Nuremberg 2012: Uni-Fortune RMZ City 1/64 Diecast Range

Posted by: LaToya in Member Blogs

Here's one for the 3-inch fans. Uni-Fortune are working hard on their RMZ City range of 1/64 scale cars (and supplementary scale-appropriate trucks). They're hoping to get wider US and European distribution this year. All the models are available as standard freewheeling models, pull-backs or with working headlights that shine for ten seconds when you press a button on the base. Models include Chevrolet Camaro, Land Rover, Range Rover, Toyota Prius, Honda Insight, Audi A5 Sportback, assorted Lamborghinis, Mini-Cooper, Mini Clubman, Porsche 911 Turbo & Panamera, BMW Z4 Coupe, Nissan GTR, Corvette and more. All are nice quality with good-looking separate-hub wheels, clear plastic headlamps and full interior detail...























































Tags: Nuremberg Toy Fair, Vehicles

jokerchu
jokerchu on June 22, 2012

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I known that they are currently change taking out the light up feature from the 3" inch series and change the headlight to imprint graphic instead of transparent headlight.
uniwilson
uniwilson on July 28, 2012

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The quality of RMZ City is better than Kinsmart, Welly, Maisto, they are good surface finish that similar to Norev.
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StarbaseBravo
StarbaseBravo on February 09, 2012

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I hope they do get large scale U.S. distribution as these are quite nice.
jclevering
jclevering on February 05, 2012

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Nice stuff! Some years ago, British supermarket Tesco sold something called "RMZ Tuners" which are closer to 1:50 scale, which makes them less desirable for the true 3 inch collectors. Hope they will find distributors
jokerchu
jokerchu on June 22, 2012

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Yes, in before, they making 1:50 & 1:32 use the RMZ Tuners. But now they changed into 3" 4" & 5" just like kinsmart. Personally, I like their quality better than Kinsmart.
1-64 world
1/64 world on February 09, 2012

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I totally agree, as much as I love the detailed little Realtoy vehicles available for such a ridiculously cheap price from Asda and Tesco, they don't seem to have brought out any new castings for some years and so would love to start buying something different from a different manufacturer like these.
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