All About Maisto Diecast

Currently located in Fontana, California, the popular Maisto diecast brand got its start as part of the May Cheong Group in Hong Kong. While diecast cars make up a large part of what the company produces, they also make model aircraft, railroad pieces, and even remote-controlled vehicles. Through the combined efforts of their multiple factories, Maisto and the May Cheong Group manufacture many different sizes of vehicles for collectors of all kinds.The offerings of Maisto and the May Cheong Group include many unique custom models in addition to their officially licensed products, such as Hasbro Tonka replicas, and their acquired brands Bburago and Polistil. The success of the Maisto brand really took off in the '90s on a 1/18, with the company gaining even more traction in the years following. Take a look at the wide array of these popular Maisto vehicles available here (http://www.collectablediecast.com/Maisto-Diecast_c_299.html) at Collectable Diecast.

MAISTO OUTLAWS 1/24 1929 FORD MODEL A HOT ROD REDNearly 5 million Ford Model As were sold from 1928-1932, an incredible number that proves the popularity of this iconic vehicle. The 4-cylinder L-head inline engine produced 40 hp, bringing the car to a top speed of only 65 mph. Various models and body types were available, giving this car a wide range of prices and features. Unfortunately for Ford, the large engine made this vehicle difficult to sell in Europe despite the new features like safety glass and an optional rear-view mirror. The versatility of the Ford Model A made it a perfect option for hot rod lovers, however. Even now, this vehicle is still a popular choice for collectors, hot rodders, and model builders all around the world.

Maisto has created an Outlaws 1/24 model of the 1929 Ford Model A Hot Rod. Perfection in red, this gorgeous model is great for collectors of classic cars and hot rods alike. Enjoy all the unique features and body styling as part of your own collection.

MAISTO 1/24 2010 CHEVY CAMARO RS MODERN MUSCLE BLUEAfter a hiatus on the production of Camaros of nearly 8 years, Chevy finally released their fifth generation 2010 Chevy Camaro RS. As a combination of the appeal of the older models along with newer features, this latest model included an option for a V8 engine producing up to 400 hp. Other fancy features were available as well, such as variable-rate power steering, an independent four-wheel suspension system, and launch control on certain models. The RS package included HID headlamps, halo rings, a spoiler, and specially designed wheels and taillamps.

The 2010 Chevy Camaro was quite a popular vehicle, even being seen in the Transformers movie. Now collectors can enjoy this beautiful pony car as part of their own collection. On a 1/24 scale, Maisto has produced the 2010 Chevy Camaro RS Modern Muscle in an attractive blue, complete with all the special RS package features.

MAISTO 1/24 2015 FORD MUSTANG MODERN MUSCLE GOLDAs the original pony car, the Ford Mustang has been incredibly popular since its inception in 1965. With all the changes over the years, the 2015 model was bigger and better than ever. More interior space and a wider body made it a more comfortable ride, while the multiple engine options could give this vehicle from 300 hp with the 3.7 L V6 to 435 hp with the 5.0 L Coyote V8. This model not only got its own documentary, A Faster Horse, but also enjoyed a big increase in sales from the previous few years. Many optional safety features were also available for buyers, such as forward collision warning and cross traffic alert.

In a stunning gold with distinctive stripes running from front to back, this 2015 Ford Mustang Modern Muscle car from Maisto is a work of art. As always, Maisto has reproduced every detail with care and precision on a 1/24 scale. The unique coloring of this model with the familiar and sleek design makes this piece a great option for collectors.

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