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SlotCarPortal.com, established in 1995, is one of the most recognised references for researching Scalextric products.

This website is an image reference library best used in conjunction with the books ‘Scalextric – Past & Present’ and ‘Scalextric – The Ultimate Guide’ (Editions 1 to 8) published by Roger Gillham and Adrian Norman. These pages serve as an online resource for Scalextric enthusiasts, fans, racers and collectors.

The Scalextric guide books have been printed between 1981 and 2015 and contain the complete history of Scalextric including –

  • The Brands: MiniModels, Scalex, Startex and Scalextric & Superslot.
  • Products: Sets, Cars, Accessories and Track, Buildings, Motors and Guides. 
  • Production from UK, France, Spain, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, Mexico, USA, Canada, Argentina.
  • Rare colours and liveries, exclusive products, Limited Editions and Special Editions.
  • Themes: Kit Cars, Super 124, Police and Circuit Support vehicles, Karts, Horses, You Steer, Motorcycles, Sidecars,
  • TV and Film related products: Batman, James Bond, etc.

And of course, they contain listings of all cars, sets and accessories detailing all the variations to help you identify items in your collection or those that you seek, making these books the perfect guides to the history of SCALEXTRIC.

This website, SlotCarPortal.com, supports the Scalextric books with more images and information and acts as an interim update between printed book publishing dates.

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Scalextric is a trademark of Hornby Hobbies Ltd. which does not sponsor, authorise, or endorse this site.

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  1. Hi – Can I suggest that there is a car missing from the the Holden Commodore list. The 2010 888 Vodafone Commodore (C3161) was available in a set. There were 2 versions of the car. The early relase had white wheel rims, a lighter orange trim and a stamped serial number on the chassis. I have recently heard about this and seen a YouTube clip reviewing the 2 cars.

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    • Thanks Allan. Good observation.
      I have a picture of the silver wheel version but not the white wheel version. If you have one please send an image of it.
      It is intresting that the cars produced for the set had two separate production runs. Unsual, as thenorm is to make everything in one go, especially sets commissioned by SMS.
      I always welcome information like this.
      Many Thanks
      Adrian

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