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The Japanese toy company Shinsei is best known for two ranges of diecast models produced in the 1970s and early 1980s. The "Jet Machines" series consisted of contemporary sports cars in 1/37th to 1/39th scale featuring pull-back action and, in most cases, opening doors. The "Mini Power" series included a wide range of trucks, fire engines and construction vehicles in various smaller scales from 1/48th to 1/130th with many movable parts. The particular scale depended on the size of the original vehicle and was always indicated on the box. In North America, these models were marketed under the Cox name. Later issues were not only made in Japan, but also in Singapore and South Korea. After production of the "Mini Power" series had been stopped, Shinsei concentrated on detailed models of construction vehicles in more common scales such as 1/50th, 1/64th and 1/87th. A 1/40th scale model of a Mitsubishi L300 minivan in a similar finish like contemporary Diapet and Tomica Dandy models was also released in the 1980s.

Caterpillar 777
dump truck, yellow; USA 1974
Shinsei (Japan), no. 4140
diecast, scale 1:90; acquired 2021
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GMC Cab Over
concrete mixer, green; USA 1970
Shinsei (Japan), no. 4216
diecast, scale 1:60; acquired 2013
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Gulf-Mirage M6
blue, race number 6; United Kingdom 1973
Shinsei (South Korea), no. 402
diecast, scale 1:39; acquired 2021
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Mitsubishi L300 4WD
dark green; Japan 1982
Shinsei (Japan), no. 42
diecast, scale 1:40; acquired 2014
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Mitsubishi Fuso FK
box van "Nittu"; Japan 1976
Shinsei (Japan), no. T-10
diecast, scale 1:60; acquired 2013
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Mitsubishi Fuso T911
fire brigade, snorkel truck; Japan 1968
Shinsei (Japan), no. 4104
diecast, scale 1:80; acquired 2013
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