Though technology drives the majority of the modern world, a handful of items from eras past continue to hold the attention of today's Americans. Among those are diecast vehicles, particularly models dating from the early 1940's through '60's. As those items continue their journey to fame, they are becoming more difficult for collectors to find. This comes as no surprise to Frank Thomas of Fairfield Collectibles who has watched the nation's obsession with — Diecast cars surge over the last two decades. In light of this development, Thomas has launched the company's newly expanded lineup.
Said Thomas, "We've been part of the world of diecast collectibles since 1995, and during that time, we've done our part to bring a number of new elements to America's collectors. When we first opened our doors, the selection was small and limited to 1:24 scale. We introduced larger 1:18 scale models on a much broader and more accurate level, prompting an array of manufacturers to join the movement. With our latest expansion, we're bringing collectors across the nation a number of additional models to choose from as well as plenty of interesting new features."
Among the company's lineup is the 1941 Packard Super Eight 180. Manufactured by Greenlight, this 1:18 scale in blue represents Packard's top-of-the-line luxury model from only one year before production ceased at the hands of World War II. Collectors also favor the 1950 Harley-Davidson Chevy 3100 with its matching Heritage Springer in 1:24 scale. An array of additional makes and models ranging from muscle cars and campers of the 1950's and '60's to today's Porsches and pickups are also available.
Many of the company's models come with traditional features like opening doors, trunks and hoods. Some offer wired engines as well as functional suspension and steering. Certain high-end vehicles likewise feature genuine leather interiors, movable windshield wipers and sun visors, pivoting and tilting bucket seats and working glove compartment doors. More information as well as the company's complete inventory can be found at FairfieldCollectibles.com.
Concluded Thomas, "We offer thousands of models, both foreign and domestic, representing all major manufacturers and at much lower prices than other sources. We're proud to be the nation's leading supplier of diecast vehicles for more than two decades. This new expansion is simply the latest step in our goal of becoming the largest diecast collectibles catalog and internet retailer in America, and we'll continue to broaden our selection as new models and manufacturers enter the mix."
About Fairfield Collectibles:
Established in 1995, Fairfield Collectibles changed the landscape of the American diecast collectibles industry. Continually bringing new options to the market, the company has grown to become the largest die-cast and collectibles catalog and website in America.
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