Unlike the other vehicles mentioned in that post, the cargo truck has the exact dimensions as its TimMee counterpart. However, the trucks are not from the same mold. There are very subtle differences between the two truck bodies and canopy tops. So subtle, in fact, that they're not even worth mentioning...or trying to describe, for that matter. The wider clip-on tires and rather bland wheels of the Manaplas are the only substantial differences. The plastic is pliable and has the same density as its U.S. counterpart and is said to have been cast in several colors. The applied star stickers are the same size as the ones used by Processed Plastic... as are the canvas top stickers (Marksman and Captain).
So the big question still remains. Was the Manaplas cargo truck, Patton tank, Willys MD Jeep and field cannon molds produced by Moldrite (former division of the Processed Plastic Company)?