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Another direction around 1960, was Hubley's pre-assembled Real Toys line (called Real Types in Canada).  The Canadian versions had different model numbers and were manufactured in Canada but there are examples of Canadian products in American packaging and vice versa.  The new line was unsuccessful and is believed to have been abandoned in 1961.  It's suggested that production continued in Canada under a new brand after Hubley dropped them.

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Another direction around 1960, was Hubley's pre-assembled Real Toys line (called Real Types in Canada).  The Canadian versions had different model numbers and were manufactured in Canada but there are examples of Canadian products in American packaging and vice versa.  The new line was unsuccessful and is believed to have been abandoned in 1961.  It's suggested that production continued in Canada under a new brand after Hubley dropped them.

These cars were about 1:55-1:60 scale and measured approximately 314 inches long. They were intended to compete with the recent introduction of Corgi & Dinky to America. Real Toys generally had no interiors, but detail and body proportions were accurate.

(Realtoy is a different brand of more modern diecast cars with speed wheels, made in China.)

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