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In the early 1980s, Elmar distributed Welly made castings labeled as Agglo "Tiny Mites". They also marketed Universal's "Attack Force" during this same time frame.

In 2003, Agglo issued the"Auto World Garage Playset" with (2) crudely made diecast cars from various Chinese diecast makers. The playsets came in different themes and were distributed by Mid-Western.

In 2004, Agglo began using the Smart Wheel brand name and issued the "Street Evolution" series of cars. Vehicle modesl included a Camaro, Firebird and Mustang with working headlights. They look to be made by Tack Cheung (or another re-issued casting from another unkown manufacturer.)

They also distributed "Flatz Cars" which are similiar to Simple Wishes "Phat Boyz", but made by an unknown manufacturer.

Sourced references -

Encyclopedia of Small-Scale Diecast Motor Vehicle Manufacturers - Sahakangas, Foster & Weber (2006)
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