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Rextoys was a Portuguese manufacturer that is no longer in business. In their day, they made a full range of vintage 1:43 vehicles, including some military-related products. Each of these vehicles comes packaged in an attractive acrylic display case.

Launched in 1987, the range consisted of a wide variety of replica Cadillacs, Packards, Fords, Lincolns, Chevrolets, Pierce Arrows, Chryslers, Buicks and Rolls Royce automobiles. Many of the cars hadnt been produced to date and were selected by the President of the company, Count Antonio Giansanti Coluzzi (1915), owner of a company called Fulgurex (Fulgur x Rex -''The king of the lightning flash''), an enterprise designed to produce and distribute the finest model trains. He wanted to create a "museum" of dream cars, living proof of what was the great era of the automobile, historically, industrially and artistically.

Before its demise, Rextoys was to become a collection of "royal miniatures", designed from original plans and constructed of diecast metal with lots of chrome appointments.

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1935 US Army Ford Staff Car
1935 US Army Ford Staff Car (1:43 Scale)
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President Franklin Roosevelt referred to Detroit as the "Arsenal of Democracy." The Ford Motor Company played a pivotal role in the allied victory during World War I and World War II. As a pacifist, Henry Ford had expressed that war was a waste of time, Ford did not want to profit from it. Henry Ford was concerned that the Nazis during the 1930s might nationalize his factories in Germany.
1935 Ford 4-Door Detroit Fire Car
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The 1935 Ford was a thorough refresh on the popular V8-powered Ford. The four-cylinder Model A engine was no longer offered, leaving just the 221 inĀ³ (3.6 L) V8 to power every Ford car and truck. The transverse leaf spring suspension remained, but the front spring was relocated ahead of the axle to allow more interior volume. The body was lowered and new "Center-Poise" seating improved comfort.
1935 Ford Nestle Delivery Van
1935 Ford Nestle Delivery Van (1:43 Scale)
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The 1935 Ford was a thorough refresh on the popular V8-powered Ford. The four-cylinder Model A engine was no longer offered, leaving just the 221 inĀ³ (3.6 L) V8 to power every Ford car and truck. The transverse leaf spring suspension remained, but the front spring was relocated ahead of the axle to allow more interior volume. The body was lowered and new "Center-Poise" seating improved comfort.
1935 Ford Michelin Delivery Van - Brown
1935 Ford Michelin Delivery Van - Brown (1:43 Scale)
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The 1935 Ford was a thorough refresh on the popular V8-powered Ford. The four-cylinder Model A engine was no longer offered, leaving just the 221 inĀ³ (3.6 L) V8 to power every Ford car and truck. The transverse leaf spring suspension remained, but the front spring was relocated ahead of the axle to allow more interior volume. The body was lowered and new "Center-Poise" seating improved comfort.
1935 Ford 2-Door Chicago Fire Car
1935 Ford 2-Door Chicago Fire Car (1:43 Scale)
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The 1935 Ford was a thorough refresh on the popular V8-powered Ford. The four-cylinder Model A engine was no longer offered, leaving just the 221 inĀ³ (3.6 L) V8 to power every Ford car and truck. The transverse leaf spring suspension remained, but the front spring was relocated ahead of the axle to allow more interior volume. The body was lowered and new "Center-Poise" seating improved comfort.
1938 Cadillac V16 2-Door Convertible - Yellow
1938 Cadillac V16 2-Door Convertible - Yellow (1:43 Scale)
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In 1932, after Cadillac suffered from record low sales and charges of discrimination against black customers, Alfred Sloan created a committee to consider the discontinuation of the Cadillac line.
1938 Cadillac V16 2-Door Convertible - Light Blue
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In 1932, after Cadillac suffered from record low sales and charges of discrimination against black customers, Alfred Sloan created a committee to consider the discontinuation of the Cadillac line.
1940 Packard Super Eight Sedan - Gray
1940 Packard Super Eight Sedan - Gray (1:43 Scale)
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Packard was a United States based brand of luxury automobile built by the Packard Motor Car Company of Detroit, Michigan, and later by the Studebaker-Packard Corporation of South Bend, Indiana. The first Packard automobiles were produced in 1899 and the brand went off the market in 1958. Packard automobiles are highly sought after by collectors today, and the marque enjoys an active collectors club system.
1938 Cadillac Torpedo - Pope John XXIII
1938 Cadillac Torpedo - Pope John XXIII (1:43 Scale)
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In 1932, after Cadillac suffered from record low sales and charges of discrimination against black customers, Alfred Sloan created a committee to consider the discontinuation of the Cadillac line.
   
 
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