The Boxes


In the 1970s, the Muky models were packed in colourful cardboard boxes, illustrated with a drawing of the model. This is a box from these times with the "Superveloz" logo (Nr. 27, Furgon MUKY):

first Muky box


first Muky box

first Muky box
first Muky box



This is a later Muky cardboard box from the "Induguay" era (Nr. 12, Lincoln Continental):


first Muky box
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The bottom of this box shows the "Muky" instead of the "Superveloz" logo. There was also an intermediate version with the "Muky" writing and the white rhombus from the old logo:


first Muky box, later version


first Muky box, intermediate version



But the very first box looked like this: The first edition Muky models were packed in a dark blue box without any picture. first edition Muky box


Sometimes the models were packed in plastic display cases. This box type is rather rare:


Muky display case
Muky display case Muky display case
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In the 1980s, Muky used blue and white window boxes:


second Muky box


second Muky box These boxes were identical for all models of the range. The name of the model was just stamped on one side of the box.


On the back of each box a Datsun 280 ZX racing car sponsored by Muky was pictured:

second Muky box


A list of 30 Muky models was provided on the bottom of the box:


second Muky box



Finally, some Muky models were also sold in blister packs:


Muky blister pack  Muky blister pack
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