Best Toy Models You Need to Have in Your Collection
We all love cars, but there are so many different models that it can be hard to know where to start. So whether you want to start a magnificent diecast car model collection or want to play with your friends, we've put together this list of the best toy car models you need in your collection!
NIB 1:32 Scale F6F-5 Hellcat -VF -27 Princeton (CVL-23) October 1944
Figure 1 F65 Hellcat diecast inspired by the aircraft used against the Japanese in World War 2 and Korean War.
The F6F-5 Hellcat was the last production aircraft powered by an inline radial engine, and it was built in October 1944 at Naval Air Station Quonset Point in Rhode Island. The Hellcat saw action against Japanese forces during World War II, including combat missions in the Korean War (1950–1953).
This 1:32 scale model is considered the ultimate in accuracy and detail. It looks so real you'll think it's a photo that has been airbrushed, but it's not! The paint job on this F6F-5 Hellcat is remarkable, as are the details on its engine bay, cockpit and wings.
This particular diecast model comes with an extensive set of pad-applied markings and display stands too!
NIB Autoart Diecast 1:18 2019 Ford GT #69 Ryan Briscoe Richard Westbroo
Figure 2The 2019 Le Mans 24-Hour race saw Ford Chip Ganassi Team USA take to the grid with the Ford GT.
The model car is a 1:18 scale Ford GT of Ryan Briscoe and Richard Westbroo's race car. It was released by Autoart in 2019 and has been on the market since then.
It comes with a removable cover and real rubber tires, and has a highly detailed exterior and interior, making it the best car model to display at home or office!
Diecast 1:18 1969 Ford Mustang BOSS 429 - John Wicks
Figure 3As featured in the John Wick (2014) movie
The 1969 Ford Mustang BOSS 429 - John Wicks is a diecast model car manufactured by Acme. It measures 1:18 scale, which means it's much larger than most other car models in this line of toys.
The limited edition model comes with fully functional hood hinges, a working driveshaft and real rubber tires, making this a must-have in your diecast collection. Check out this beauty on Jay Leno’s Garage