According to globaldiecastdirect.com, Zee Toys (also called Zylmex) was based in Long Beach, California, during the 1970s and 1980s. Apparently, they produced toys under various brand names such as Dynawheels, Victory Circle, Rough Riders, Windracers, Mini Macks and others. Most of the cars you’ll see below are made in Hong Kong. Some have the Z logo stamped on the bottom, some include “Zylmex”, and all seem to have a two- or three- digit item number preceded by a “P” or “D”.
Most of the cars I got from RR are loose, but a few are still in their original packages. And though the blister cards are in pretty poor shape, it’s great to think the cars inside are in true mint condition. This nice Porsche 959 is from 1985.
This nifty Datsun pickup is missing the plastic camper shell – and part of its hood decal.
Two variations of the ’63 Corvette with opening hood. Notice the different wheels.
This fun bulldozer is missing a wheel.
Glad to see the 427 Cobra still has its plastic windshield.
This GTO has a custom, hand-done paint job.
I like the dual carbs poking out of the hood on this Mustang.
And finally, a little red CRX.