This is the only Majorette that I had in my childhood collection. It’s kind of a mystery what make it actually is (European?), but it’s fitting for me because my dad took us on many camping trips in a yellow pickup with a white camper shell. At some point I cut open the back door to the camper.
The fun thing about this toy, is that you can remove the camper shell and it turns into a maintenance truck!
Due to a comment below, I did a little research to figure out what make of truck this casting is based on. I’m still not sure, but seems that it is the pickup version of the Simca 1100. From Wikipedia:
Three LCV (light commercial vehicle) versions with van, pick-up truck and High Top Van bodystyles were also available. In France and most European markets these were sold as the “Simca 1100 Fourgonnette”. In the UK the high-roof van was called the Simca VF2 (short for “Voiture Fourgonnette”), and was sold from December 1972. The regular low-roof van was called the VF1, while an even higher roofed version introduced for 1978 became the VF3. The pick-up model arrived in December 1975. Commercial versions lasted until the spring of 1985, three years after the 1100 passenger car models had been removed from the market. In the United Kingdom, commercial models assumed the Dodge nameplate after 1976 and were called Talbots after 1979. The commercial models were sold as ‘Simca Fixaren’ (“the fixer”) in Sweden, where they were fitted with a 66 PS (49 kW) version of the 1.3 litre engine.
I borrowed a photo from the internet. Does it look the same to you?