What Scale Are Matchbox Cars?

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The scale of matchbox cars will vary depending on what type of car is being discussed. The smaller of the cars will be 1:64 in size while the larger of the cars is 1:43 in size.
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For the matchbox cars, the smaller 1:64 scale cars measures 2. 5 inches, whereas the bigger 1:43 scale version measures 3. 5 inches. The bigger variety is marketed more as a collectible since they carry the design characteristics of the real car in great detail.
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