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AFX McLaren Watson #7 (#1757w)
This is one of the most sought after F1 HO slot cars. They are extremely rare and expensive.  
Mine is in fare shape and will probably never get replaced.
AFX Williams Bata Din Chile # 8 (1758w)
This is the other car to the set and is also extremely rare and expensive if in good condition. Mine is missing several paper decals, but is otherwise in excellent shape.
AFX Williams Saudia #1
(1787)
Produced in 1983
The Williams Saudia is the same body style as the Watson and Bata Din. 
AFX Williams Saudia #27
(1787)
Unknown if car was produced
NOTE:
AFX collector Chris Miller (USA) confirmed the existence of this car. It must have been a Test Shot and is #27.
The "color picture" was provided by a friend Niklas Lofroth who lives in Sweden.
If you look at the picture carefully, you will see it does not have a slot car chassis, but uses extended foam tires to center them for the picture. It does use the same production number as the released #1.
AFX Lotus Essex # 11
(# 2893)
Produced in 1983
Shiny foil or aluminum decals
Rare
AFX Lotus Essex # 11 
 (# 2893)
Produced in 1983
WHITE PAPER DECALS
"EXTREMELY RARE"
Not currently in the collection.

Click Here to see an original ESSEX decal sheet by AFX
AFX Ligier #26
(1785)
Produced in 1982
This is one of my favorite cars and is the only one in this body style. Pay attention to the low profile front nose and wing, the wedge shape with pointed sides and the tall perfectly placed rear wing.
AFX Tyrrell Candy #3
(1794r)
Produced in 1983
AFX Renault #15
(1788y)
Produced in 1981
AFX Renault #15
(1788ty)
Produced in 1981
This Renault is the rare "translucent yellow" plastic. 
AFX Lotus Madom #3
(1718y)
Produced in 1981
The "Madom Lotus" was in the European catalogue and was factory painted in Spore. I received this information from Albert who was the "Managing Director" of Aurora in Europe. 
Visit his site at www.aurora-afx.nl
AFX Tyrrell Elf # 4
# 1791
First National City
This is a difficult car to find. 
AFX Tyrrell Elf # 4
(# 1738bs)
Produced in 1981
This is the most common version of the five versions of the six wheel Elf cars made.
AFX Tyrrell Elf # 4
(# 1738b)
Produced in 1981
This is one of five versions of the six wheel Elf cars made.
This is the rare stenciled & sticker version. It does not appear to be modified.
AFX Tyrrell Elf # 4
(# 1738b)
Produced in 1981
This is one of five versions of the six wheel Elf cars made.
This is the rare stenciled version.
AFX Tyrrell Elf # 4
(# 1738)
Produced in 1981
This is the MOST expensive version of the six wheel elf. It DOES NOT have the scoop. I was very fortunate to find this car from a collector.
AFX Tyrrell Elf # 2
PROTOTYPE
Al Driessen was the Managing Director of Aurora in Europe.
 After visiting my site, he sent me these pictures of two "Prototype" Tyrrell's. 
The finished
"Yellow Aurora AFX #2"
was pictured in the "Aurora European and Mexican" catalogs.
The blue and white painted was probably and unfinished test shot.
Thank you very much for the pictures Al.

You may visit Al's site at www.aurora-afx.nl
AFX McLaren #11 No Scoop
# 1733wo
This is a very difficult, extremely rare and expensive car to find. 



AFX McLaren # 11
(# 1733w)
Produced in 1979
This is one of three Marlboro cigarette cars.
AFX McLaren # 11
(# 1733wr)
Produced in 1979
This is the red version.
AFX Aurora Tiger # 1
(# 1745wo)
Produced in 1983
This is the S.Solo car.
AFX Aurora # 1
(# 1745w)
Produced in 1983
This car with the scoop is an extremely difficult car to find.
European release.
AFX Aurora # 1
(# 1745w)
Produced in 1983
This car with the scoop and the S. SOLO is an extremely rare and difficult car to find.
AFX Ferrari 312 # 6
(# 1734ry)
Produced in 1979
It is known as the Niki Lauda Ferrari.
AFX Ferrari 312 # 6
(# 1734rc)
Produced in 1979
This is one of my favorite cars. It has the clear windshield.
AFX Ferrari 312 T4 # 2
(# 1740r)
Produced in 1981
AFX Ferrari 312 T4 # 2
(# 1740dr)
Produced in 1981
This is the Extremely Rare DARK RED version.
AFX Lotus # 1
(# 1783)
Produced in 1981
This is the Mario Andretti Lotus.
AFX Lola # 3
(#)
Produced in 1981
This is the British deco version of the Lola.
Click on picture to enlarge.
AFX Yellow Tyrrell
Test Shot
No Production Number

This is a car that was never put into production. 
It may be one of a kind.

Pictures are compliments of 
Francis Van Everbroeck.

Thank You for sharing these with us!
AFX Six Wheel Citizen picture compliments of Francis Van Everbroeck!

Here is the story of this car as per Francis!

The Singapore factory produced the first Aurora AFX Citizen F5000 as a six wheel version. 
This was not the Japanese Tomy AFX Citizen four wheel version. 
The factory simply did not pay attention to the car design. 
The mistake appears to be because of the number of six wheels Tyrrell's made.
Francis knows of two produced in the world, one in Canada and this one.
AFX Lola T330

The picture above and the single pictures of them below are compliments of Bob "Mr2Bob" Carey.
AFX Lola # 3
(#)
Found in a Canadian set only.
Pictures compliments of 
Bob "Mr2Bob" Carey
AFX Lola # 3
(#)
Found in a Canadian set only.
Pictures compliments of 
Bob "Mr2Bob" Carey
AFX Lola # 3
(#)
This car came with and without the stickers and note the chrome rear view mirrors.
Pictures compliments of 
Bob "Mr2Bob" Carey
AFX Lola # 3
(#)
This car came with and without the stickers.
Pictures compliments of 
Bob "Mr2Bob" Carey
Formula 5000 pictures are compliments of Eddie from his collection.
AFFormula 5000
Aurora Indy Specials
Chrome, Red, White & Black
Lili Ledi Aurora Indy Specials - Mexico
Pictures Compliments of Robert Heaton
AFX Lola
(#)
Produced in 1981
Picture compliments of Robert Heaton
Aurora Foyt Indy Specials
Stencil and Sticker
Pictures Compliments of Robert Heaton
AFX McLaren # 11
(# 1733wr)
Produced in 1979
No Marlboro
Compliments of Nikklas Lafroth
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The AFX McLaren, Williams, Lotus, Ligier, Tyrrell, Renault, Ferrari, Lola, Indy Special, F5000

AFX F1 cars were produced between 1978 and 1983 with one exception the Lotus Madom.
The Lotus Madom was made in 1985 and is painted with painted graphics. All of the other F1 cars made between 1978 and 1981 were painted with paper stick on decals. 
 
 There are eleven AFX F1 body styles that replicated eight F1 teams and 12 paint schemes.
Please note the two "Six Wheel Tyrrell Prototypes" as they are a must see.
AFX Aurora # 1
(# 1745w)
Produced in 1983
This car with the scoop has the graphics in a different place. The rear wing is obvious.

Picture compliments of
Tom Dawson