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(Ah, forgot about "Comical" (that one simply known as "Mini 4WD" on English Tamiya catalog) and Wild Mini 4WDs.)
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The short-lived [[R/C Mini 4WD]] series introduced Mini 4WD bodies based on licensed real-life cars. Following the discontinuation of the line, no Mini 4WD car based on real-life automobile would be produced (although the [[Mini 4WD PRO]] line introduced cars with sports car bodies) until the appearance of the limited edition Nissan Be-1 and later, the Daihatsu Kopen twins.
 
The short-lived [[R/C Mini 4WD]] series introduced Mini 4WD bodies based on licensed real-life cars. Following the discontinuation of the line, no Mini 4WD car based on real-life automobile would be produced (although the [[Mini 4WD PRO]] line introduced cars with sports car bodies) until the appearance of the limited edition Nissan Be-1 and later, the Daihatsu Kopen twins.
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In addition, certain Mini 4WDs in the original line simply known as Mini 4WD (also referred as [[Comical Mini 4WD]] in certain communities) and [[Wild Mini 4WD]] (featuring monster-sized wheels) also feature real-life cars.

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This is a list of Mini 4WDs based on real-life automobiles, as officially licensed products from said car manufacturers.

The short-lived R/C Mini 4WD series introduced Mini 4WD bodies based on licensed real-life cars. Following the discontinuation of the line, no Mini 4WD car based on real-life automobile would be produced (although the Mini 4WD PRO line introduced cars with sports car bodies) until the appearance of the limited edition Nissan Be-1 and later, the Daihatsu Kopen twins.

In addition, certain Mini 4WDs in the original line simply known as Mini 4WD (also referred as Comical Mini 4WD in certain communities) and Wild Mini 4WD (featuring monster-sized wheels) also feature real-life cars.

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