Introducing Road Kings! •

Introducing Road Kings!

Not really new, but our first official article on Road Kings.  If you’re not familiar with the name, they are a sister brand of KK Scale and feature a cool assortment of utility vehicles from various marques in the trade.  These are monsters of the road and monsters in scale, each 1:18 and crafted in good old diecast metal with plastic parts.  We’re highlighting the Peterbilt 359 1967 in three colours below.  See the complete assortment here at!

RK180083BLR – PETERBILT 359 – 1967, Blue Red – 500 pcs.
RK180081BR – PETERBILT 359 – 1967, Brown Metallic – 500 pcs.
RK180082BRW – PETERBILT 359 STARS AND STRIPES – 1967, Blue/Red/White – 500 pcs.

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9 Responses to "Introducing Road Kings!"

  1. Karsten says:

    Yep, I´ve got the brown one, pics on my website, soon to be coupled with the “Smokey and the Bandit” trailer by MN Trailers and then to form a “Smokey and the Bandit” style dioarama shelf with the ´77 TransAm, a County Sheriff and a load of Coors beer.

  2. Pi Liu says:

    I like this theme very much, but it is not sold in the Chinese market

  3. Shawn says:

    I’ll be the first one in the line when a Freightliner FL86 cab over is released. Preferably in red with dark blue frame.

  4. Henry Chen says:

    Yes!!! A Freightliner FL86 Cab-Over Tractor Truck in Red and Dark Blue Frame (reminds me of G1 Optimus Prime). Road Kings, please make this one also, as well as other semis (Kenworth, Mack, International Harvester, Navistar, Western Star, White, and others). KK-Scale has done a superb job making 1:18 trucks for collectors and enthusiasts.

  5. Vitaliy D says:

    They are giant even in 1:43 scale, so must be just colossal in 1:18 :)

    • ilka says:

      Which leads to the point that only doors are openable. Really? There’s such an opportunity to show the mighty Cummins in full glory, but nope.

      • Giorgio262 says:

        Indeed. But it’s still better then the no opening parts approach they pursue in their KK line up

      • Karsten says:

        The cabin doors do open, but the interior is clearly budget. In their defence, KK as the parent company and Road Kings as their truck branch are on a budget model mission.
        Asking for excellence and 360 access in a huge model that retails for a mere 139 Euros is really asking too much. It´s have the price of an NZG truck!

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