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Lifelike Trains NASCAR Pro Action 500 Race Track Set
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Lifelike Trains NASCAR Pro Action 500 Race Track Set

Item# 05225332000P | Model# 433-9020 | Added on May 16, 2012
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It's NASCAR excitement as two of it's hottest cars National Guard #88 and AARP # 24 go head to head on this challenging course featuring a 360 degree loop with an upside-down straightaway, cyclone curves, crossover tracks, accelerating straight-aways, and a lap counter to determine the winner! Set includes over 40' of track! Includes 1 Licensed National Guard # 88 Impala SS; 1 Licensed AARP # 24 Impala SS; 1 UL-listed Power Pack; 1 Printed Power Track with 2 Trigger Action Controllers; 7 15" Straight Tracks; 1 9" Printed Dual-Lane Lap Counter; 2 9" Printed Crossover Tracks; 6 9" Straight Tracks; 2 6" Straight Tracks; 22 9" Radius Curve Tracks; 8 Loop Tracks; 4 Cradle Sets; 17 Piers; 22 Guardrails, NASCAR Flags & Poles; and Tune-Up Kit. 1 to 2 players. Mini catalog of illustrated instructions. 1 year warranty against defects. Recommended for ages 14 and up.

It's NASCAR excitement as two of it's hottest cars National Guard #88 and AARP # 24 go head to head on this challenging course featuring a 360 degree loop with an upside-down straightaway, cyclone curves, crossover tracks, accelerating straight-aways, and a lap counter to determine the winner! Set includes over 40' of track! Includes 1 Licensed National Guard # 88 Impala SS; 1 Licensed AARP # 24 Impala SS; 1 UL-listed Power Pack; 1 Printed Power Track with 2 Trigger Action Controllers; 7 15" ... read more
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