By Steve Butler
ONE DEFINITION OF a discrepancy is “a lack of compatibility or similarity between two or more facts”. After only a few experiences in buying, collecting and researching toys, evidence of discrepancies in advertisements, factory literature, toy descriptions, graphic depictions and more have become increasingly difficult to overlook. It’s a problem somewhat akin to a ding on your car door or a stain on the front of your sweater. Such things seem to immediately draw a person’s attention.
Included herein are few example of such “dings” and “stains” as related to toy vehicles.