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Some packs of Mini Mites were sold under the maker "Charter King," others were sold in packages marked just with the name Mini Mites. There were a couple different series produced, including "Shiny Edition", "Hot Rod", and Night Beamers.

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Identifying Marks - Shiny Edition Cars
The easiest way to identify these is by the wheels. They are close together and larger in the back than the front. The bases are round at the front and rear, and held on with a single screw. There is no markings on the base, but the bodies are marked under the bumper 'China'. The Shiny Edition cars have chrome paint.
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Chevy Camaro
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Ford Thunderbird
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Lamborghini Countach
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Jeep
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Pontiac Firebird
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Porsche 911/930
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Volkswagen Beetle
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Pickup Truck
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Semi Truck
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SUV
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Tow Truck
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Van
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Identifying Marks - Hot Rod Cars
The easiest way to identify these is by the wheels. They are close together and larger in the back than the front. The bases are round at the front and rear, and held on with a single screw. There is no markings on the base, but the bodies are marked under the bumper 'China'. The Shiny Edition cars have chrome paint.
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Chevy Camaro
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Ford Thunderbird
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Lamborghini Countach
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Jeep
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Pontiac Firebird
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Porsche 911/930
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Volkswagen Beetle
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Pickup Truck
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Semi Truck
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SUV
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Tow Truck
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Van
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Identifying Marks - Night Beamers
Like the regular cars, these are easily identifiable by the wheels. The plastic bases are squared on the ends and help on by a single screw. There is a place for a small battery in the base, and on on-off switch for the lights. There base is marked 'China'. These are very unique and I have seen no similar castings.
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Jeep?
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Identifying Marks - Semi Trucks
The easiest way to identify these is by the wheels and base. The wheels are the same size and so far I have only found them with this design. The bases are round at the front, and held on with a single screw. The base is only marked 'China'. Road Champs made some similar style semis, but the wheels are an easy way to tell them apart.
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Semi Truck
I am not sure what trailer
came with this tractor.
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Semi Truck
I am not sure what trailer
came with this tractor.
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Identifying Marks - Night Beamers Semi Trucks
The easiest way to identify these is by the wheels and base. The wheels are the same size and so far I have only found them with this design. The bases are plastic and held on with a single rivet. There is a removable round cover for the battery. There will be small lights on the front and top of  the cab. The base is only marked 'China'.
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Open Container Truck
This trailer is what came 
packaged with this semi truck.
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Tanker Truck
This trailer is what came 
packaged with this semi truck.
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Please Note: All car names and descriptions are based on 
educated guesses and may be wrong. To my knowledge the maker
never identified the car makes and models on any of their packaging.. 
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