Micro Pet was a line of die-cast miniature cars produced by the Taiseiya Toy Company in Japan in the 1960s. These were small-scale, battery-operated model cars designed to replicate real vehicles. Micro Pet series featured a diverse range of models, including cars, trucks, and other types of vehicles and were known for their high quality and realistic detail.
They aimed to replicate popular vehicles from that era, and their designs often reflected the styles and trends of the time. and they were popular with collectors and enthusiasts alike. These model cars were known for their battery-operated features, such as lights, sounds, and movement. They were often equipped with a simple mechanism that allowed them to move forward, backward, or turn with the push of a button.
The Taiseiya Toy Company was founded in 1946 by Yoshiaki Taise. The company initially produced a variety of toys, including more...
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