Wikipedia: Fujimi Mokei
The following section is an excerpt from Wikipedia's Fujimi Mokei page on 17 September 2018, text available via the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.
Fujimi was founded in 1948 by Shigekazu Saito and Eiichi Imai as "Fujimi Mokei Kyozaisha", initially producing wooden ship models. In 1961, it started to produce plastic model kits, and the company name was changed to "Fujimi Mokei Co., Ltd.". In the 1960s, it released 1/70 and 1/50 scale airplanes, 1/550 scale warships, 1/44 scale tanks, and historical structures in various scales.
In 1970, Fujimi started producing airplane models in 1/72 and 1/48 scales. In 1971, it started to release the 1:700 scale Waterline series warship models along with three other Shizuoka-based model manufacturers; Tamiya, Hasegawa and Aoshima. Also in 1971, Fujimi began to produce 1:76 scale World Armour series, competing against Airfix HO/OO scale military models. In the mid-1970s, it began producing 1:20 and 1:24 scale automobile models.
|Type & Item #||Name||Details|
|Model Kit - 03384||Sprinter Trueno BZ-G AE 111||1:24 scale|
|Model Kit - 03402||Mitsubishi Pajero Jr.||1:24 scale|
|Model Kit - 12007-1000||Porsche 911 Flatnose||Real Sports Car Series #7, 1:24 scale|
|Model Kit - 15103||Honda GL 1100 Gold Wing||Naked Motor Cycle Series (2), 1:15 scale|
|Model Kit - Testors 374||Isuzu Impulse Turbo||1:24 scale, Fujimi|
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