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Auto World “True 1:64” Mustang and Camaro

Auto World “True 1:64” Mustang and Camaro

Auto World keeps re-inventing themselves in the smaller scale. First, it was the “True L.E.” series, with its promise of the model’s tooling being destroyed after each production run. Now, it’s this neat “True 1:64” series of painstakingly scaled miniatures of classic muscle cars. To which we say, “wow.” These little beasts are extremely nice, and if our specially-carded Car and Driver 1971 Mustang Mach I and  2013 Camaro ZL-1 top-up convertible are any indication of what the rest of the line will bring, we’re in for owning them all. The models are tightly cast — sharp edges, great decorations, and crisp paint and tampos — and have incredible chassis and interior detailing. Interesting to note that the Mustang has an unpainted metal base and the Camaro rides a black plastic one. Nothing prepared us for the great engine detail under each car’s tightly-fitted hood. Coolest detail? The correct, beautifully scaled wheels and tires these roll on. Little things really do mean a lot. — DCX Staff

1:64 | $3.50 each


Updated: June 4, 2014 — 10:51 AM

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