This motorcycle and rider appears to be British made probably from the 1950's or 1960's. There is no obvious branding.
It is larger than Dinky issues of the time.
or Charbens, or ??
This little sports coupe has been repaired with the drivers head being replaced, the base plate straightened, and a repaint of the white body. It is diecast body with a tin baseplate, wheels and axles attached through the baseplate. It is only a very small model perhaps 2/3 the size of a Matchbox 1-75 model.
It has JAPAN in the casting unusually on the side of the rear quarter panel.
It could be early British or Australian made. The steering wheel is integral to the body casting.
This one is not branded and reminds me of the Fun-Ho type models. The only marking is HONG KONG. It is possibly a Lincoln International casting but I would have expected "Made inHong Kong" rather than just "Hong Kong" and I think the style of the plastic wheels date it as early 1970's, but I could be completely wrong!
A small diecast tractor of unknown origin. It appears to have had the driver painted over in green although the original colour appears to have been green, his face has been splashed as well. It is smaller in scale than most of the 1:43 models and would be more like 1:55 but not as small as a Matchbox model.