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Lay down some track, buy a racing Scalextric toy car in 1:32 scale and let the fun begin. The car patterned after a real vehicle is also available in sets, providing essential equipment for racing out of the box.


Buyers design their own circuits and increase their size by purchasing separate track pieces. Join other Scalextric toy car enthusiasts ranging from age 7 and up, including retirees and those who race as a hobby or become involved in organised racing clubs.

  • Vintage 1960s Tri-ang Scalextric C.M.2

    Vintage 1960s Tri-ang Scalextric C.M.2

    £10.00
    0 bids
    + £7.95 P&P
    2 NO F.O.l  2 mm/t227. 2 controls need rewiring. 2 track accessories folding bridge elevations. 1 mm/t35. Selling has mixed spares. 9 mixed straights. 10 mm/t21
  • 3 Vintage Scalextric Cars Inc Triang

    3 Vintage Scalextric Cars Inc Triang

    £13.39
    4 bids
    + £3.29 P&P
    3 vintage scalextric cars here.No expert on these so sold has untested and they came loose (no track).There is a Triang c72 b.r.m?scalextric tr7 and ford mirage c15.Took plenty of pics to give you a i...
  • SCALEXTRIC VINTAGE TRIUMPH TR4 IN EXCELLENT CONDITION (C84)

    SCALEXTRIC VINTAGE TRIUMPH TR4 IN EXCELLENT CONDITION (C84)

    £80.00
    Buy it now
    + £7.25 P&P
    Excellent Condition Vintage Scalextric Triumph TR4 - Model Number C84 . This Scalextric Triumph TR4 is in excellent, used, unboxed, condition . It has had new braids, bumpers, screen and decals fitted...
  • Vintage Scalextric Car C125 Porsche 935 Martini

    Vintage Scalextric Car C125 Porsche 935 Martini

    £3.99
    1 bid
    + £4.00 P&P
    Vintage Scalextric - Triumph TR7 'Leyland' Lots more rare scalextric on my other listings. This looks to be in good used condition but is untested because we do not have a working track set up.
  • VINTAGE TRI-ANG SCALEXTRIC FERRARI  GT 250 BERLINETTA MM/C69 RED TESTED & WORKS

    VINTAGE TRI-ANG SCALEXTRIC FERRARI GT 250 BERLINETTA MM/C69 RED TESTED & WORKS

    £46.00
    2 bids
    + £3.90 P&P
    TESTED ON 9volt BATTERY MOTOR WHEELS SPAN. Chrome flaking on one wheel. Looks nice, but is missing front right hand corner piece of bumper. In used condition. Sold as seen in pictures.

About Scalextric

The history of Scalextrix dates all the way back to 1952 and a clockwork-powered car designed by B¨Freddie¨ Francis for the Scalex company. When the toys' popularity started to wane, Francis looked for a way to develop the product and generate fresh interest. In 1957 he took his first cars to run on an electric track and the Scalextric that we all know and love had arrived. It was a blessing and a curse, as Scalex simply couldn't keep up with demand and sold the company. The trademark has been passed around since then, and now belongs to Hornby. Most Scalextric cars are 1:32 scale, although smaller and larger sets have been produced at various times. Virtually every major racing and sportscar have been represented over the years and some originals are highly sought after by the collectors. There is a thriving scene in older cars and, like toys, they are worth more if they have never been played with. As well as developing over the years, with new digital technology and more easily assembled tracks that have made Scalextric more accessible to children, Scalextric has remained popular among older enthusiasts. There are countless fans around the world with a room devoted to Scalextric and they don't just focus on the ultimate track, many of them create the whole circuit. That means there's a thriving market for accessories, from trees to line the track through to pit crews and circuit buildings.