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Must-have Best Jeep Diecast Models Review

Best Jeep Diecast Models

Whether you have been collecting jeep diecast models your whole life or are just starting out, there is nothing more exciting than adding a new diecast jeep to your collection.

Just like the jeep saying, “It’s a Jeep thing, you wouldn’t understand” most people just don’t understand why someone that has long grown up goes around collecting what they consider to be toy jeeps. So it’s true, they just don’t understand.

I found a nice little collection of the best jeep diecast models at Amazon.com. You can find there many different kinds of diecast Jeeps.

Jeep Wrangler Rubicon Brush Fire Unit Diecast Model

Bruder 02528 Jeep Rubicon Fire Rescue_

The first one that they carry is the Jeep Wrangler Rubicon Brush Fire Diecast Model. It’s a 1:16 scale of a nice looking Jeep Rubicon all set up to head into the backcountry and start helping the firefighters beat down those tough to get to fires.

This Jeep comes with an axe, shovel and even a chain saw. The tailgate, hood, and doors all open just like they do on a real Jeep. This Jeep Wrangler Rubicon Diecast Model measures a full 13″ long, 5.7″ wide, and 6.4″ tall.

Jeep Rescue Diecast Model

Jeep Rescue Concept Diecast Vehicle

The next Jeep diecast model that they have is the Jeep Rescue Concept Vehicle. In 2004 Jeep came out with the Jeep Rescue as a concept car and called it the Ultimate In Off-Road Vehicles. Jeep hasn’t made the decision yet to build the Jeep Rescue but you can one today as a Jeep diecast model.

The Jeep Rescue Diecast comes in a bright yellow and is 11.8” long, and 4.7” tall. As with the Rubicon Brush Fire, the doors and hood open and the wheels roll as well. If jeep ever does decide to build this incredible vehicle I’m sure it will be one of the best selling Jeeps ever second only to the Jeep Wrangler.

Jeep Wrangler Rubicon Diecast

Jeep Wrangler Rubicon diecast

Next up is what I think is the best of the Jeep Diecast Models around. It’s the Jeep Wrangler Rubicon Diecast Model. This special edition Jeep diecast is a beautiful red and black Jeep with the top removed and has the name Rubicon on the side of the hood. I’ve always liked the Rubicon the best as it’s the first Jeep Wrangler that came stock with Dana 44 front and rear axles.

Looking at the picture of this Jeep you would swear that it was a real Jeep. This is a 1:18 scale Jeep made by Maisto and would be a great addition to anyone’s diecast collection. It is around 11” long and 3 ½” wide. When you open the doors and hood of this Jeep you will be amazed at the detail that went into making this beautiful Jeep model.

Jeep Wrangler Diecast Model with Hard Top

Jeep Wrangler Diecast with Hardtop

Here is another red and black Jeep Wrangler diecast that is similar to the one above but this one has a hardtop and is lifted with nice all-terrain tires. It comes with the same level of detail as the one above and comes in all black as well.

This Jeep Wrangler Diecast Model is in 1:18 scale and is 8.7″ long, 4.2″ wide, and 3.9″ tall. If you know a collector of jeep diecast models and you’re looking for the perfect Jeep gift than you can’t go wrong with this one.

Jeep Wrangler Diecast Model Topless

Jeep Wrangler Topless diecast model

Here is another Jeep Wrangler model that is lifted with the all-terrain tires but this one comes with the top off ready for some fun in the sun. It comes in black and red and is 1:18 scale and about 9.5″ long, 4″ wide, and 3.5″ high.

As with all of these diecast models, it also has a hood and doors that open and this one comes with Diamo rims and is made by Jada toys.

Jeep Willys Diecast Model

New Ray Jeep Willys diecast model

For those of you, that like the older military Jeeps here is a Jeep Willys DiecastModel. The Willys is the Jeep that was used by the military during WWII and was the lifeline between the fighting units on the front line and the supplies that they so desperately needed.

It is painted the traditional army’s olive-drab and comes with two duffle bags, spare gas can, a shovel and axe that is mounted on the side, and reflective red tail lights. It is 1:32 scale and is 4 1/2” line and 2” wide.

About the author

Mattew Brodie

Hi there! This blog was created to share my off-roading, gear-related knowledge with those interested in the field. I’ve worked as mechanic for years and have been a devoted off-roader for as long. Now, I’ve decided to combine the two and share my experience with passionate audience. I do not claim to know it all – but when something new hits the surface, I will be on it to research its ups and downs. Call me an off-roading nerd if you like, and as long as you can find something useful in here – you are heartedly welcome!

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