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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1:64_scale

This scale became successful because of its relative size in comparison to other toys, the fact that it is a derivative of 1/16 scale, and because they are easily held by small hands. The 1/64 scale models will generally have less detail than a 1/16 scale models. Moreover, "1/64 coincides with the S scale of model railroading, ...

www.collectablediecast.com/Size-Chart_ep_49-1.html

Feb 14, 2016 ... This Chart will give you a general idea of the size of the car you are looking at. If you have even more questions, check out our blog. We carry a large selection of 1/18, 1/24, 1/43, 1/64 and other scales from top diecast brands like Jada Toys, Minichamps, Kyosho, Kinsmart, and Norev. If you still have a ...

stackoverflow.com/questions/26833421/how-does-1-64-1-work

Nov 9, 2014 ... The result of your expression is a (compile time) constant and the expression is therefore evaluated during compilation. The language specification mandates that. Constant expressions are always evaluated exactly; intermediate values and the constants themselves may require precision significantly ...

dfarq.homeip.net/can-you-use-164-vehicles-with-ho-scale-trains

Jan 15, 2011 ... Simple tricks for finding mislabeled HO-scale vehicles among the ranks of mass- market "1:64" fit-in-the-box scale vehicles, and how to disguise near misses.

dfarq.homeip.net/how-big-is-164-scale

May 2, 2017 ... A 40-foot boxcar is 7 ½ inches long in 1:64 scale. In model railroading terms, 1:64 is S scale. “S” stands for “sixty-four.” Buildings are a little bit trickier, since we measure buildings using the imprecise measurement of “stories,” which can be anywhere from 10 to in some cases 16 feet. For our purposes, 10 ...

www.greenfunstore.com/About-Ertl-Farm-Toys_ep_48-1.html

1:64 scale is the versatile scale. With its inexpensive prices, small size and light weight these toys can go anywhere. Some that purchase the 1:16 of 1:32 scale toys for play at home are purchasing these toys also. Many consumers are realizing that these are a great size toy for travel or even to take along on social events ...

www.ebay.com/gds/Scale-size-explained-for-diecast-and-other-models-/10000000176342743/g.html

S gauge - 1:60, 1:64, 1:70 & 1:72 scale. HO gauge- 1:87- 1:100 scale. I have a video on YouTube showing different scale models side by side so you can see the difference scale makes. If you're interested in seeing that video, go to YouTube and enter the words ---> Diecast model size side by side comparison <- ---- in the ...

www.mathsisfun.com/numbers/fraction-decimal-chart.html

I have highlighted the simplest fraction, which is the one you should use. Example: You would not talk about a 2/16" drill bit, instead you would say 1/8". If you read along each row you can see equivalent fractions, such as 4/64 = 2/32 = 1/16. 1/64ths, 1/32nds, 1/16ths, 1/8ths, 1/4s, 1/2s, Decimal, mm *. 1/64, 0.015625, 0.397.

actionfarmtoys.com/pages/about-scales

Because the scale is a fraction, the larger the bottom number, the smaller the toy ( see example above). Or more simply, 1/32 scale means that it would take 32 toy tractors end to end to equal the length of the real tractor. For those more familiar with model railroading scales: G = 1/24th scale, O = 1/48th scale, S = 1/64 scale,  ...