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Kenworth Diecast Cars, Trucks and Vans

Modelled to scale against full-sized vehicles, Kenworth diecast trucks include everything that you'd expect—the same Kenworth shapes and profiles, spoilers, sleepers and other features that you'll see on trucks on the road. Detail may include numerous movable parts, such as opening doors, changeable wheels and the ability to hitch on additional trailers. There are various manufacturers of Kenworth diecast trucks, such as Matchbox, KinSmart, New-Ray and Corgi. Collect them according to one or more of various themes, such as colour, type, tankers, freighters, dump trucks, car movers or promotional branding. Join a road train, get a convoy together or just get one big rig to call your own.

Vintage Diecast Cars Trucks Vans

If it's a classic collection you're curating, browse through vintage diecast cars, trucks and vans. For the sports car fan, there are racing model cars of old, such as the Lotus, Cooper, Porsche and Ferrari. If you're a farming and industry enthusiast, you may want to add a Marshal tractor, an old Holden Ute or a Coventry forklift. Van and service vehicle diecast models include classics such as Commer van milk floats, American-style yellow school buses as manufactured by Kenworth, Daimler ambulances, Ford Model A vans and Bedford bus coaches. Get nostalgic about your backpacking days with a VW Combi. As for cars, cruise back in style with replica models of Rolls Royce, Lincoln Continentals and Chevrolets, or for a classic Aussie, maybe a Ford Falcon Panel van, Holden Ute or Monaro would fit your style.

Contemporary Diecast Cars Trucks Vans

If modern collectables are more your thing, check out contemporary diecast cars, trucks and vans. Go racing with Bathurst and Le Mans supercars, including replicas of Jamie Whincup's Holden and Craig Lowndes' Fords, Commodores and Holdens. For Australian League Football fans, there's AFL branded cars, trucks and transporters. If you're a film buff or cartoon devotee, popular paint jobs on diecast model vehicle collectables include Disney and Marvel characters and themes, Dukes of Hazzard, Scooby Doo, The Simpsons and James Bond.


Diecasting refers to the manufacture of the main body of the vehicle. Melted metal, either molten lead or zinc alloy with aluminium and copper, is poured into moulds to create each vehicle body. Other parts of the model vehicles may include rubber, glass, plastic and other types of metal components.

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