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Case IH Tractor Diecast Vehicles

Case IH has a reputation throughout the UK for producing reliable tractors, combine harvesters and agricultural tools. The company also sells its products in a number of international markets. As a result of its celebrated heritage and commercial success, Case IH tractor diecast vehicles are produced as toys and models to various scales.

There are modern and vintage diecast vehicles of Britain's Case IH tractors available. Each model is designed to be as authentic as the real tractors manufactured by Case IH used on farms all over the world.

Diecast Case IH toy tractors

Diecast Case IH model tractors are popular with diecast vehicle collectors, tractor enthusiasts and children of ages three and above. Case IH to scale diecast replicas are made by toy manufacturers Tomy and model specialist, Universal Hobbies. They are manufactured to a realistic level of detail in three scales: 1:16, 1:3 and 1:64.

Many of the diecast farm vehicles have moving parts. Common features include opening bonnets that reveal a detailed engine, height adjustable rear hitches, active steering and rotating wheels with realistic rubber tyre.

Universal Hobbies Case IH models

Universal Hobbies is a specialist model car and vehicle maker. The range of Universal Hobbies Case IH diecast vehicles are made to a higher level of detail. These products are generally considered to be more suitable for ages 14+. Universal Hobbies diecast vehicles are more like models than toys and the intricate detail they produce means that they have fragile parts.

Case IH diecast toys

Diecast toys are made of metal and can include plastic, rubber, or glass details. The die casting process forces molten metal into the cavity of a mould at high pressure. The metals used for most diecast models are usually non-ferrous metals, such as copper, zinc, aluminium, magnesium, pewter and tin based alloys. In the past, lead would also have been used, but as this metal is now known to be poisonous, its use in toy production has since become illegal.

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