The diecast cars and trucks displayed on this page are Danbury Mint vehicles but for two, the T-Bird and the Model A Tudor sedan. There are quite a few more 1:24 in the collection and they will be appearing soon, along with many others.
The 1:24 rubber racecar and the two 1:64 scale VWs are not Danbury vehicles. They illustrate the high quality of rubber and diecast cars across all types and scales.
The Danbury Mint was founded in 1969 in Westport, Connecticut by Ralph Glendinning and Ted Stanley, as a subsidiary of Glendinning Companies.The Danbury Mint is a division of MBI Inc., founded in 1969. The Mint donated a quite significent percentage of profits to a favored cause.
Unfortunately. the Mint has withdrawn almost entirely from offering a grand selection of diecast vehicles. Those of us who want to start or expand a Danbury collection have other sources. Ebay, with a large number of vendors and auctions, may be the best source, but a Google search yields many more.
Be advised: Asking prices are often at or above Danbury's original price. Ebay sellers see others' sky-high asking prices and expect to get that for their diecasts. Filter for the selling price (and for auctions that didn't sell) for a dose of Ebay reality you can use anywhere to avoid costly buying mistakes. Look on Craigslist for shocking instaces of this 'me too!' hysteria pricing. If you can contact sellers to try for a negotiated price be sure to do so! An Ebay seller who gives a 'Buy It Now' Option seldom is rude when you make an offer. Just in case, though, take a moment to add a brief note to your offer.