Argentinean brand of diecast models in 1/64 scale.
Muky Superveloz was a brand created the early 1970s by the De Conti brothers , who founded the Esdeco company, rented a warehouse in Gualeguay, Entre Ríos - a small town located on the shore of Uruguay River - and started production of Hot Wheels sized diecast toy cars.
Several of the Muky models are obvious copies of Hot Wheels molds from the late 60's/early 70's. The quality of the paintwork wasn't as good as on the original Hot Wheels models, and all Muky models have tinted windows in order to hide the missing interior detail. Bodies and baseplates of the early Muky models were both made of diecast metal, but some models were also available with plastic bodies and baseplates. The first edition models were painted with high-gloss colors, as well as having all black wheels and very few decals.
In the late 1970s, production was moved to Brazil due to the complicated economical situation Argentina was going through at that time.
A few years later, Mr. Dell Arciprete bought the Muky line. Production was moved back to Gualeguay. The new owner kept on the original designs but with slight changes: the baseplates were made of plastic and bore the new company name: Induguay. Several new models were added to the range until the end of the 1980s.
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