Sites in this category contain personal collections, information and sometimes photos of diecast cars, trucks, and other vehicles. Some were originally designed as toys for children, and others are made primarily for the adult collector.
Listings of Johnny Lightning, Hot Wheels, Matchbox, Racing Champions, Maisto, and Burago.
A guided tour into the world of model cars. Contains models from all over the world, including exotic and extraordinary cars.
Offers diecast bus news and pictures from exclusive first editions, original Omnibus, Corgi Classics, Oxford diecast, ABC, Lledo, and models.
The Internet's biggest model bus community brings you all the latest news and pictures from Exclusive First Editions, Original Omnibus Company, Corgi Classics, Oxford Diecast, ABC, Lledo and Collector's Model.
Insider news, car lists and reviews, online forums, FAQs, and special features for collectors of precision scale model cars. Exclusive offers from manufacturers and retailers.
Provides collector information with a searchable database and features on diecast model vehicles mostly from the 1950's, and 1960's. Includes Dinky, Corgi, Matchbox and others.
A diecast site featuring a message board and diecast club info along with show info.
Buick enthusiast and author of "A Guide to Buick Diecast and Collectibles" from Greensboro, North Carolina.
Deals with Volkswagens and toy Volkswagens (diecast and glass), collecting VW literature, and anything else I find of interest in the hobby.
Features collectible diecast vehicles including cars, trucks, emergency, construction, and farm toys. Pictures and description provided.
Hobbyist shares collection and photographs of Meccano, Matchbox, Dinky, Volvo, Saab, Tootsietoys, and Puch Mopeds.
A developing site aiming to provide a reference collection of models of Ford Thunderbirds. Includes Dinky, Corgi, Matchbox, and over 60 other manufacturers
Collection of diecast models with highly detailed pictures, and links.
A searchable collection of photos of a Tomica collection in a database form.
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