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Based in Hong Kong this company makes diecast cars in both metal and plastic. Their toy cars are simple and brightly painted with a TC pefixed (4) digit number on the base.

Their line up includes a Majorette inspired Cadillac Limousine that was available in an open bulk display. A (3) pack of sports cars with the Tai Cheong Toy logo on the package and 'Diecast Metal' and 'Free Wheeling Action?' tag lines. Other house brands are "Motor Super Stars", Grand Prix Set", "Mini Truck", "Hi Speed Racer", "Traveller Coach" and "City Tram".

Their castings have also been distributed by a large variaty of distriboters. Such as - Betta Products, Imperial and Ja-u. Imperial's "Might Machines" were painted in neon colors. While Ja-u's "Real Wheels Sport Pack" offerings of the same castings were painted in tradional body paint colors.

A few of "TC"s castings are similiar to the unknown makers "TM" castings, but are made in different scales.

Sourced references -

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