Hey everybody! My problem is that the garage is only 29 feet long.
Paul, my situation was just about the same as yours. My track post might help. I think I have the best set up I could possibly have with space constraints. I'm in a small bungalow, so my house is about the same length you have to work with. Basically I got a 20ft test track, but asked for a few parts to be swapped out. I ordered a single lane 20ft track BUT with a full size start section, full size stop section, and a full size double lane stand. I didn't need a double lane stand, but they don't make a single lane full size stand. Plus that will enable me to expand in the future to 2 lanes if I ever need to. It ends up to be about a 26ft track. Worked out great for me!
Thanks for the info X-ring! I think I can fit a 35 footer in my garage from corner to corner which would be fine during the winter. I'd love to have a 2 lane with timers and remote start. Better start saving I guess.
I just got my hands on 4 section's of single lanes, all I need is the full size start section, curve and stop section and ill have a 42' single lane. I've been thinking about selling this to the pack, they are doing better now and could afford it. I bought it because both packs in town couldnt afford a track. I've been running both pack races for 4 years now.
Thanks! That was my very first car, and still my favorite cosmetically. It was very inconsistant it's 1st time out. I sent it in proxy to KY. It wasn't until it's 3-4th run down the track that Lucky figured out it had to be staged very tight against the rail, it ran very well after he figured that out I think it had a bad bend in the FD axle.