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Looking for classic white wall drag slicks

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Would someone point me in the right direction of some aftermarket 1/25th scale white wall drag slicks? Like the ones in these pictures

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Look for AMT "Custom & Competition / M&H Racemaster Dragster Slicks from round2models.com. They offer four pair in the box. 1 set of Wide Whites, 1 set of Raised White Letter, 1 pair of Narrow Whites and 1 pair of White & Red stripe tires. 

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1 hour ago, TransAmMike said:

Apparently out of business. If not I'd like to know, looks like good stuff.

Someone can correct me if I am wrong, but I believe https://www.modelhaustires.com/ is indeed still in business. The link for the "contact" portion of the web page is bad, otherwise I would suggest dropping them a line.

I believe one of the Holthaus' sons are keeping a portion of their wheel & tire inventory alive after the closing of the main business. That closure still makes me sad, but if they have a long & happy retirement, they deserve it after serving the scale modelling community so well for so long.

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57 minutes ago, gtx6970 said:

Good to know. I used to buy up the Monogram Li'l Coffin kits to rob their big & little wide whites.

Replicas & Miniatures of Maryland used to offer some white wall tire and drag slicks as well, and while I never ordered any, if the products are anything like their other resin offerings, quality will be top tier.

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Nope, if you click on the "Contact" its not a valid link so no way I can see to contact them.  What a shame, such a cool tire collection.

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3 hours ago, TransAmMike said:

Nope, if you click on the "Contact" its not a valid link so no way I can see to contact them.  What a shame, such a cool tire collection.

Mike, that website is very poorly designed (likely by an amateur) and incomplete.  Just add whatever items you want to buy to the cart, then go to checkout.

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Yep, I did a test and added a set of tires to the cart and went to checkout.  It took it, $5.20 shipping on $10.00 set of tires.

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