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In 1969, this slot car company issued (2) car models without electric motors. Instead they were designed to work on the "Collecta-car Track Set". They were made by Nacoral for Eldon and are from their "Chiqui Cars" series. Each of the cars had a metal finished plastic body, metal base plate with a plastic piece to attach to the track pully system. The track operated on closed nylon dead-chain drive that pulled the car along the track similiar to how Kenners "Supersport Track Set" functioned.

Each casting is reported to have come in a Matchbox sized plain white cardboard box with the Eldon and Nacoral information printed on one side. These were most likely only available/included as part of the track set.

Camaro - mirror red body
Mustang - mirror gold/green body

Sourced references - @No cars on Mars @Scott Moen @Atencio @TUFFONE
Encyclopedia of Small-Scale Diecast Motor Vehicle Manufacturers - Sahakangas, Foster & Weber (2006)
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