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Diecast cars are the ultimate collectors item

Nearly everyone can recall spending hours playing with diecast cars during their childhood. Diecast cars are timeless collectables which attract peoples attention for many reasons. Some are purely ornamental, and others are destined to crash, skid, and dive around the kitchen while mum or dad is making tea.

Perhaps you simply appreciate the intricate features of these cars, collect them as a hobby, or wish to share your love of cars with your own children by introducing them to Diecast cars and antique toy vehicles.

Models and makes

Unlike the transient popular plastic toys of today, diecast toys are long-lasting, durable and solid, and can be passed on down through the generations in Australia.

Perhaps you love historical memorabilia in general, or you are chasing specific road or race cars. Alternatively, you may want the latest supercars or are looking for models of cars you have owned, or wished you had.

You can collect Diecast model cars for your favourite makes, such as Ford road cars, Jaguars, or Mustangs. Perhaps you have an allegiance to classics from your childhood like Corgi, Hot Wheels, Maisto, or Matchbox.

Your collection is what you make of it

You can collect by decade, vehicle type, or your favourite colour. It can also be super fun when you find different versions of your favourite model.

The detail found in these tiny models is impressive, and the quality of the older diecast toys is a real credit to the engineering and craftsmanship of the time. Some models come with lighting effects, working steering and even leather upholstery.

Classic Carlectables

Quirky features, like windows that open and moveable antennas, certainly add value to these model cars, as does original packaging.

Top brands include Autoart, Exoto and Maisto. It almost goes without saying that Diecast cars which are no longer produced are incredibly popular and collectable, so finding the model you are wishing for could take a bit longer to become available than you would like.

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