This is the AFX 1970 Chevy Camaro Z28 Silver Mega-G+ HO Slot Car. With the incredible grip and speed of the Mega-G+ chassis, this car has the performance to match its stunning good looks!
"Super Hugger" Hits the Streets!
After the success of the 1967 through 69 Camaros, Chevrolet created effectively an all new car in 1970. One that was more drivable and had a much better engine: the LT1 350 cubic inch compared to the previous years 302. In fact, the LT1 in the Z28 came from the Corvette and was a stout performer.
The re-designed front end and fastback shape was the source of a lot of controversy. But it is generally regarded one of the most beautiful designs to come out of GM.
Most Realistic and Now, Most Drivable!
We already had the longest wheelbase and the lowest, narrowest chassis ever made in 1/64th scale. With that our designers were making the most realistic cars ever. And our cars out handled anything else in the market. Thats good enough, right? Wrong!
We werent satisfied with the driveablility. We wanted you to be able to race wheel to wheel, lap after lap, and feel like youre driving a real car. But we couldnt do it by just changing the chassis. We had to create a whole new race system - the Mega G+ Race System.
What is the Mega G+ Race System?
It is a slot car system that delivers the perfect balance of grip and speed. The result is a slot car set that is easier to learn and easier to drive at the limit so you have more fun fast and keep having fun longer.
Mega G+ Chassis
This new chassis is the heart of the Mega G+ Race System. It is not just faster and better handling than the competition, now it is even smoother, more consistent, more intuitive and more fun to drive than any car weve ever built. Check out these performance features: