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      Krazy Caterpillar has curated collection of Die-Cast Scale models from brands like Mini Gt, Bburago, Maisto, Majorette, Jada, Bruder, Hotwheels, MatchBox, Para64, M2 Machines, Solido etc. 

      Realistic models of Scale  1:10, 1:12, 1:18, 1:24, 1:32, 1:43, 1:64 are available.

      What does die-cast scale model mean?

      A die-cast scale model refers to a miniature replica of a vehicle or object that has been produced using the die-casting method. Die-casting is a manufacturing process that involves forcing molten metal into a mold cavity under high pressure. This method allows for the creation of detailed and accurately shaped objects, making it particularly suitable for producing scale models of vehicles.

      In the context of die-cast scale models, these replicas are often made of metal, typically zinc or a zinc-aluminum alloy. The die-casting process allows for the creation of intricate details, such as realistic features of the vehicle's body, interior, and other components.

      Die-cast scale models come in various scales, such as 1:64, 1:43, 1:24, and 1:18, as mentioned in your previous question. These models are popular among collectors, hobbyists, and enthusiasts who appreciate the craftsmanship, accuracy, and attention to detail that go into creating these miniature versions of real vehicles. Die-cast scale models can replicate a wide range of vehicles, including cars, trucks, motorcycles, airplanes, and more.

      What does Scale 1:64/1:43/1:24/1:18 mean?

      The scale notation you provided (1:64, 1:43, 1:24, 1:18) is commonly used in the context of model cars, die-cast cars, and other miniature replicas. It represents the ratio between the size of the model and the size of the real vehicle it is replicating.

      For example:

      • In a 1:64 scale model, every inch (or centimeter) on the model represents 64 inches (or centimeters) on the real vehicle.
      • In a 1:43 scale model, every inch (or centimeter) on the model represents 43 inches (or centimeters) on the real vehicle.
      • In a 1:24 scale model, every inch (or centimeter) on the model represents 24 inches (or centimeters) on the real vehicle.
      • In a 1:18 scale model, every inch (or centimeter) on the model represents 18 inches (or centimeters) on the real vehicle.

      In general, the smaller the second number in the scale, the larger the model is relative to the real object. So, a 1:18 scale model will be larger than a 1:64 scale model of the same vehicle. These scales are commonly used in the hobbyist and collector communities to standardize the size of model cars and other vehicles.

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