I believe the Matchbox transformer box came with one of those racing sets, the kind that have pistol grips that control the speed of the car.
The tick is good.That, and sound effects that sound more like the tracker beeps and less like a 19th century ticking clock.
I did a bit of research on this and the transformer comes with the Matchbox Powertrack series. NOT the Powertrack 1000 though, that one needs batteries. But the Powertrack 2000 series and up, all have the correct transformer. But it's black and not orange/red like the one in the tutorial.I believe the Matchbox transformer box came with one of those racing sets, the kind that have pistol grips that control the speed of the car.
Do you have any pictures of that knob?Did you find the calculator piece? I gave up with that.
The rotary switch is funny... in all the scenes where I can spot it, it looks nothing like the one on Master Replicas MT, which is identical to the one seen in the tutorials.
The screen used looks like an alluminium volume control, flat with "rugged" circumference (see scene when Hicks is cutting through the floor grid to get Newt, the MT lays on the floor and you can notice the rotary switch... nothing like the Master Replicas/tutorials)
I just had a quick scan through the DVD and couldn't spot another shot where you see that part closeley.That's it... that's the only one I've seen in the film. Feel free to prove me wrong
As far as I know, Kango shut down and was absorbed by another company. You don't find Kango tools in shops anymore. But I'm interested to know what you can find.i need anything extra someone might have . I am collection for both trackers currently. I am going to run some interest ads for the kango 426 and as a few friends that are construction contractors about them in general. i think getting on non-working might be possible. who know. Not going to do anything until i can find that thing