How Big Is 1 64 Scale?

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The 1/64 scale means that an item is 1/64th the size of the original. For example, take an object that is 10 feet long. At 1/64 scale, the object would be 1.875 inches long.
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Of what? A car? A ship? Scale of. 1/35. means the size of the model would be the dimensions of the Real Item divided by 35. A 6-Foot man would be modeled as 2 inches. [ (6 X 12 )
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It will be about the size of a matchbox or hotwheels car.
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