1:48 scale is a scale commonly used in diecast models, plastic models made from kits, and construction toys. It is especially popular with manufacturers of model airplanes and model trains (where it is known as O scale). 1:48 is also a popular scale among Lego enthusiasts since it is approximately the scale of the minifig
In 2003, Tamiya began to manufacture a line of military ground vehicle models in 1:48 in addition to their more traditional 1:35 scale line. This has been seen as an attempt to break into a new market since the stiff competition in the larger scale.
- A standard Lego brick measures 3/8" tall; a minifig stands 4 bricks (1 1/2") tall.
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