The history of Muky begins in the early 1970s. The De Conti brothers rented a warehouse in Gualeguay, Entre Ríos – a small town located on the shore of Uruguay River, five hours away from Buenos Aires – and started production of Hot Wheels sized diecast toy cars. The company name at that time was “Esdeco”, the brand name was “Muky Superveloz”.
In the catalogue, as well as on the bottom side of the boxes in the “Induguay” era, 30 Muky models were listed:
For instance, all truck models were based on the Hot Wheels Deora casting. On the left the Hot Wheels model, on the right the Muky model with a van body (Nr. 27, Furgón MUKY):
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