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In 1952 a small company called Minimodels Limited introduced a rangeof metal bodied model racing cars which contained a unique type of clockworkmotor. The inventor of these cars was Mr B Francis and the trade mark knownas SCALEX.Voiture Slot Fly

Vintage slot machines for sale near kentucky. By 1956 the novelty of such cars was flagging and so Francis began toseek new ways to update the product. Whilst witnessing a demonstrationof electrically operated cars running on a track Francis instantly recognisedthe potential for his own products and modified his cars to take an electricmotor. He also devisied a rubber based track system with two parallel groovesin which metal rails carried electric current thus guiding the cars bymeans of a 'gimbal' wheel suspended beneath them.

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Rovex was familiar with the type of production necessary for Scalextricand after studying the product carefully introduced three new models: theFerrari, and JPS Lotus and the March. The cars were met with popular approvaland Scalextric was swiftly back on the road to recovery.

Progress continued steadily and deliberately throughout the 1970's untilthe instant appeal of the home computer in the early 1980's began to underminesales. Casino no deposit required. This phase soon passed however and by the time Scalextric reachedits 30th birthday in 1987 the variety and quality of the models was surpassed.

Now 40 years on, Scalextric continues to model an unrivalled selectionof the worlds greatest racing and sports cars. The success and continuedappeal of Scalextric is undoubtedly a tribute to the foresight of its originator.

The new product was called SCALEXTRIC (Scalex - electric) andwas unveiled at the annual Harrogate Toy Fair in January 1957. An overnightsensation, the orders flowed in, exhausting the company's production capacityto such an extent that in 1958 Francis chose to sell Minimodels to a companywith greater resources.

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The introduction of new gimmicks and themed sets, including the 1967007 James Bond Aston Martin set, enjoyed substantial success until 1968inflation impacted on demand. In 1970 a new product designed to increasesteering flexibility was launched known as 'You Steer'. 'You Steer' didnot revive flagging sales as was hoped and a decision was taken to closethe Minimodels Limited factory and transfer production to an assocaitedcompany Rovex, now known as Hornby Hobbies.

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In 1952 a small company called Minimodels Limited introduced a rangeof metal bodied model racing cars which contained a unique type of clockworkmotor. The inventor of these cars was Mr B Francis and the trade mark knownas SCALEX.

By 1956 the novelty of such cars was flagging and so Francis began toseek new ways to update the product. Whilst witnessing a demonstrationof electrically operated cars running on a track Francis instantly recognisedthe potential for his own products and modified his cars to take an electricmotor. He also devisied a rubber based track system with two parallel groovesin which metal rails carried electric current thus guiding the cars bymeans of a 'gimbal' wheel suspended beneath them.

Rovex was familiar with the type of production necessary for Scalextricand after studying the product carefully introduced three new models: theFerrari, and JPS Lotus and the March. The cars were met with popular approvaland Scalextric was swiftly back on the road to recovery.

Progress continued steadily and deliberately throughout the 1970's untilthe instant appeal of the home computer in the early 1980's began to underminesales. This phase soon passed however and by the time Scalextric reachedits 30th birthday in 1987 the variety and quality of the models was surpassed.

Now 40 years on, Scalextric continues to model an unrivalled selectionof the worlds greatest racing and sports cars. The success and continuedappeal of Scalextric is undoubtedly a tribute to the foresight of its originator.

The new product was called SCALEXTRIC (Scalex - electric) andwas unveiled at the annual Harrogate Toy Fair in January 1957. An overnightsensation, the orders flowed in, exhausting the company's production capacityto such an extent that in 1958 Francis chose to sell Minimodels to a companywith greater resources.

Such developments led to the 1964 advertising slogan 'the most completemodel motor racing system in the world' Champion driver Jim Clark was retainedto maintain the Scalextric momentum. The Scalextric World Championshipwhich was staged in London soon after, increased the appeal of the gameeven further and very soon Scalextric was being manufactured in France,Australia, New Zealand, Spain and the USA.

The introduction of new gimmicks and themed sets, including the 1967007 James Bond Aston Martin set, enjoyed substantial success until 1968inflation impacted on demand. In 1970 a new product designed to increasesteering flexibility was launched known as 'You Steer'. 'You Steer' didnot revive flagging sales as was hoped and a decision was taken to closethe Minimodels Limited factory and transfer production to an assocaitedcompany Rovex, now known as Hornby Hobbies.