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How to judge the grade of die-cast model car

Nowadays, there are more and more die-cast model car fans. How to judge the grade of a die-cast model car has become the basic skill of every car fan. I hope that reading this article will help you.

1. mode ratio

This is basic common sense. The ratios of mainstream car models are 12:12, 1:18, 1:24, 1:32, 1:43, 1:64, 1:72, etc. Generally, the larger the ratio, the more refined it is. The number of parts and accessories is also larger than the small proportion.

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2.static car model

Foreign investors usually call the simulated car model DieCastCar, and the name of the remote control car model is RadioControlcar (RCcar for short). Therefore, the difference between the remote control mode and the static mode is that the remote control mode is in motion, while the static car model is mainly used for display and collection. It brings people feelings and spiritual pleasure from the appearance, details, etc., and realizes the real The god of cars.

3.manufacturer’s approval

The most basic difference between car models and car toys is that to produce a car model, the first step is not to find a car model factory, but to bid and apply for a real car manufacturer. Only after passing the review of the real car manufacturer and obtaining the license, can the manufacturer discuss cooperation and design with you. Special mention should be made of racing products such as F1. Generally speaking, there are many advertisements on racing cars, many of which are authored by these advertisers. That’s why the sports car series models are more expensive than ordinary car models.

4.Mode details

The minutiae are the criteria for distinguishing high-end products. Each car brand has different requirements for model manufacturers, and the price range is naturally different, so the price is more expensive in the details. It can be judged by weight, number of parts, paint material, characteristic function, window glass, chassis, engine, smoothness of the gap, etc.

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