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Matchbox Vintage Diecast Cars, Trucks and Vans

Matchbox Vintage Diecast Cars Trucks and Vans

Vintage diecast vehicles are always a pleasure to collect. Whether its for the childhood nostalgia or if youre just into collecting rare diecast cars, Matchbox vintage diecast vehicles include many of the iconic models from many decades. Since 1953, Matchbox has been at the forefront of developing cool car toys for every kid, and it still goes strong under the Mattel umbrella. But if youre into their earlier works, you can find plenty floating around.


Produced in the early 1970s, the Matchbox Ford Capri was and featured a deep pink and orange variant, but also comes in the Hot Rocker variant, which has that roadster vibe complete with exposed engine. If you want a car that looks a little more modern, then the Dodge Charger MKIII might just be the vintage diecast car for you. Its the iconic muscle car that got generations of boys into automobiles, and the toy embodies its reputation well with the long bonnet, spacious cabin and intimidating look. If a vintage racing car is missing from your collection, consider the Ledny B.R.M. racing car. It is the symbol of the early days of automobile racing, with its exposed wheels, tubular body and open-top cabin.


Matchbox Morris vintage diecast trucks are great to collect as well. They have the late 30s and early 40s vibe in each vehicle. Take the 1931 Morris London Times Van, for instance. Its the very one used in delivering hot-off-the-press editions back when everyone got their news from the paper. Get the Morris J2 pickup if you want a rare addition to your collection. This humble truck has a short cabin and spacious bed whose design is truly a blast from the past.

Reproduction Parts

Got a car that’s missing a piece? Get it back to shape by buying Matchbox white metal vintage diecast cars, trucks and vans parts. Once you have the part, you can simply paint and attach it to the car. This is a good way to restore the value of vintage pieces as well.

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