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Color changing Nasta micros were sold in packs of 5, while the pull back racers were sold in packs of 3. Nasta also made quite a few playsets as well. Some of their most popular playsets were shaped like car parts. These were sold in the late 80s.


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Nasta - Identifying Marks
This is about the same size as a regular micro. The body is
molded in colored plastic with
accent paint. The base is metal and marked with the Nasta logo. The wheels look similar to some of the Dah Yang cars and some of the Galoob wheels. I am not sure what they called their regular line, if you know please email me.
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Ferrari Testarossa
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Pontiac Firebird
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Color Machines - Identifying Marks
This is about the same size as a regular micro. The body is
molded in colored plastic with
accent paint. The base is metal and marked with the Nasta logo. The wheels look similar to some of the Dah Yang cars and some of the Galoob wheels. The color of the car will change when dipped in cold or warm water, but does not change much for some of the cars.
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BMW M1
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Chevy Camaro
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Chevy Corvette

Warm Water Color
*V*
DeTomaso Pantera
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Ferrari Testarossa
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Ford T-Bird Turbocoupe
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Lamborghini Countach
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Pontiac Firebird

Warm Water Color
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Porsche 911
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Porsche 928

Warm Water Color
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Micro Motors- Identifying Marks
These are about the same size
as a regular micro. The body is
molded in colored plastic with
accent paint. The base is metal
and marked with the Nasta
logo. The wheels are unpainted plastic molded in grey with rubber tires. Pull the car back and release it to see it zoom away, similar to the Galoob Snap Backs.
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BMW M1
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Chevy Camaro
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Chevy Corvette
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DeTomaso Pantera
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Ferrari Testarossa
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Ford T-Bird Turbocoupe
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Lamborghini Countach
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Pontiac Firebird
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Porsche 911
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Porsche 928
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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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