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  1. Kirk G

    Estes Historical Collectors for memorabilia

    Hi guys, It's been a few years, but I'm still around. Recently, I scored a home-made launcher and a set of five cardboard Cox motor packages with 11 motors and some Centuri starters in an original paper envelope. The date codes on the motors are from 1969 and 1971, leading me to think that...
  2. prfesser

    Paper-match motor starters

    For those who don't need a bunch of starters, or aren't interested in mixing chemicals, there is a simple way to make a starter using paper matches. They may need to be shaved down in size to fit 18mm BP motors; more on that later. With an appropriate "boost" these will start composite motors...