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Tomica Limited Vintage Neo Ferrari 512 TR

512TR is the next favourite car we like the most, among all Ferrari super cars produced as yet.

Tomica Limited Vintage Neo Caltex Honda Civic EG6 SiR

Crossover by Caltex and Tomytec, this Honda Civic EG6 SiR was introduced to celebrate the Guinness World Records® title for the “Fastest ascent up Doi Chiang mountain, Thailand, by car”, fuelled by Caltex and Techron.

Tomica Limited Vintage Neo Taiyou ni Hoero! Vol.06 Toyota Mark-II GT Twin Turbo from Episode 695 – “The Girl in the Red Dress”

An interesting car as it was featured on a TV episodes of a prime-time detective series called “Taiyou ni Hoero!”.

Tomica Limited Vintage 5000km to Glory Datsun Bluebird 1600SSS

Tomytec released this special vehicle to commemorate the 30th anniversary of the death of actor Yujiro Ishihara. Ishihara acted in the movie “5000km to Glory” (栄光への5000キロ), which he drove a Datsun Bluebird in the 1969 East African Safari Rally. This model replicates the vehicle seen in the movie.

Tomica Limited Vintage Neo Crazy Ken’s Car Club Cedric

A collaboration with the Crazy Ken’s Band in Japan, Tomica produced this Crazy Ken’s Car Club vehicle based on the Nissan Cedric real-life car in the 1970’s.