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Model Power is a New York company best know for its model railroading offerings. Among them are many different diecast vehicles to accompany railway modeling functions. One line they offered was a 1:87 scale line of fire fighting vehicles called "Fire Fighters" made in Hong Kong and then Macau. Another line called "Road Kings" was made by Playart and availalbe in single carded issue.

In the 1970s and 1980s they distributed diecast vehicles for EiDAI from their Grip Zechlin, WorldZechline, and Madmax Grip lines.

In the early 2000s, they issued the "Diecat & Turotuff ABS Construction" (?) series. These were models of Kenworth and Great Dane semis (?) also done in 1:87 scale. They each featured a painted driver at the wheel. (A connection to Gata and Playart may exist through this truck line. (?)

At the end of 2004, they were using High Speed made vehicles previously marketed by Dickie and then again by Dickie Schuco as "Model Power Minis". They were later offered by Malibu International as welll.

They also offered a comprehensive line up of model passenger planes.

Source references -

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