What is a Scale Model?
A scale model is most generally a physical model of an object that maintains accurate relationships between its important aspects, although absolute values of the original properties need not be preserved. This enables it to demonstrate some behavior or property of the original object without examining the original object itself. The most familiar scale models represent the physical appearance of an object in miniature, but there are many other kinds.
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1:12 Scale - While uncommon a number of manufacturers have produced highly detailed model cars on this very large scale.
1:18 Scale - The most common scale for "large"
diecast models. Made popular by brands such as Bburago, Maisto, AutoArt,
and Biante Classics.
1:24 Scale - Previously a very popular scale for
larger models which has reduced in popularity of late. Very close to the
scale of garden model railways and collector dolls houses.
1:32 Scale - A common scale for Slot Cars.
1:43 Scale - The most popular scale for diecast
model cars. Traditionally known as the "Collectors Scale" it allows for a
good mix of detail and price.
1:50 Scale - A common scale for earthmoving and truck models.
1:64 Scale - Matchbox and Hot Wheels use this scale
to describe their vehicles, although the actual scale of the individual
models varies from 1:55 to beyond 1:100
1:76 Scale - Very close in size to HO/OO scale popular in model railways.