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The mechanical factory in Severodonetsk in Eastern Ukraine manufactured three plastic models of classic cars in about 1/43rd scale in the 1980s. The models looked very similar to contemporary issues from the "Models of Yesteryear" range by Matchbox, but were not exact copies. The range consisted of a 1931 Stutz Bearcat roadster (obviously inspired by Matchbox Y-14) and a convertible with open or closed top which is sometimes identified as a 1930 Packard Victoria due to its similarities to Matchbox Y-15, but is in fact closer to another Stutz car from the early 1930s, the DV32. The only markings on the bottom of the models are the factory logo and, as usual on toy cars made in the Soviet Union, the price, which was 3 rubles when the models were released.

Model manufacturer: Severodonetsk

  Stutz DV32
blue, open; USA 1933
Severodonetsk (Ukraine)
plastic, scale 1:43; acquired 2016
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