Refrigerator magnet pictures a vintage 1963 advertisement for Aurora's HO dragster slot cars. Dubbed "Super Model Motoring," Aurora's 1963 O gauge hot rod sets used the Super Thunderjet 500 motor. Two sets were offered, the road course for $24.95 and figure 8 set for $29.95. The advertisement incorporated an illustration that was also used on packaging, picturing a race between a red 1932 chopped Ford sedan known as "Hot Pepper" and a 1929 Ford T bucket, the Slip Stick Vampire. Included with the sets was a speed control with forward and reverse, and remote control brake unit. .