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The VehiCROSS: Toys and Other Collectibles
I guess given my personality, it was only a matter of time before I began hunting for toys and collectible items relating to the VehiCROSS. This includes everything from written reviews (covered under the Publications area which may be found on the menu at left), promotional items (covered under Promotions), to Hot Wheels and other die-cast cars, RC toys, and just about anything else. I'll try to include some pics and descriptions below.

My listing is by no means complete, rather it includes what I personally have been able to obtain over the years. There are still many items that I am searching for so if you come across anything that you don't see below, please email me as I'd be interested in purchasing. Click on the images at left for more information!

Click for Details Mattel Hot Wheels Die-Cast
Mattel produced a nice rendition of the VehiCROSS as a 1/64th scale die-cast truck. The scale and molding are nice and you can't beat the bearinged axels for travel across the floor. The VX was originally released in metallic silver, followed by yellow, dark red and finally a red/white rally combination (as part of a Tiki Torcher 5-vehicle set).
Click for Details Realtoy Action City Die-Cast 1/64th Scale Die-Cast
These Isuzu VehiCROSS die-cast came out of China in at least 5 colors (black, silver, dark red, dark blue and yellow) and are slightly larger than Hot-Wheels cars. The detailing is good, though the windows appear to be slightly out of scale and the wheel wells are too open.
Click for Details Hongwell 1/43rd and 1/72nd Scale Die-Cast
These really wonderful die-cast VehiCROSS models are very accurate and feature opening doors on the 1/43rd scale.
Click for Details Click for Details Tomy A-18 Isuzu VehiCROSS ~ 1/60th scale die-cast
This was one of the first licensed Isuzu products, produced by Tomy and motorized.
Click for Details Click for Details Clover Toys Rescue Vehicles 1/32nd Die-Cast
Actually slightly larger than 1/32nd scale, this Korean produce VX is nicely sculpted and features opening doors and plastic cladding.
Click for Details Click for Details Scamper 45 Thunderbolt Racing Car 1/64th Plastic
These fun little RC trucks bear little resemblence to the VX - however the intent is there, proof is on the packaging label - a red VehiCROSS!
Click for Details Tinco Stomper Speedy Plastic
These Stompers were quite the hit when they showed up in 2001. They are quite difficult to find now especially still in packaging.
Click for Details Tian Tail Toy High Grade R/C 1/32nd Plastic VehiCROSS
These are really fun R/C cars with wireless remotes. Probably a knock-off of an earlier 1/32nd scale Japanese market VehiCROSS.
Click for Details Click for Details Heilei Police Force Series III 1/32nd Plastic
This Chinese produce VX is nicely sculpted and features some nice toy action (a siren and flashing lights).
Click for Details Tamiya Isuzu VehiCROSS Plastic Scale Kits
I'll be one of the first to admit that I love plastic model kits - ever since I was a kid. Tamiya does an exemplary job of producing a fine rendition of my favorite truck - the VehiCROSS!
Click for Details Infogrames Test Drive Off-Road 3
There are a few PC games out there with a VX option. Here's the one I picked up...
Click for Details Super Road-Bot VX Transformer 1/32nd Die-Cast
Item No: DRW-0530 WB

I'm not sure where this guy came from, other than it appeared on eBay sometime before Christmas in 2002. The Super Road-Bot was made in China and distributed by T.G.H. as part of the Die Cast Collection Series 1:32. The truck is die-cast metal and plastic and measures over 5" in length. It's interesting to note that the designer was able to keep a fairly accurate representation of the VX while adding the robot articulation (limited) of an Autobot from the Transformers. A chrome plated gun accompanied the toy in a cardboard, windowed header-box. There now appears to be two new versions of this transformer. I hope to find examples to add soon.

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