1. Darda does not
recommend that you run your cars on the carpet. (one reason is that
carpet fuzz gets caught in the motor and jams the motor.
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most fun I ever had playing with darda cars when I was younger was with
blocks. After I had exhausted the possibilities of my Darda play set, I
moved onto the drive way on which I had the following:
*caution: playing with Darda Cars this way significantly shortens the lives of the cars. But I played for months this way.
Darda race 'n' go case is okay but it doesn't carry too many cars, and it
looks kind of funky. A nice way to collect your Darda cars is in some 'Tuff
Tainer' plastic containers; you can find them at Home Depot, and Orchard
Supply Hardware each container holds 12 cars and you can see the cars through
the container. Home Depot has a 5 pack of various containers that includes
2 that will hold 12 cars each for @$7.00.
I now use plastic car cases that I have found at Walmart for my collection now. It is called a car garage. You can find it on the same isle as the toy cars. Holds 26-28 cars and opens from both sides; it has two spots for long cars. I hold my Volvo Intercoolers and my dragster in those spots. I use the Tuff tainers to hold duplicates and longer cars that don't fit in the "car garage" cars like the Ultra-speed F1 , Dump Truck , Fire Truck and others.
www.tecnodisplay.com has some really nice glass display cases. I had them make me a case for my collection.