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First launched in 1992, these models represent one of the most important parts of the American transportation industry playing a vital role in the US economy. All are crafted in 1:43 scale, these models are highly desirable and collectable with many new releases being introduced on a regular basis.

31 models found
1953 Crosley Delivery
US 36s

These cars had a monocoque aluminium body and a 725cc engine that produced 27 bhp. This was a four-cylinder engine with an overhead camshaft that was easily more highly tuned. This car, with a length of 12’ 6”, was 9 3/4 shorter than a VW Beetle and with a top speed of 75 mph was really dangerously fast.

This delivery vehicle is a standard Crosley underneath but it has had the rear seats removed to allow it to be used as a delivery van. This van, like the car version, dates from 1951.

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US 36

These cars had a monocoque aluminium body and a 725cc engine that produced 27 bhp. This was a four-cylinder engine with an overhead camshaft that was easily more highly tuned. This car, with a length of 12’ 6”, was 9 3/4 shorter than a VW Beetle and with a top speed of 75 mph was really dangerously fast. This delivery vehicle is a standard Crosley underneath but it has had the rear seats removed to allow it to be used as a delivery van. This van, like the car version, dates from 1951.

1950 Studebaker Wrecker
US 32
Studebaker started back in 1852 at South Bend, Indiana, building horse-drawn wagons. The 1950’s brochure said ‘Extra driver comfort in the roomy, big-vision Studebaker cab! You get easy-chair comfort, and the world’s finest ventilating system!’ This model is the wrecker version.
1953 Dodge Semi Tractor
US 31a
The short turning radius of these ‘C.O.E.’ (cab-over-engine) models made for easier handling at docks, in narrow streets and for curb parking. The cabs were full width, roomy and comfortable with no projecting housing above the floor to crowd the driver.
1953 Dodge Semi Tractor
US 31
The short turning radius of these ‘C.O.E.’ (cab-over-engine) models made for easier handling at docks, in narrow streets and for curb parking. The cabs were full width, roomy and comfortable with no projecting housing above the floor to crowd the driver.
1951 White Mustang Tractor WC 22
US 30a
In 1949 White made a further development to the WA and WB series of trucks and the WC range was born. This bonneted range was set to become one of White’s best-sellers during the 1950’s.
1951 White Mustang Tractor WC 22
US 30
In 1949 White made a further development to the WA and WB series of trucks and the WC range was born. This bonneted range was set to become one of White’s best-sellers during the 1950’s.
1950 Studebaker 2R Semi Trailer
US 27s
Studebaker started back in 1852 at South Bend, Indiana, building horse-drawn wagons. The 1950’s brochure said ‘Extra driver comfort in the roomy, big-vision Studebaker cab! You get easy-chair comfort, and the world’s finest ventilating system!’ This 2-ton tractor unit was ahead of its time, filled with many safety features and would have been seen daily on the US highways.
1950 Studebaker 2R Semi Trailer
US 27a
Studebaker started back in 1852 at South Bend, Indiana, building horse-drawn wagons. The 1950’s brochure said ‘Extra driver comfort in the roomy, big-vision Studebaker cab! You get easy-chair comfort, and the world’s finest ventilating system!’ This 2-ton tractor unit was ahead of its time, filled with many safety features and would have been seen daily on the US highways.
1950 Studebaker 2R Semi Trailer
US 27
Studebaker started back in 1852 at South Bend, Indiana, building horse-drawn wagons. The 1950’s brochure said ‘Extra driver comfort in the roomy, big-vision Studebaker cab! You get easy-chair comfort, and the world’s finest ventilating system!’ This 2-ton tractor unit was ahead of its time, filled with many safety features and would have been seen daily on the US highways.
1948 Logging Trailer with Logs
US 24
Date Deleted: January 1, 2003
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Production Run : 2001 - 2003..
1947 Autocarrier 4 Car Semi Trailer
US 20
Date Deleted: January 1, 2003
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Production Run : 2001 - 2003..
1951 Crosley Super Station Wagon
US 18a
These cars had a monocoque aluminium body and a 725cc engine that produced 27 bhp. This was a four-cylinder engine with an overhead camshaft that was easily more highly tuned. This car, with a length of 12’ 6”, was 9 3/4 shorter than a VW Beetle and with a top speed of 75 mph was really dangerously fast.
1951 Crosley Super Station Wagon
US 18
These cars had a monocoque aluminium body and a 725cc engine that produced 27 bhp. This was a four-cylinder engine with an overhead camshaft that was easily more highly tuned. This car, with a length of 12’ 6”, was 9 3/4 shorter than a VW Beetle and with a top speed of 75 mph was really dangerously fast.
1949 Willys Jeep Pick-Up
US 17s
Date Deleted: January 1, 2002
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Production Run : 1999 - 2002..
1949 Willys Jeep Pick-Up
US 17
Date Deleted: January 1, 2002
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Production Run : 1999 - 2002.
1969 Plymouth Fury GTX
US 16b
Date Deleted: January 1, 2007
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Production Run : 1996 - 2007.
1969 Plymouth Fury GTX
US 16a
Date Deleted: January 1, 2007
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Production Run : 1996 - 2007
1937 Studebaker Coupe Express Pick-Up
US 14s
Studebaker offered several body styles on their car-derived Model JS 1/2-ton chassis, including this smart Coupe-Express Pick-up. This model came with a spare tyre mounted in the right front fender well. Front and rear chrome bumpers were standard. The factory price was around $647.
1937 Studebaker Coupe Express Pick-Up
US 14
Studebaker offered several body styles on their car-derived Model JS 1/2-ton chassis, including this smart Coupe-Express Pick-up. This model came with a spare tyre mounted in the right front fender well. Front and rear chrome bumpers were standard. The factory price was around $647.

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