
  • Front Track    54mm
  • Rear Track    62mm
  • Weight    48g
  • Magnet    No
  • Motor    Slim-Can 24,500rpm
  • Motor Mount    Inline
  • Drivetrain    2WD
  • Pinion/Gear    9/ 21/16 /17
  • Front Wheels    Plastic 13.8x7.9mm
  • Rear Wheels    Plastic 16x11.7mm
  • Front Tires    Rubber PPT1220C1
  • Rear Tires    Rubber PPT1219C1
  • Lights    No