TrueScale is a relatively new name on the diecast scene, but
it made a big impact on its arrival into the industry. This was thanks
to some extremely popular replicas, such as the 1:18 six-wheeled Tyrrell
Formula One car. The American company produces in both 1:18 and 1:43,
and in both diecast and resin. It has a broad portfolio of subjects,
covering Formula One, supercars, classic cars, endurance racers and
rally cars. They have also released 1:18 driver figures and 1:8 helmets.
Truescale Miniatures 1:8 resin replica of Gilles Villeneuve's Scuderia Ferrari helmet from 1978.
Truescale Miniatures 1:8 resin replica of Mark Donohue's helmet from the Penske Racing in 1972.
Truescale Miniatures 1:43 diecast model of the Honds NSX in Red
Truescale Miniatures 1:18 diecast model of the Bentley Continental GT3 as driven by Andreas Weishaupt, Jordan Pepper and Marco Holzer in the 2016 ADAC GT Masters.
Truescale 1:43 diecast model of the #44 Porsche 934/5 as driven by Doc Bundy and Roy Woods in the 1977 IMSA Mid-Ohio.
Truescale 1:43 diecast model of the #61 Porsche 934/5 as driven by Jim Busby and Peter Gregg in the 1977 Sebring 12 Hours.
Truescale 1:12 diecast model of the 2015 Ducati Scrambler Icon Rosso Ducati.
Truescale 1:12 diecast model of the 2015 Ducati 1299 Panigale.
Truescale 1:8 diecast model of the helmet Paul Newman wore during 1977.
Truescale 1:43 diecast model of the Porsche 934/5 driven to victory by Danny Ongais in the 1977 IMSA GT Championship's LaGuna Seca 100 Miles.
Truescale 1:43 diecast model of the 1978 Mercedes 600 Landaulet North Korea Military Parade Car.
TrueScale 1:43 diecast model of the McLaren 570GT in silver.
TrueScale Miniatures 1:18 resin model of the #2 Jaguar XJR-9 driven to victory by Jan Lammers, Johnny Dumfries and Andy Wallace in the 1988 Le Mans 24 Hours.
TrueScale Miniatures 1:18 resin model of the #76 Chevrolet Corvette driven by John Greenwood and Mike Brockman in the 1976 Sebring 13 Hours.
TrueScale Miniatures 1:43 resin model of the 1954 GM Futurliner that displayed the Power for the Nation's Lifelines exhibit, which was part of GM's Parade of Progress