Jada Toys Diecast: Our Favorites

Jada Toys was founded in 1999 in City of Industry, California as a manufacturer of licensed toys, games and collectible. Its diecast model cars, including their Bigtime Kustoms, Dub City and Just Trucks lines, are some of the most popular in the world, featuring realistic models of the best Ford, Chevy and Dodge cars, among others.

Here are some of our favorites:

The 1969 Pontiac GTO Judge possessed high performance power and competed well against the Plymouth Road Runner. It boasted a V8 engine L74 Ram Air Motor and Hurst T-handle shifter. The blackwall G70x14 tires came with no trim rings. Its appearance was enhanced with an impressive stripe, decal and blacked out grill. The Judge was a muscle car that really lived up to the name.


This 1969 Pontiac GTO Judge is an exact and very impressive 1/24 scale limited edition diecast model car produced by Jada Toys. Attention has been given to the intricate detail both inside out, as it existed in the Pontiac GTO itself. Owning this model will put it at the top of the list of your most talked about diecast muscle cars.

Touted as America’s answer to Europe’s fast grand touring vehicles, more than 20,000 of the 1963 Chevrolet Corvette were produced. It was one of the most popular vehicles available as either a roadster or a coupe. As much attention was given to the exterior of this sports car, the same was given to the interior. Truly, the 1963 Corvette was a star of the road.


This diecast version of the 1963 Chevy Corvette Stingray is 1/18 in size and is near identical the real thing. The attention to detail in this Jada Toys diecast muscle car is astounding as seen it its chrome details and rims which appear very impressive against the black interior. If you are looking for a collectable to stand out amongst the rest, then this is your car.

The black and white colors of the 1956 Chevy Bel Air Highway Patrol Police make this vehicle different than other versions, but its facelift really contributes to its uniqueness. For this model, the Bel Air was given a new full width grille, and a not-to-be-missed body side style and housing for the headlights.

1956 Chevy Polic Car Classic

If you feel that something is missing from your diecast police car collection and you don’t have the 1956 Chevy Bel Air, then you need this car. Jada Toys has created an extremely accurate 1/24 scale diecast version of this police car. Its finishing touches mimic this Chevy police car with its decal and lights right down to the intricacies of its chrome engine and finely finished exterior.

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