Toys of the Eighties, Record Breakers
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Large battery operated cars that raced around a plastic track. Similar to slot cars but had no slots, the cars stayed in the track because it had high walls. You bought different cars separately, had to assemble them, and could change parts on them too.
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Intake - April 14, 2008 - Report this comment
I remember my dad had what seemed like a million of these and if we were really good he would give us one and he would put one together for himself. Then we would run them into everything!! The best part was the little rollers on the sides that did absolutly NOTHING!! Oh the times...
cmccrary - March 29, 2009 - Report this comment
the little wheels rolled against the walls of the track so that speed wouldnt be lost to friction.My cousin and I played with these things like mad.We would make a ramp in the track and see if the cars would be able to jump,then land back in the track and keep going.
James - April 07, 2009 - Report this comment
I remember watching these on tv racing at malls.

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