SpecCast is a manufacturer of model collectible die-cast metal replica cars, pickups, farm tractors, implements, and tractor-trailers and founded in Rockford, Illinois, in 1974 initally for the purpose of producing seat buckles.

The firm soon diversified into other products such as lapel pins, key chains and statues, and moved to Dyersville, Iowa, in 1987, where design and production of diecast models was taken up.

The range includes trucks and police cars in 1/64th scale, classic cars, pick-ups and vans in 1/25th scale and several trucks and agricultural vehicles in other scales. The models are made in China. In addition to the diecast models, SpecCast also manufactures 1920s & 1930s style pressed steel toys and polyresin lawn and garden products.


Updated: 26 april 2019

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Speccast value and price guide

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new speccast 1 64 john deere 48 row db120 New Speccast 1 64 John Deere 48 Row Db120... 03/2021 £43.20
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new speccast 1 64 john deere 36 row db90 New Speccast 1 64 John Deere 36 Row Db90... 03/2021 £36.00
1 64 speccast stone grey 2018 ford f350 crew cab 1 64 Speccast Stone Grey 2018 Ford F350 Crew Cab... 03/2021 £13.68
krispy kreme 1942 chevrolet deli truck die cast 1 Krispy Kreme 1942 Chevrolet Deli Truck Die Cast 1... 03/2021 £6.71
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Martin - November 17, 2017
looking for model of Northwest Model25D shovel front, have one need another. I operated one in quarry in Maryland.
Very difficult to find it seems... I could only find this one on Amazon: SpecCast Northwest 25
Jim - October 25, 2013
I am looking for any info on a Speccast 1930's style GOODYEAR TIRE 1/2 stake truck in the blue and yellow colors. I do have one in a speccast box with a goodyear label on side flap to show contents,