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DTCA (Dinky Toys Collectors Association)

The DTCA is a non-profit-making organisation, founded to stimulate interest and facilitate communication among collectors of Dinky Toys, Hornby Series Modelled Miniatures and accessories as manufactured by Meccano Ltd. in its British and overseas factories up to 1979.
If you have any interest in Dinky Toys, you'll enjoy this website. The Association organises meetings, produces a quarterly magazine (“The Journal”) and has links with a number of other organisations. We have many international members - join us! Parts of this site are reserved for members, including articles providing the latest research and discoveries in Dinky Toys, a Members’ Forum, Archive Documents (including scans of many factory drawings and catalogues) and Dinky Toys Wiki (encyclopedia). You can access samples of the quality and depth of content here, or via the What's in the Members' Section menu option at the left.

Discussion site for registered Members. If you need information on a particular model and all its variations this is the place to visit. There is even a section for the restorers among you.
(Membership required)
A searchable database of over 8000 pages of diecast details with 16,000 links. Photos and information on Dinky, Corgi and other makes.
Searchable database for Dinky toys. Photos of scarce models and list of models available for purchase.
A personal website showing a collection of Corgi Toys made from 1956 when the brand was first launched through to the late seventies. This very informative site is a 'must' for Corgi collectors. There are also a few Dinkys, Spot-on and Lone Star models. Run by Andrew Wood.
Search 65,000 pictures of 5,000 die-casts in the Little Wheels die-cast car museum and shop


Cam Bailey This is a page dedicated to a renewal of an old and loved hobby. The collecting and restoring of Dinky Cars and Trucks.

Dinky Toys - Rossi Collection

The personal collection of Dr Luis Rossi in Argentina
Here you will find the entire Dinky Toys collection of a german Dinky-Toys collector.

Binns Road

Welcome To the World of Frank Hornby and Friends
The aim of the site? To provide a repository of information relating to old toys, particularly old toy trains, from early days up to the nineteen sixties.
The Dinky Shop

This website is for anything 'DINKY' Related.

It has got the history of dinky toys and it's creator Frank Hornby together with pictures of his toys and catalogues.I will be listing my dinky toys i have for sale plus parts, stickers and water-slide transfers for various models.I will also have pictures of the restorations i have completed with before and after photos to give an idea of what is possible.

Please come back and visit again. 

by Hector Luis Spinelli (Argentina) Welcome on my web site. In the following pages you will find the pictures of my personal collection of automodells.
All the ones DINKYTOYS were manufactures by Meccano Ltd, Binns Road at Liverpool U.K. between 1948 at 1954.
I have played with and partially destroyed. Now they are totally restored and will rest on a shelf.


SPARES Supplies parts for most die cast models - mail order. Well known amongst the Dinky fraternity for spare parts - run by Steve Flowers.

Supplies parts for most die cast models - online ordering. Based in Netherlands My Store is devoted to the diecast collector and restorer. I SPECIALIZE in Dinky, Corgi and Matchbox replacement parts, decals and tires.
Kenny Gray Dinky tyre specialist - Items for sale on Ebay

Jim Noble (Nobleco)

Diecast Toyguy

Supplier of waterslide transfers, tires and replacement parts for renovating Dinky, Corgi and Matchbox models. All transfers are made professionally in England using the silk screen process with printing inks and produced to as close a copy of the original as possible. All rubber tires are also made in England. Cast replacement parts are like original and fit well. Some parts, like grilles come plated. I can also get most parts for these toys. I also sell replacement boxes for Dinky, Corgi and Matchbox.
(Canada based)



Divvy's Diecasts Truck Stop Forum

This Forum has now been repaced by


A friendly group of people. The main interest is in collecting and restoring diecast models but there is also a lot of friendly chat about other subjects. Drop in and see what we get up to - all are welcome.


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