Big things with little cars
Big things with little cars

A bunch of the fun, wide Majorette cars I had when I was a kid. 1/55, 1/56 and 1/57 scale, haha!

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These cars had wide stances and were Major fun.

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The Fiero Turbo has a neat body construction, sandwiching the parts together in layers. It works great.

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I don’t even remember any Fiero that ever looked half this cool in real scale.

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The 911 has fun proportions, the wheels sticking out, along with the fenders. The lip spoiler, white interior. Too fun.

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Thankfully this one got an opening door. This one must have done some hard driving in the rain, the axles are a bit rusty but still roll fine.

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Last is this great Countach. With it’s wild striping. The small looking wheels seem to work somehow.

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Oops, somebody must have lost a chunk of the wing driving home from the country club....

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Majorette always built some tough and fun cars.

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These are still so decent and tough, I won’t mind letting my son play with them when he’s past the chucking and gnawing phase.

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