In the 1970s, one of the more popular series of diecast lines of toy planes was created and produced by Lintoy, Hong Kong. Production was later transferred to Singapore.

These Lintoy produced airplanes were soon distributed by Bachmann, Corgi Toys in the UK and Ertl in the United States, but the castings always had Lintoy printed on the bottom.

Updated: 22 Dec. 2015

Lintoy value and price guide

What's your 'Lintoy' worth? Here are some recently sold items (USA):

Picture Title Date Sold for
Fighters 4 Rare Diecast Model 05/2019 $111.95
Fighters 4 Rare Diecast Model 06/2019 $98.00
Rare 1980 S Hot Wheel Dragsters P 104 08/2019 $86.90
Schuco De Havilland 88 Comet Racer 06/2019 $45.00
Die Cast Fighter Planes From 1970s Of 8 08/2019 $45.00

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Comments (3)

Andre - June 28, 2016

Hi AllI am from South Africa and collect all SA Airways model aircraft willing to trade regards Dr Andre Nel
►reply: Those interested can leave a message and I'll forward it.

Jan - January 11, 2012

I have 10 unopened cases of Lintoy die cast VW Beetles and Mercedes Benz. 24 cars per case bought them in 1970 for project that never materialised. All mint in original packageing unopened. Rare find.

Dennis - September 29, 2011

I have a early 70's Lintoy Lear Jet ( made in Hong Kong ), It has all origional everything ( nothing broke ). I am just wondering how much it worth, if any..