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  • Majorette 2023

    Hi folks,
    always hard to draw a line between 2022 and 2023, as some things are (stillt) floating.

    The Fiat 500 from 2022 is still not out, but some other models (not shown in the 2022 catalogue or elsewhere) have already been released.

    So, this is a try to get the things clear (won't work anyway)

    Race Trailers:

    A set with Toyota was shown earlier but will not make it into the range due to license issues. The Nismo will get a small scale Mack truck (also new), which looks weird.


    Police set:
    Again the new Mack... generic livery, looks a bit cheap - the country specific designs I like much more



    Seems as if new things will not be held back until the Hong Kong toy fair, but will be released continiously via social media...

  • #2
    there is some interesting pieces in the pictures.

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    • #3
      A new variation of the well known Audi R8



      and the new Mack Granite

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      • #4
        The Mack as a whole looks well done. Great to see the different uses it has had so far. A taxi R8 is a unique choice to say the least, but these are for kids after all.

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        • #5
          With the Nismo set, the Mack looks hilariously bad. One, it is under scale, assuming it's in the 1:87-1:100 range most of the trucks have been. Without any bed, it looks incomplete.

          Compared to the TGS and Zetros, it's a little clunky. However, it should be a good source of an HO-range cab for a few projects I've got planned. I'm also curious what other bodies it will get--I'm hoping for dump, wrecker, and fire tanker.

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          • #6
            I like the Mack, but I don't like the matte paint.

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            • #7
              2023s models and color variations showed up at German Woolworth (which is no longer affiliated to US Woolworth)...






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              • #8
                Thanks for the pics. Don't think I have seen the rims on the Honda E before.

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                • #9
                  Those are nice looking.

                  Still haven´t seen the Majo Volvo and Mercedes E class wagon in stores around here. I hope they still show up someday.
                  The only time i saw them, was at a gas station for € 7,00 a piece........

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Duban View Post
                    Thanks for the pics. Don't think I have seen the rims on the Honda E before.
                    New wheels for 2023, first time use on the Honda E ...will also be used on the new Clio Mk I from the 90s

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Duban View Post
                      Thanks for the pics.
                      +1.

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                      • #12
                        I saw a couple at my local Walmart. Ford Focus Rally and Mustang street racer. Included boxes.

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                        • #13
                          I want the Mack truck anyway for my HO train layout

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                          • #14
                            Nice to see a company producing a Mack Granite in "3-inch" scale, and because of that, affordable for the 'average collector' (last time I heard anything about diecast Mack Granite models--probably here at 'the garage'-- they were the GreenLight (or maybe Johnny Lightning) products and NOT "3-inch" scale at all, also not inexpensive.

                            I hope to find some of this truck in emergency vehicle liveries in the future. Where, or as, appropriate.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by ninuxx View Post

                              New wheels for 2023, first time use on the Honda E ...will also be used on the new Clio Mk I from the 90s
                              90's Clio?!

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