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Mazda Diecast Sport Cars and Touring Cars

Mazda began their motoring life in 1931, creating the classic R360 in 1960 and, since that time, they have released many other innovative and desirable cars, all featuring the unique Mazda design identity. In addition to the company's road car history, Mazda have also carved out their own path in the racing world, where they hold the achievement of being the only Japanese manufacturer to date to win the prestigious and notoriously challenging Le Mans 24 Hour Race.

Mazda diecast sport cars and touring cars are a variety of scale model cars, based on designs by the iconic Japanese brand. They are made using the accurate reproduction process of diecast model making.

Sports cars, to touring and racing cars

Various established and reputable diecast producers have made Mazda model cars of different classes. There are diecast sports cars for the open road available such as the MX-5 roadsters and RX-8 coupes, along with touring cars and racing cars for the track, including Mazda's 787B Le Mans 1991 winner and the RX-7 Daytona. Collectors of diecast vehicles will find a range of Mazda sports cars and touring cars to suit them, as will avid fans of Mazda itself.

Mazda diecast producers

The diecast producers who have made Mazda models include such well known and equally well respected brands as IXO, Minichamps, Quartzo, Schuco, Spark and TrueScale Miniatures. Anybody who has owned a model made by one of these companies before will know that they are all very detailed and are of a high quality. The Mazda models they have made are extremely accurate representations of the individual cars and designs on which they are based.

Scale options to suit every collection

For those who will be adding their selected Mazda diecast car to an existing collection of other models of a specific size or scale dimension, there are a choice of scales to be found, depending on the specific car chosen and the diecast producer who has made it. Mazdas of various scales and sizes can be found to fit in with all manner of collections and individual display size requirements.

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