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Publix had this today.



I like it. Good size, cool graphics, wheels are the same size all around, so that's good.

It should go well with my others.






Some drug store brand, but it's obviously a Toyota Previa. That's something I don't see everyday.
 

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Same brand, but I can't tell what it is.


Side looks like a Caravan.


But the back and front remind me of French cars.



Not really a minivan but more like a utility van, a Toyota Hiace. I think Motormax did this one.

 

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This one reminds me of one, too.



Either Japanese or European. It's another offbrand.





And that's all my minivan-like vehicles. And I'm sorry about the title, mobile typing is hard. :wave:
 

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This one reminds me of one, too.


Side looks like a Caravan.
White one is a copy of a Tomica, a Mazda Bongo Friendee, made by Wang Sing.
Purple is made by Yat Ming (not one of their best efforts), it is a Dodge Grand Caravan.
Good call on the gold on in your other post, Toyota Previa, or a Toyota Estima (non-North American).

I am exceedingly green with envy on the Hot Wheel Police Dodge Caravan you show in the first post. It is the only one I am missing. If you ever want to trade it away, let me know.
Brian
 

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White one is a copy of a Tomica, a Mazda Bongo Friendee, made by Wang Sing.
Purple is made by Yat Ming (not one of their best efforts), it is a Dodge Grand Caravan.
Good call on the gold on in your other post, Toyota Previa, or a Toyota Estima (non-North American).

I am exceedingly green with envy on the Hot Wheel Police Dodge Caravan you show in the first post. It is the only one I am missing. If you ever want to trade it away, let me know.
Brian
Thanks! I've had my Caravans since I was very little,so I'm keeping them for now.:smile2:
 
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