Product Gallery: Automobiles by Yat Ming

Prototype:1948 Ford F-1 (prototype info site)
Model Manufacturer:Yat Ming
Model Manufacturer ID:64006
Year Introduced:2007
Product Type:Die-cast
Category:Pickup
Length:model: 15'8"; prototype: 15'9"
Width:model: 6'6"; prototype: 6'4"
Height:model: 6'; prototype: 6'3"
Wheelbase:model: 9'5"; prototype: 9'6"
Model Article:visit site
The prototype truck was produced from 1948 to 1952. The driver's side doesn't have an outside mirror. The model has a single driver's side windshield wiper, which apparently was standard at the time (an upgrade option was to have two windshield wipers). The chrome bumpers and grill were accurate for the first year. After that they were painted silver. The wheels are free-rolling, and the tires are made out of a rubber-like material. The hood opens to reveal the model's engine.
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photo © Peter Vanvliet
Prototype:1953 Ford F-100
Model Manufacturer:Yat Ming
Year Introduced:2007
Product Type:Die-cast
Category:Pickup
Various colors available.
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photo © Carl McAbee
Prototype:1938 Ford Pickup (prototype info site)
Model Manufacturer:Yat Ming
Model Manufacturer ID:64200
Product Type:Die-cast
Category:Pickup
Length:model: 15'9"
Width:model: 16'1"
Height:model: 6'
Wheelbase:model: 9'4"
The hood opens, but the doors don't. The wheels roll freely.
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photo © Peter Vanvliet
Prototype:1950 GMC pickup
Model Manufacturer:Yat Ming
Model Manufacturer ID:64002
Year Introduced:2007
Product Type:Die-cast
Category:Pickup
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photo © Carl McAbee
Prototype:1937 Mack Truck Mack Jr (prototype info site)
Model Manufacturer:Yat Ming
Model Manufacturer ID:64012
Year Introduced:2007
Product Type:Die-cast
Category:Pickup
Length:model: 15'6"
Width:model: 6'
Height:model: 6'1"
Wheelbase:model: 9'6"; prototype: 10'
The Mack Truck company, based In Allentown, Pennsylvania, made a total of a little over 2,200 of these pickups. It had a 6-cylinder engine. The model has free-rolling wheels, and the tires are out of a rubber-like material. Only the doors of this model open up.
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photo © Peter Vanvliet
Prototype:1937 Studebaker Express
Model Manufacturer:Yat Ming
Model Manufacturer ID:642002
Year Introduced:2007
Product Type:Die-cast
Category:Pickup
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photo © Carl McAbee

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