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Around 1962, AMT 's Turnpike system (USA) used multiple electrical pickups within the slot to allow drivers to control, to a limited extent, the steering of special 1:25 cars.
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In addition, newly manufactured replicas of Aurora's HO slot cars of the 1960s and 1970s appeared on the market and consumers gained the option of racing either the modern high-tech wondercars or the more basic designs of an earlier time.
Less common styles included a horizontal thumb-plunger and a full-grip squeeze controller.
"Lionel History - The 1910s".Dempewolff, Richard F (1963).Common slot car scales edit, models of the Ford GT, in 1:24, 1:32 and nominal HO scales.Out of Stock, large Idler Gear.00.Scott, Jonathan;.Model Car Rail Racing (1.).