## What size is a 1/16 scale toy tractor?

1/16 scale model is typically about 30 cm long. 1/32 scale is typically about 15 cm long. 1/64 scale is typically about 7.5 cm long. 4WD articulated tractors are somewhat larger and small tractors like the grey Fergy are somewhat smaller for the same scale.

## What size is 1/16 scale model?

The larger the scale, the smaller the denominator; a 1/16 scale toy is much larger than a 1/87. “Scale” doesn’t refer to actual size. For example, a 1/16 scale toy could measure 8, 12, or 14 inches long.

**What is the rarest toy tractor?**

Examples of Rare Tractor Toys John Deere 430 by Ertl, was an early toy made by this classic company, and values for one new in the original box may reach above $2,000. A John Deere 630 with a harrow sold for $625. Allis-Chalmers by Arcade, 1938 with an original box is rare and has brought $1,800 at auction.

### How do I know what scale my toy tractor is?

Because the scale is a fraction, the larger the bottom number, the smaller the toy (see example above). Or more simply, 1/32 scale means that it would take 32 toy tractors end to end to equal the length of the real tractor.

### Are John Deere toy tractors valuable?

**What are the different scales of toys?**

This means that a 1/24 scale diecast toy car is one 24th the size of the actual car….Understanding Scale.

Diecast Scale | Approximate Size |
---|---|

1/24 Scale | 6.5-8 inches / 16-20 cm |

1/32 Scale | 4-6 inches / 10-15 cm |

1/43 Scale | 3.5-5 inches / 8-12 cm |

1/64 Scale | 2.5-3 inches / 6-7.5 cm |

## How do you measure a toy scale?

Measure the item in millimeters, then divide the length of the real thing–4828.54 in this case–by the length of the model. If the toy is 112 millimeters long, you’ll get a result of 43.11196, which tells you it was intended to be a 1:43 model and wasn’t far off the mark.

## What scale is Ertl toys?

ERTL® Toys Scale, How it works 1:16 scale is the old reliable of the die-cast toy line. When Fred Ertl Sr. started creating die-cast toys in his home in 1947 this was the scale that he created. 1:16 scale means that the toy is 1:16th as large as the real machine.