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WOODSTOCK, Ont. — Toy Truckin, based in Woodstock, Ont., and Classy Collectibles of Fordwich, have joined forces to release a new selection of die cast models that will be familiar to many Canadian truck drivers.

Designed to look like miniature Laidlaw and Day & Ross rigs, there will be a total of seven truck models built.

Brand new Laidlaw-styled castings include a 387 Peterbilt tractor, 385T daycab tractor, flatbed with loaded tarp trailer and chemical tanker trailer. Classy Collectibles is also working on a Day & Ross Kenworth T-2000 with 48′ van trailer to mark the fleet’s 50th anniversary.

Order deadline for all trucks is March 12, and they can be viewed on the Web at

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