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The Argentinean company Gorgo was in business in the 1970s and 1980s. In the beginning, Gorgo manufactured a wide range of friction-powered tin models in various scales; smaller tin models in about 1/35th scale were released in the "Gorgo Juniors" series, whose logo was an obvious copy of the logo used by the British manufacturer Corgi for their "Juniors" range (another more recent Gorgo logo was inspired by the Bburago logo). Later models were made of hard plastic. The range consisted of trucks, buses, American cars (Ford Mustang, Chevrolet Camaro), European super sports cars (Mercedes-Benz C111, Lamborghini Countach, Lancia Stratos, Ferrari 512 BB) as well as some contemporary cars which were popular in Argentina, such as a Ford Taunus Coupé in many different liveries, a Renault Fuego and several Fiat models.

Model manufacturer: Gorgo

  Fiat 1800
Buenos Aires taxi; Italy 1959
Gorgo (Argentina), article no. F2100-55
tin, scale 1:18; acquired 2009
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