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A Chart of scales used in the Slot Car Hobby

with the related Model Railroad scales

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HO Scale Slot cars have not been held to an accurate scale like Model Railroading.
  Most slot car bodies have basically been whatever fits over the chassis and looks as close to the intended vehicle as possible regardless of scale.   The same make and model vehicle can be different scales depending on the make and model of the chassis designed to go under it.   A wide variety and range of scales have been used for vehicles to run on HO slot car tracks.   Marchon sold F-15 Jet Fighters that are tiny next to the Jeremy McGrath Dirt Bikes that Mattel sold.   Micro Scalextric sold Star Wars vehicles which like Marchon's Jets are to wide to pass each other, so the objective is to knock the other vehicle off the track.
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You also get Scale Distance Charts for all of the common Tracks available from most manufacturers.
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