Hot Wheels, no characaturish proportions there. Ha!I didn't really care for the kind of characature-ish designs and proportions of most of their cars back then, so my cars were generally Hot Wheels and Matchboxes.
OK, you got me there. Some of them were pretty solid, though. Looking back, the late 60's-style Corvette, Eldorado, and Thunderbird from the first release seemed pretty accurate, and I had an Olds 442 from just a couple of years later (early 70's) that was just about spot-on. For accuracy of the ones that were SUPPOSED to be acurate representations of 1:1 cars and not just figments of some toy designer's imagination, in my opinion there was no beating Matchbox.Hot Wheels, no characaturish proportions there. Ha!