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  1. Hi all, some of you may have seen the underfloor of this car already. It has been built as a slot car from scratch, that's why it's the most stable slot car we have so far. Some facts: 7 studs wide. Fits 3 whole minifigs, even 4, when omitting the rear windows. To my own surprise it is possible to seat 2 figs side by side even in such a setup which increases the possibilities very much. Don't know why I haven't tried this before ... The car has the usual slot car chassis with moveable rear and steerable front axle, see www.flickr.com/photos/er0l/10383446935/. Windscreen see www.flickr.com/photos/er0l/11066311676/ Credits: Misterzumbi (www.flickr.com/photos/47504763@N05/6967047801/) Henrik Hoexbroe (www.flickr.com/photos/hxmiesa/7222860256/) Rear: Four passengers: On a trip in NYC: Here you can find a video of the Checker moving. It was filmed during an endurance test with the Checker driving nearly a kilometre. C&c welcome as usual, thanks for looking.