SECP160 Carrera Digital 132/Pioneer Dodge Charger R/T Hemi 426, Yellow 1:32 Slot Car



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SECP160 Carrera Digital 132/Pioneer Dodge Charger R/T Hemi 426, Yellow 1:32 Slot Car

  • This is a Pioneer Slot Car that is using a Carrera Digital 132 chip to enable you to use this car on your Carrera Digital Race Track.
  • This car is Digital Carrera 132 ONLY and can not be used on an Analog Race Track. 
  • Yellow in color
  • 18K ‘TYPHOON’ QS motor, sidewinder configuration
  • Fully detailed interior
  • QuickChange braids
  • ‘PurePower’ wiring loom
  • 'Supathane' tires
  • Model complete with display case and custom ‘Street Muscle’ packaging
  • Spare parts bag and VDC (Vehicle Data Card) included under base

At the light a hot ride pulls up alongside - you size it up and give the nod. You've got the cubic inches, the quick shifting gears, the straight line speed... Red to green! Tires screech as you dump your clutch, floor the pedal and slam through the redline shifts. Don't lay off until you know you've won. That's the way it goes down... that's Street Muscle!

For 1968, Dodge's styling department succeeded gloriously in developing an automobile that combined a fresh sleek design with some very serious horsepower. They had created the company's first real supercar. Recognized by many then and now as the meanest, sexiest, best looking ride on the road, the '68 Charger was available with a wide range of performance, trim and paint options to suit all tastes.

Sport optioned as the R/T (Race/Track), it could be ordered with the legendary 426 Hemi, an engine that when tuned right was nearly unbeatable on road or track - but out of reach for most buyers with its $605 price tag premium. The more popular and more manageable performance option was the 440ci Magnum with a conservative estimate of 375hp it delivered more than enough serious street power. As the Car & Diver road test stated, "here is an automobile that is all guts and purpose.”
Turning heads and stealing the show came easily with a Charger. Eye-catching exterior colors, contrasting vinyl roofs and bold 'bumble bee' rear stripes guaranteed many a second glance from passers-by. Add in a high-styled racing-type fuel filler cap, dual chrome exhausts, stock wheel covers or Mag style chrome rims and the resulting ride demanded instant attention.

The all-new hidden headlamp grill, afterburner tall lights and 'coke bottle' body coupled with a restrained use of chrome established this Charger as a styling high point for the year. A race inspired instrument cluster, sporty center console and groovy pleated seats created one of the zingiest cabin designs ever to come from Dodge's studios.

At its debut Dodge boasted "You wouldn't change a line if you could." The '68 Charger R/T was a seriously cool ride fully worthy of its 'Muscle Car Icon' status. 


This bright yellow 1968 Hemi 426 Charger continues the series of ‘Street Muscle’ models from Pioneer. The black vinyl roof, R/T badging, white Bumble Bee stripes and Crager mag wheels with red line tires really make this model look the part. The chassis is fitted with the rapid TYPHOON 18K ‘QS’ motor and Supathane tires so this model is a really great track performer.

Tech Spec (R/T):

  • Engine: 440ci Magnum V8
  • Compression ratio: 10.1:1
  • Power: 375bhp @ 4600rpm
  • Torque: 480 ft-lb @ 3200rpm
  • Top speed: 126mph
  • 0-60mph: 6.8secs
  • Transmission: 4 speed manual/Torqeflite Auto box
  • Quarter mile: 14.85 secs @ 95.5mph