Mitsubishi die cast 1995 Toyo Tires Mitsubishi Eclipse and Mitsubishi die-cast 1995 Mitsubishi Eclipse of The Fast and the Furious web page. Mitsubishi die-cast collectible can be given as a Christmas gift, birthday gift, Father's Day gift, or graduation gift. Mitsubishi die-cast collectible also makes a great gift for-no-reason-at-all. Mitsubishi die cast metal gift can be given to every auto enthusiast, auto model collector, teacher, die cast auto history buff or hobbyist. Die cast cars, diecast trucks, die-cast vans, minivans, and motorcycles, for many worldwide, simply means enjoyment by providing a trip down memory lane.
Die Cast Collectibles, What Are They?
Automobile manufactures, over the years, have created "specialty" automobiles expressly for a company's unique product promotion or advertising needs. Some of these specialty automobiles have been painstakingly replicated, in die cast miniature models. Today these die-cast automobiles are referred to as collectible autos because they are sought after by many collectors worldwide.
Die-Cast Scale Model Explained.
Die cast collectibles, miniature cars, radio controlled automobiles, model cars, model motorcycles, model ships, etc., are scaled down replicas of an original item. A 1:18 scale Mitsubishi die-cast collectible means that the die cast collectible is 1/18th the size of the original Mitsubishi. A 1:24 scale Mitsubishi die-cast collectible means that the die cast collectible is 1/24th the size of the original Mitsubishi. A 1:32 scale Mitsubishi die-cast collectible means that the die cast collectible is 1/32nd the size of the original Mitsubishi. A 1:43 scale Mitsubishi die-cast collectible means that the die cast collectible is 1/43rd the size of the original Mitsubishi. To further illustrate, a 1/18 scale Mitsubishi die-cast collectible automobile means that roughly 18 Mitsubishi die-cast automobiles would need to be stacked on top of each other and placed end-to-end to equal approximately the same size as the originally built Mitsubishi automobile.
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Mitsubishi 1995 Toyo Tires Mitsubishi Eclipse Die Cast Metal Car.
In the late 1980's Chrysler and Mitsubishi formed Diamond Star Motors. A U.S. Factory was dedicated to the production of the new 'pony/GT' car. The Mitsubishi Eclipse appeared in 1990 along with the Eagle Talon and the Plymouth Lazer. New versions of the same basic car, these three models sold well for several years. They included all wheel drive models and turbo-charged models. All but the base level offerings had a DOHC 2.0 liter, 16-valve motor. The three DSM siblings were active in club racing and rallying. In 1995, the Plymouth and Eagle versions were cut but the Mitsubishi Eclipse continued with a new body style. The styling was not well received as the first-generation cars and sales dropped. A New body style appeared in 1999 that is still in Production today. The Popularity of The Fast and the Furious movie cars created a renewed interest in the Eclipse as a tuner model. Make your die cast collection proud, order yours today! More information is available by clicking Mitsubishi die cast metal car.
Mitsubishi 1995 Mitsubishi Eclipse - Fast and The Furious Die-Cast Metal Car.
The Lifestyle of the Fast and the Furious is a world of attitude fueled by nitrous tanks and hot passion for the high-octane excitement of street racing. It's a world of showmanship set against a background of music and fashion, where the cars remain the stars, and your name is only as good as your quarter-mile time! Make your die cast collection proud, order die cast of this Fast and Furious movie star today! More information is available by clicking Mitsubishi die cast metal car.
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