Which Diecast model cars actually roll?
Seat belts on. Ready... Steady … Go…!
Your diecast model car is not rolling. For the grade model car collectors, the biggest confusion is that which model cars rolls and which does not.
In this blog, we will find out which 64-scale model cars have rolling tires and which are static. We have lined up models from all the major brands. In the list below, we have mentioned which models are going to be a part of this race.
- Peako Model / Microturbo
- One Model
- Tarmac Works
- Mini GT
- Hobby Japan
- Ignition Model
- INNO 64
Without further ado, let’s head towards the downhill race ramp.
- TOMYTEC VS INNO64
Yahoo… So, Tomytec won the race. These brands cars are known for their rolling wheels. They have got super suspension metal that makes them rolling die-cast cars. Meanwhile, INNO 64 although are static models. But they have great detailing giving them perfect look.
- HOBBY JAPAN VS TARMAC WORKS
Whoops… None of them are rolling model cars. Both of these makers present some of the fine model cards in market. They have got attractive display and meticulous finishing.
- IGNITION MODEL VS MINI GT
Here it is… the results are already predicted. Mini GT got super flexible rolling tires. On the other hand, Ignition models are more on the static display family.
- PEAKO MODEL VS ONE MODEL
PEAKO Model / Microturbo model is definitely a rolling one. It has smooth movement. Along with that, it also got super suspension that is added bonus to it.
PEAKO is going to present a brand new MR2 model. Meanwhile, ONE model is soon going to dominate the market with HONDA Civic EG6 Rocket Bunny.
So, at the end, we can say that most of the brands offer static model cars. Meanwhile, PEAKO Model and TOMYTEC present the rolling models.
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