How Big Is a 1 43 Scale Car?

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1:43 scale is a popular size of a die cast model for adult collectors in Europe, Asia and the US. This scale is grouped with O scale model trains which come in 1:43 scale. Currently there are also 1:43 scale electric slot cars on the market, although they are a relatively latest development in the technology compared with the established 1:24, 1:32, and traditional HO size 1:87 to 1:64 slot cars.
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The actual size of a 1/43 scale size depends on the scale model that is used. A scale is a ratio of two object's sizes. And a 1/43 scale simply means that for each 1 unit size of a scale model corresponds to an equal 43 unit size inches of the real model.
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