I also will consider other brands in high quality condition to include Marx, Siku, Matchbox Lesney Superfast,  Moko, Tomica, Playart, and other vintage brands.   I also purchase cast iron motorcycles and antique cars & trucks from the 1930’s thru the 1960’s. 
Please see my additional pages (under History) for examples of items I am always looking to acquire.**
Please submit photos of your car before calling Rod.
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HISTORY - TOMICA

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Tomica is the line of die-cast toy vehicles and related products produced by Takara Tomy Co. of Japan (formerly known as Tomy Co.).  Tomy Co. of Japan was founded in 1924[1] and produced various toys throughout its existence, but it was not until 1970 that it started to produce Tomica as a result of the surge of interest in die-cast cars. Although Tomica of various scales have been made, the term “Tomica” when used alone refers to the 3-inch models.  The cars shown are all first issue cars with hub cap style wheels.