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Norma

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During the Soviet reign, Norma, a large factory in the Estonian capital of Tallinn, manufactured products such as flashlights for photographers, hair dryers, mixers, self made kit radios and parts for the car industry, but also plastic toys. Besides other toy cars and commercial vehicles, the range included several big scale plastic models of the Estonia racing cars, which were also made in Tallinn: four single seaters as used in the Soviet Formula 1600 racing series (Estonia 16M, 19, 20 and 21) in 1/24th scale, and a go-kart (Estonia K6M) in 1/16th scale. Like the original cars, these models, which were inexpensive and produced in large quantities, date from the 1980s.

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